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Knapp reaches agreement with NHS, resigns

NORWICH – Norwich High School students, parents and staff need no longer speculate on whether or not Thomas Knapp will return to the building as principal. After five months, ... read more...


Jersey men charged in chase plead not guilty

NORWICH – Two men accused of leading police on a 120-mile-an-hour chase through red lights, stops signs and a police blockade appeared in court Monday to answer the charges fi... read more...


Red Cross raising money for National Disaster Relief Fund

CHENANGO COUNTY – The National Disaster Relief Fund is virtually empty, according to Red Cross Southern Tier Chapter Executive Director Cynthia Smith Gordineer, and with disas... read more...


Elderly man suffering from dementia arrested at nursing home still in jail

NEW BERLIN – An 85-year-old resident at a New Berlin nursing home was arrested after the facility’s staff contacted police over complaints that the man was exposing himself. ... read more...


How will Wall Street crisis affect gas drilling?

NORWICH – The primary player in Chenango County’s natural gas industry said Tuesday that the world’s financial crisis has created challenges that will affect its exploration a... read more...


Sports

Tornado tennis ends season on a high note

Norwich varsity tennis players Krissie Collier and Katie Orioli high-five each other after beating Maine-Endwell last week to finish 11-0 this season. Collier, the Tornado’s l... read more...


Late surge lifts Greene past Oxford

Boys’ Soccer Greene 4, Oxford 1 OXFORD – Greene turned a tight game into a comfortable win, all in the final 13 minutes of play. Tied with the Blackhawks at one-all, Eli ... read more...


Cyclones win two of three

CAMDEN The Norwich Cyclones “C” team raced to a 28-0 lead, and went on to beat Camden, 28-13, last weekend. Alex Weaver scored two touchdowns in the first half – a two-yard p... read more...


Community

Autumn respite

Two geese enjoy a moment in the autumn sun on this pond off West Hill, Norwich, Tuesday afternoon.... read more...


Measuring right from wrong

NORWICH – America thrives on the dream of social mobility, that anyone who works hard enough can pull themselves up from poverty through determination and chance. One’s luck w... read more...


Opinion

Shayne on You: A house divided can stand

Dear Maggie, I’m having problems in my marriage, and I just can’t see a solution to it. You see, I’m a very fervent supporter of Barack Obama for president, while my husband ... read more...


Being a good sport

Imagine how you would feel if every time you sat down at your desk to start working, some jerk standing ten feet away started screaming “type faster,” or “no, no i before e, c... read more...


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