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Eleven jurors seated in first day of Wlasiuk retrial

NORWICH – Of the 16 jurors needed for Peter M. Wlasiuk’s murder retrial, 11 were seated during the first day of jury selection Tuesday. Jury selection continued this morning ... read more...


Jury chosen for Wlasiuk trial

A jury of eight men and four women has been selected and sworn in Wednesday in the murder trial of Peter M. Wlasiuk. Four others were chosen as alternates. Testimony is set ... read more...


Is Chenango too fat? Linking obesity and depression

Like the chicken and the egg scenario, it’s difficult to know what comes first: obesity or depression. But experts know that depression is caused by chronic stress and stress ... read more...


Deadline looms for flood monies

NORWICH – County lawmakers find themselves pressed for time to delve out $750,000 in state funds intended to help flood victims sell their properties at pre-flood prices. The... read more...


Schuchman granted tenure at Norwich Middle School

NORWICH – Middle School Principal Lisa Schuchman officially became a tenured administrator at 9:28 p.m. Tuesday night. The Norwich City School Board of Education returned aft... read more...


Reading a priority at S-E this year

SHERBURNE – Students in Sherburne-Earlville will head back to school today and an array of changes will wait for them when they walk through the doors. In the elementary bui... read more...


Sports

UV, Unatego play to deadlock; Greene rebounds against Walton

Girls’ Soccer Unadilla Valley 3, Unatego 0 NEW BERLIN – Unatego overcame an early two-goal deficit forcing the Storm to net a tying goal late in the game to force a deadlo... read more...


Community

Norwich names teacher, employee of the year

Norwich City Schools honored its Teacher of the Year and Employee of the Year at a pre-school ceremony this morning. Pictured are Stanford Gibson Principal Dara Lewis, Teacher... read more...


New signage for village

Motorists will now be greeted by a new sign as they enter the Village of Oxford. The entry sign, handcrafted by A Wild Sign Company of Owego, was installed this morning by the... read more...


New technology on the menu at Greene Primary School

GREENE – Primary school students in Greene won’t need to remember their four-digit lunch code this year thanks to new technology installed over the summer. They’ll be able to ... read more...


Opinion

Shayne on You: Weight watcher needs support

Dear Maggie, From following your blogs and your website, I know you’re quite knowledgeable about fitness, so I thought of you when I realized I needed some advice on this top... read more...


Obesity’s consequences

When we decided to write a series of articles on obesity in Chenango County, I expected to find statistics showing that the rate or obese and overweight people in the county w... read more...


Entertainment

Colorscape welcomes nationally-known poet

NORWICH – Open up that notebook of your old and new poems, stand in front of the mirror and recite your words with passion and conviction, and get yourself ready for the 7th A... read more...


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