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OFC offers money to assist flood victims when buying a home

CHENANGO COUNTY – Although the flooding of 2006 is two years behind us, people are still struggling to recover from the burden of losing their homes and being forced to find a... read more...


Locals scramble to bone up on gas leasing issues

NORWICH – Natural gas exploration activity in Chenango County has prompted economic developers and planners to hit the books, so to speak, for any and all information they can... read more...


Sports

A plethora of activities available at Lake Placid

What images and memories do Lake Placid bring to you? The 1980 Winter Olympics and the “Miracle on Ice?” Or perhaps ESPN's initial Great Outdoor Games? Maybe it's the fabulou... read more...


Community

Chenango Public Health offers free vaccines for children

By Katherine Waters Sun Staff Intern NORWICH – While for some school is ending, Chenango County Public Health, in conjunction with Norwich Rotary and P&C, would like to remi... read more...


Punching the Clock: To a Tee

There’s no way I could ever own a business that involved making personalized T-shirts. The temptation to build an entire wardrobe around my long list of rejected bumper sticke... read more...


Safe Summer Fun Day Friday

By Katherine Waters Sun Staff Intern NORWICH – The school year is coming to a close and that means summer is here. Now that children will be having more free time, it is imp... read more...


Opinion

A heroine for our times

She has the high cheekbones and long, lean body of a fashion model. She has the eyes of a seeker of truths. She has the background of an Islamic terrorist. Her name is Ayaan ... read more...


Can’t you read the sign?

Sometimes stupidity works. Take the exit sign on the old Mitchell Street Car Wash in Norwich; it was one of the most effective signs in the history of signage and it wasn’t ev... read more...


Entertainment

Arts Council opens equine art show Friday

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts will be presenting the work of Smyrna artists Kim Cook and Jeanne Joslyn in a show dedicated to equine art. The show will ope... read more...


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