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New Berlin's Youth Days kicks off tonight

NEW BERLIN – The streets of New Berlin will be filled with jubilee this weekend as the community honors a half-century of tradition, celebrating its 47th annual Youth Days. ... read more...


Will Norwich be done in time?

NORWICH – According to the superintendent, Norwich City School’s $37 million dollar construction project is approximately $2 million under budget. But will it be done in time ... read more...


City looks at effect state budget cuts could have locally

NORWICH – City of Norwich Mayor Joseph Maiurano sent a letter to state officials Tuesday stating his opposition to cuts in the state budget that could adversely affect local m... read more...


O’Sullivan confirms Knapp still employed, Cleveland remains interim principal

NORWICH – Have you been wondering if the Norwich City School District is paying two people for the same position? It looks like the answer is yes. Superintendent Gerard O’Sul... read more...


Sports

Of Bigfoot and big cats – is the truth out there?

I was fishing in the North Country when all the Georgia Bigfoot hoopla was occurring, but when I heard about it, I couldn't help but crack a wry smile (it proved to be a hoax ... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Bug hunters

Ben hummed a Christian jingle to himself which occasionally bubbled out into a few lines of murmured lyrics. He cheerfully searched the small office for any sign of our prey. ... read more...


Chasing Barnum

OXFORD – It was not the fossilized remains of giant lizards that drew a paleontologist from the American Museum of Natural History to Oxford earlier this month, but a mission... read more...


Back to school: Unadilla Valley

NEW BERLIN – More instructional and teacher planning time has been added to the school day at Unadilla Valley Central School, but administrators expect students will hardly no... read more...


“From Rosie the Riveter to Harriet the Happy Homemaker” comes to CCHS

NORWICH – Rob Edelman, Lecturer in Film History at SUNY Albany will be bringing his multi-media presentation “From Rosie the Riveter to Harriet the Happy Homemaker: Women on S... read more...


Opinion

My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean

Samuel Reuben looked like a father, not like someone you would have an Oedipus complex about. He never seemed to have had a full head of hair, but early photographs indicate ... read more...


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