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Chenango loses out on highway project funding

OXFORD – Replacing the Main Street Bridge in the Village of Oxford won’t be happening any time soon, and local taxpayers could be forced to pick up the estimated $3.2 million ... read more...


CUW receives nearly $700,000 in funding requests

CHENANGO COUNTY – This year’s Chenango United Way campaign is in full swing, and with all of the requests for money in, organizers are hoping they will come close to funding t... read more...


Trailer park resident arrested for burglary

NORWICH – A Norwich man, who is currently facing burglary charges in Chenango County court for allegedly stealing woman’s lingerie in May, was again arrested by police Tuesday... read more...


Troopers: Be on the lookout for sweepstakes scam

NORWICH – New York State Police are warning of a developing mail scam that has already victimized a number of local residents. Sgt. Elizabeth R. Wonka reported Tuesday that a... read more...


OV holds meeting on building project

SOUTH OTSELIC – The Otselic Valley Board of Education will hold a public information meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 6 at the elementary school in Georgetown. The meeting ... read more...


Sports

Living off the land is still a partial option

We've all heard the term "living off the land," and for many it translates to people who are more self-reliant and depend less on store-bought foods or foods otherwise provide... read more...


S-E, Oxford, UV-E gridders wrap up season tonight

Football Sherburne-Earlville, Oxford, and Unadilla Valley-Edmeston each take the field for non-league Thursday games to wrap up their 2008 seasons. The following are previe... read more...


Norwich game changed to Friday

NORWICH – Norwich’s varsity home football game against Susquehanna Valley, originally slated for a Saturday, Nov. 1 start, has moved to a Friday, Oct. 31 start. Game time is 7... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Work is hard play

It’s not often that I come across a job that’s more fun than mine, but after spending an evening working at Nowich’s new kid-based fun center, Kids Kingdom, I think I’ve found... read more...


Holy Family School receives grant to teach humanities

NORWICH – Holy Family School of Norwich has been selected as one of 1,500 pilot schools in the country to receive a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to teach histor... read more...


Pharma bus delivers health care savings

NORWICH – A big orange bus drove into Norwich last week, but instead of delivering people to their destinations, this bus is intended to deliver health care savings to those w... read more...


Opinion

Never mind this stationery

The thick, black, inky strokes of a man who used a fountain pen long after the inventors of ballpoints assumed it had become extinct. Samuel Reuben. My father. Monday, Nov... read more...


The myth of free money

At a meeting I attended earlier this week, I heard someone talk about state funding available as “money on the table to be had.” In this instance, they were talking about EXC... read more...


Entertainment

Norwich High School choral group takes part in Hartwick Choral Festival

NORWICH – Members of Norwich High School’s Madrigal Singers had the honor of participating in the Hartwick Choral Festival at Hartwick College in Oneonta this past weekend. A... read more...


Teachers, members recital Monday

NORWICH – The Monday Evening Musical Club of Norwich presents its annual Teachers and MEMC Club Members recital at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3 at the United Church of Christ, 11 ... read more...


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