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Residents speak out against NYRI at PSC hearing

HAMILTON – More than 50 concerned residents of Madison and Chenango counties spoke out Monday night against New York Regional Interconnect, the proposed direct current electri... read more...


Thirty-eight dead dogs add to charges against Brooklyn man

OXFORD – Thirty-eight counts of cruelty to animals and one count of false impersonation have been added to the charges against the Oxford property owner arrested on Oct. 13 af... read more...


Norwich looks at falconer to solve crow problem

NORWICH – Last fall, crows flocked to Norwich, invading the trees, parks and streets of the city. This year, the city is taking a proactive approach to solve the problem, befo... read more...


Three Oxford teens arrested in cemetery desecration, library burglary

OXFORD – Three Oxford teenagers have been arrested for the desecration of a local cemetery. They’re also accused of breaking into the Oxford Memorial Library on the same nigh... read more...


Early morning fire claims Smyrna home

SMYRNA – Early this morning, volunteers were awakened to the sound of tones and radio chatter as firefighters from Smyrna, South Otselic and Plymouth were called to respond to... read more...


Community

Hospice Heroes: Kathy & Dan Elwood

Hospice & Palliative Care would like to introduce you to a few of the special people we had the privilege to serve in the past year. Our compassionate end-of-life care was tak... read more...


Putting the spotlight on domestic violence

NORWICH – October is the 21st commemoration of National Domestic Violence Awareness month and area agencies are stepping up their efforts to bring attention to crimes that of... read more...


Opinion

Foreign lands where the dollar still rules

The parking lots of the big discount stores have been getting more and more crowded since the economy went over Niagara Falls without a barrel. The people who used to shop at ... read more...


A grave offense

The shocking news of late has involved a group of drunken teenagers who desecrated St. Joseph’s Cemetery and then, unable to sate their stupidity, decided to break into the O... read more...


Entertainment

Christina Jensen to perform with Radio City Rockettes

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – Dancer Christina Jensen of South New Berlin will appear in the dance troupe of this holiday season’s Radio City Rockettes Christmas Spectacular show in Nash... read more...


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