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Wlasiuk case in the hands of the jury today

NORWICH – The fate of Peter M. Wlasiuk will be placed in the hands of a jury this afternoon. The defense rested its case Wednesday and closing arguments began at 8:30 a.m. t... read more...


Sherburne receives $100,000 for business park

SHERBURNE – The Village of Sherburne’s plans to construct a new business park took a big step forward Wednesday when Senator James L. Seward, R-Oneonta, announced $100,000 in ... read more...


New businesses bloom in Chenango County

Chenango County residents are taking the plunge and opening new businesses every day. No one knows this better than Deputy County Clerk Dale Leach and the rest of the staff at... read more...


Wlasiuk jury goes home for the night

NORWICH – There will be no verdict in the Peter Wlasiuk murder trial today. Judge Martin Smith released the jury home to their families around 5:30 p.m., after nearly four ... read more...


Sports

Deer or bear, both are now legal game this fall

I was in my office when the press release came in from the NYSDEC, announcing new areas for bear hunting were being opened this fall. I nearly fell out of my chair when I saw ... read more...


Greene picks up fourth straight win

Girls’ Soccer Greene 3, Walton 1 WALTON – Greene won its fourth straight game and remained a half game behind division leader Sidney in MAC soccer play. Megan McDermott c... read more...


Valley Heights girls win by shutout

NORWICH - Tuesday, Valley Heights Christian Academy Crusaders hosted Messiah Academy at Welier Park. In girls' game, the Crusaders shut out Messiah 4-0 and the boys won a sc... read more...


Cyclones’ ‘B’ team returns to action with victory

UTICA – Coming off a bye week, the Norwich Cyclones’ “B” team upended North Utica on Sunday, 13-6. Frank Garcia scored with 1:30 left on the clock before halftime on a 19-yar... read more...


Opinion

Sell the tuxedos?

The spirit of Uncle Jack, my father’s brother, was manifested by both a steel safe and a gigantic roll of string. Uncle Jack and Aunt Libby recently moved from Highland Park, ... read more...


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