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Wlasiuk gets life in prison; judge says he should never go free

NORWICH – Six and a half years and two jury trials after his wife’s death, Peter M. Wlasiuk was sentenced to 25 years to life Monday, with the judge recommending he never be ... read more...


No arrest, but police say they are making progress in murder probe

NORWICH – The New York State Police are continuing their investigation into the death of a 61-year-old Town of Norwich man last week. New York State Police Captain Mark A. Le... read more...


E Sell-it opens downtown location

NORWICH – The owners of E-Sell-it have been operating in the Norwich area for over two years, but after holding a grand opening at their new Broad Street location Monday, they... read more...


Coventry approves 2009 town and fire budgets; tax rate to decrease

COVENTRY – Coventry’s town and fire budgets were approved last week at a meeting of the town board. Despite small percentage increases to the town’s general and highway budget... read more...


Smithville moves to protect town roads

SMITHVILLE – A proposed ordinance intended to protect the Town of Smithville’s roadways from damage caused by heavy natural gas drilling rigs and water tanker trucks has raise... read more...


Sports

Valley Heights bestows soccer awards

Valley Heights Christian Academy recently presented its 2008 fall soccer awards. In the front row from the left are Amanda Evans, Most Improved player; Becky Lawton M.V.P., Mo... read more...


Community

Guilford Historical Society’s announces latest publication

GUILFORD – It was announced at our annual dinner that we now have a new book written and published by author and member Helen Donahe. The book “One Room School” was donated to... read more...


Area CNAs recognized

NORWICH – Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) from Broome, Chenango, Cortland and Tioga Counties were recognized by the Long Term Care Administrators of the Southern Tier duri... read more...


Opinion

The children of Depression 2.0

My Dad never lost an opportunity to tell us how hard he had it during the Depression. While he never actually said, “I had to walk 20 miles to school. Barefoot. Up hill each w... read more...


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