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Witness: Wlasiuk told me how he'd commit murder

NORWICH – A woman who claims she heard Peter M. Wlasiuk bragging about how to murder someone by drowning them in Guilford Lake a year prior to the death of his wife, Patricia,... read more...


Additional bids awarded for Guilford Highway Garage and Town Hall

GUILFORD – Two weeks into construction of Guilford’s new highway garage and town hall, decisions related to the project are still being made by the building committee. Prior ... read more...


Sidney woman hit by truck

NORWICH – A Sidney woman was struck by a pick-up truck on Friday afternoon in the City of Norwich. Susan Ditty, 61, Sidney, was crossing the street in front of Frontier Comm... read more...


Supervisor remains steadfast in NYRI opposition

NORWICH – Government leaders have received correspondence from promoters of New York Regional Interconnect (NYRI) that tout the project's monetary incentives to municipalities... read more...


Police arrest two for arson in Sherburne

SHERBURNE – The New York State Police in Norwich have arrested two Sherburne men with arson for allegedly starting a fire in the village of Sherburne early Saturday. Brett J.... read more...


Sports

Another fantastic finish for Tornado

By Gifford Wolcott Contributing Writer WAVERLY – The Purple Tornado of Norwich blew into town, a pre-game power outage dimmed the lights and delayed the game, then the Purpl... read more...


B-G’s Ross breaks loose against Oxford; S-E wins first

B-G 36, Oxford 15 OXFORD – Outside of three running plays, Oxford coach Mike Chrystie felt his team played “okay.” Those three plays, however, all went for long touchdown ru... read more...


Balanced scoring gives Greene shutout of B-G

Boys’ Soccer Greene 5, B-G 0 GREENE – Greene distributed the ball and the scoring evenly amongst its team raising its record to 5-0 on the season with a shutout of B-G Sat... read more...


B-G makes most of opportunities to win UV title

Girls’ Soccer NY Pizzeria Tournament B-G 2, Unadilla Valley 1 Norwich 3, G-MU 2 NEW BERLIN – Bainbridge-Guilford’s New York Pizzeria Tournament title was all about makin... read more...


Greene coasts after fast start

GREENE – Tioga will surely enjoy the second half of the game film from Greene Friday night. The first half, well, that was the equivalent of a horror show. The Trojans ran an... read more...


Community

St. Malachy's marks 150 years

St. Malachy’s Catholic Church in Sherburne is celebrating 150 years as a welcoming spiritual home serving Catholics from Sherburne, Smyrna, Earlville, Columbus, North Norwich ... read more...


Opinion

One of America’s oldest traditions

The governors of our various states must love history.  They just engaged in one of America’s oldest traditions.  They took bribes.  Or they extorted money from people and bus... read more...


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