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Gus Macker brings 1,700 players to Norwich

With gas prices climbing and the cost of living increasing every day, Gus Macker Tournament Director Tom Revoir said he was nervous about attendance at this year’s 3-on-3 bask... read more...


Norwich 'turning the corner' on test scores

NORWICH – Benchmarks and data collection are the key components when it comes to tracking students’ grades in the Norwich City School District. Superintendent Gerard O’Sulliv... read more...


Burglar enters guilty plea

NORWICH – A convicted felon pleaded guilty July 3 to attempted third degree burglary, a class E felony, and faces from one and a half years to three years in state prison. ... read more...


Oxford pool awaits inspection, could open in next few days

OXFORD – The Oxford municipal swimming pool, closed the last three weeks to finish unexpected repairs, could open in the next several days for the first time this summer, offi... read more...


Electric upgrades for the Village of Sherburne

SHERBURNE – In order to become more energy efficient and to manage power outages more effectively, the Village of Sherburne is looking at an electrical system upgrade that wou... read more...


Sports

Off the Map ... Week Two: Ridgelines and treelines

Ever notice how people, without trying to be sarcastic or duplicitous, can say one thing and mean the exact opposite? Consider, for example, the statement, “I’m sure you’ll be... read more...


What's in a name?

The only thing more resilient, fierce and workman-like than longtime Lakers’ center Vlade Divac was his facial hair. So what team name exemplifies the grit and determination... read more...


Opinion

The miracle of government healthcare

If you are eager to add more government to healthcare, please Google Shona Holmes. Read what she writes about the Canadian healthcare system. She claims that that bureaucrati... read more...


Entertainment

Smyrna Citizen’s Band celebrates 90 years

SMYRNA – After 90 years, a lot of things have changed in the Town of Smyrna. Many of the farms that lined the landscape are gone, and many of the buildings that once stood are... read more...


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