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What's in store for Rt. 12?

GREENE – Rising costs and inflation are making it difficult now to complete major highway projects that were promised five years ago, state transportation officials say, when ... read more...


BOCES makes progress on $48M project

NORWICH – With less than 30 working days remaining to complete construction at the Delaware, Chenango, Madison, Otsego BOCES campus in Norwich, administrators say it is crunch... read more...


Sheriff’s Department earns accreditation of civil office

CHENANGO COUNTY – A representative from the New York State Sheriffs’ Association attended the July meeting of the Chenango County Board of Supervisors to present Sheriff Thoma... read more...


Cortland County man sentenced on DWI charge

NORWICH – Donald Mackenzie of Willet, Cortland County, was given a split sentence of five years probation and six months incarceration for a driving while intoxicated (DWI) ch... read more...


Oxford pool to open Wednesday

OXFORD – The Oxford Municipal swimming pool will open for public use at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, officials confirmed this morning. Normally open by the last week in June, the poo... read more...


Sports

Gus Macker Tournament Results

NORWICH – The following are top three finishers by court at the 13th Annual Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament held in Norwich last Saturday and Sunday. In the top men’s ... read more...


Community

Chenango gets behind anti-smoking effort

By Katherine Waters Sun Staff Intern The “One million fewer smokers by 2010” program, administered through New York Tobacco Use Prevention and Control, may be a plausible go... read more...


New surgeon at CMH

NORWICH – Dr. Chunjie Yang, MD, has joined the General Surgery practice at Chenango Memorial Hospital. Dr. Yang, an experienced, highly skilled surgeon, recently moved to Che... read more...


Opinion

Cash-strapped drivers grease their palms

Because of the high price of oil, there have been a string of unusual robberies across the country. Manhole covers are disappearing from city streets because the high price of... read more...


Entertainment

Sherburne theater marks 40th anniversary with two summer shows

SHERBURNE – Sherburne Music-Theater Society (SMTS) has big summer plans. To help celebrate their 40th anniversary they have two shows in rehearsal right now. The first is the ... read more...


First Class to perform at Sherburne Rotary’s Music in the Park

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Rotary’s Music in the Park season is underway for their 19th year of free concerts. This Wednesday, the band First Class will perform from 6 to 8:30... read more...


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