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NYRI files with Public Service Commission

ALBANY – The county’s top planning official is concerned that a filing made last week by New York Regional Interconnect (NYRI) could complete the proposed power line’s applica... read more...


Empire Natural Gas hosts Business After Hours

GREENE – Members of the Greater Greene Chamber of Commerce had a unique opportunity recently to learn more about what may be Chenango County’s best-kept business secret. The ... read more...


United Way announces prize giveaways as part of 2008 campaign

CHENANGO COUNTY – The Chenango United Way campaign will officially kick off on Sept. 27, and this year there will be even more incentive to donate to with the introduction of ... read more...


Man fleeing scene of hit-and-run involved in a second accident

GREENE – A man involved in a hit-and-run with two parked cars fled the scene only to be involved in a separate accident a few miles away from the first. Village of Greene Po... read more...


Sports

Golf, family imbue golf hall of fame induction speeches

Somewhere, some time ago, a phrase, “nowhere else but Norwich” was coined. It’s a wide-ranging, inclusive statement that could apply to just about any small town, and it was ... read more...


Smith, Diamond win titles

OXFORD – Bryan Smith and Dick Diamond captured club titles at Blue Stone Golf Club’s recent scratch and handicap club championships. Smith, down by two shots to Jason Golden ... read more...


Community

New Berlin's Class of 1953 reunites

The Class of 1953 of New Berlin Central School, met at The Old Mill on Friday night for their 55th class reunion. On Saturday they gathered at the Riverbend Golf Course for br... read more...


Bassett begins pet therapy program

COOPERSTOWN – Four new names are about to become well known around Bassett Hospital. Zoya and Penny, both golden retrievers, Jax (full name Crackerjax), an Australian shepherd... read more...


Building project a possibility for OV this year

SOUTH OTSELIC – New classes, new teachers and the possibility of a new building are all part of the plan for Otselic Valley’s upcoming school year. With only weeks left until... read more...


Opinion

I’m gray and I’m proud

My hair is so gray it makes thunder clouds look bright and cheery. Being gray doesn’t bother me. After all, at least I still have a full head of hair. I don’t have to do comb-... read more...


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