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Chenango's party faithful get out the vote

NORWICH – Up until the final moments of today’s election, the Democratic and Republican parties will be contacting their local faithful to ensure they get every vote they can.... read more...


Gas yield from Marcellus shale goes up

By Mary Esch Associated Press Writer ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A geologist says the Marcellus shale region of the Appalachians could yield seven times as much natural gas as he ea... read more...


Elderly man passes away less than two weeks after his release from jail

MORRIS – An elderly nursing home resident who was recently released from the County Jail following his arrest for public lewdness passed away this weekend. Leonard C. Bentley... read more...


Norwich BID applies for third round of Main Street Grant funding

NORWICH – After receiving more than $400,000 in the first two rounds of funding, the Norwich Business Improvement District will be applying for a third in the Main Street Gra... read more...


First Transit plans fleet upgrade

NORWICH – First Transit, Inc. in Norwich will replace its entire fleet of 23 buses next year and plans to add a park & ride system to and from Sherburne and Greene along the s... read more...


City temporarily waives heating system permit fees

NORWICH – The winter heating season is upon us, and the City of Norwich is hoping to encourage residents who will be installing new heating systems this year to get a permit. ... read more...


Sports

State-playoff bound

Greene’s varsity field hockey team poses with the Section IV championship trophy after defeating Whitney Point last Saturday at Cortland State, 4-1, in the Class A final. The ... read more...


Milford Academy avenges losses to Erie

NEW BERLIN – Erie Community College spoiled Milford Academy’s homecoming weekend two years ago and used a blocked kick to pull out a close win in 2007. The Falcons rectified t... read more...


Community

Afton kids complete book challenge

Mr. Karl Ludwig’s second grade class in Afton has completed Scholastic’s Classrooms Care 100 book challenge. Because of their efforts, 100 books will now be donated to Apache ... read more...


Opinion

No one but ourselves in the ballot box

Get out and vote, Chenango. I have nothing but respect for John McCain; he’s a veteran who’s sacrificed a great deal to protect my right to criticize him. He’s a seasoned pol... read more...


No one but ourselves in the ballot box

Get out and vote, Chenango. I have nothing but respect for John McCain; he’s a veteran who’s sacrificed a great deal to protect my right to criticize him. He’s a seasoned pol... read more...


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