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Oxford residents circulate petition to save Middle School

OXFORD – The idea that the Oxford School District is even considering turning the historic Middle School building into a bus garage has some area residents up in arms. In an ... read more...


Eaton Ave. house torn down

A house on Eaton Ave. was demolished this morning. The property, which was recently purchased by NBT Bank, was torn down by Burrell’s Excavation. The interior of the house con... read more...


Two plead guilty in cemetery vandalism

OXFORD – Two of the three Oxford teens charged with cemetery desecration and burglary pleaded guilty in Village of Oxford Court Monday. The youngest of the three youths, ages... read more...


Teacher contract negotiations slowed in anticipation of state cuts

NORWICH – Negotiations between the Norwich City School District and the Norwich Educators Association are on hold until later this month, when the administration and teachers ... read more...


City awards money for emergency home repair

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Common Council approved a resolution to reward funds to a Mitchell Street residence for an emergency chimney repair last week. The money came fro... read more...


Fate of 77 dogs remains in limbo

OXFORD – At 4:21 p.m. Wednesday, the Chenango County SPCA become the official owner of 76 Pomeranians and one pit bull, but only temporarily. Pursuant to a decision handed do... read more...


Sports

Avoid being a 'last-minute deer hunter'

With the opening of the regular hunting season for deer just a couple weeks away (the season opens Nov.15), the days prior to that are probably more critical to hunters' odds ... read more...


Sign-ups announced for Norwich wrestling program

NORWICH – The Norwich Junior Wrestling program announces sign-ups for the 2008-2009 season on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at the Norwich High School wrestling room. Kids with one to two... read more...


Community

YMCA celebrates Y-Arts Week

NORWICH – Children in the YMCA After School Program will have the chance to experience something a little different this week, as the Y dives into the national YMCA Arts Week.... read more...


DCMO BOCES names new district superintendent

NORTH NORWICH – A special meeting of the DCMO BOCES Board of Education was held in mid-October to appoint William P. Tammaro as the district’s new superintendent, effective J... read more...


Opinion

Michael is experimenting with his photography

My father had a favorite phrase from the Bible: THE STONE THAT WAS REJECTED BECAME THE CHIEF CORNERSTONE. In our family, my Dad was the chief cornerstone. February 11, 19... read more...


Voting is its own reward

Barack Obama will be the next president of the United States. While I will openly admit I didn’t vote for the Democratic candidate, I still have high hopes for his presidency.... read more...


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