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Elderly man falls 30 feet; airlifted to Syracuse Medical

NORWICH – Emergency crews rushed to the scene of an accident Wednesday after a 70-year-old man fell 30 feet while setting up a tree stand. The 70-year-old hunter and his wif... read more...


Preston supervisor speaks at Albany gas drilling hearing

ALBANY – Preston Supervisor Peter C. Flanagan was given only a brief opportunity to speak late in the day during an Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee hearing in Al... read more...


Two car accident slows traffic and stretches emergency crews

NORWICH – A violent collision in the Town of Norwich Wednesday afternoon took place amidst several other emergency calls that stretched out responder’s resources and slowed tr... read more...


Elderly woman crashes car into city home

NORWICH – The Norwich Police and Fire Departments responded to Birdsall Street in the City of Norwich Wednesday after an elderly woman crashed her car into the side of a house... read more...


Sports

How will the ‘great gas rush’ change our area?

A few weeks ago the subject of this column was about the growing deer density-related problems in many areas of the state, particularly the Southern Zone. As noted in that col... read more...


Norwich clinches .500 season

Girls’ Swimming Norwich 103, Windsor 77 NORWICH – Norwich clinched at least a .500 season on senior recognition night Wednesday. Seniors Savanna Keator, Ellie Sacks, Broo... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Tied up in knots

Next time you succumb to temptation and purchase a box of decadent Godiva chocolates, take heart; your indulgence is supporting a local business. The elegant ribbons that ador... read more...


Local author unveils new children's book

OXFORD – Just in time for Halloween, Chenango native son Dustin Warburton is returning to his former stomping grounds with another new book to unveil – but instead of a bone-c... read more...


Retired justice honored with portrait dedication at courthouse

NORWICH – The walls of the Historic Chenango County Courthouse welcomed the company of the latest addition: a portrait of retired Supreme Court Justice Irad S. Ingraham. The... read more...


Opinion

The Art Institute

When I was growing up, the Art Institute of Chicago had a real, honest-to-goodness treasure chest behind the central staircase on the main floor. This was not just a plain box... read more...


The Colonia Theater

When I first saw the sign on the Colonia Theater’s marquee, announcing that the theater would be closed until Oct. 17, I didn’t think anything of it really. After all, they ar... read more...


Entertainment

Arts Council to exhibit Jason Papke Retrospective

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces a gallery exhibit entitled The Life Works of Jason Papke. Jason, a Norwich High School graduate, majored ... read more...


‘Hillbilly Picasso’ performs in New Berlin

NEW BERLIN – For the first time in New Berlin the New Berlin Art Forum presents The Hillbilly Picaso Country Band on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Unadilla Valley Central School C... read more...


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