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Non-profit group Stride returns to Norwich

NORWICH – After a nearly two-year hiatus, the non-profit group Stride has returned to Norwich, with a new board of directors. The organization, which offers therapeutic horseb... read more...


Court ruling puts seized Pomeranians in SPCA's hands

NORWICH – New York State Supreme Court Justice Kevin M. Dowd lifted the temporary stay on a ruling in the Town of Oxford Court which ordered the forfeiture of 77 dogs previous... read more...


Bricks & Mortar Report

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Bricks & Mortar Report provides updates on major construction projects in Chenango County. Chenango County Fire Department Tower Project: • Microwave e... read more...


Police still looking for Norwich murderer

NORWICH – New York State Police are scaling back local operations in their homicide investigation of a Norwich resident who was shot and killed in his home over two weeks ago.... read more...


Sports

Turkey Trot winners

NORWICH – The husband and wife combination of Matt LoPiccolo (left) and Amanda Laytham LoPiccolo, of Oneonta, captured the top men’s and women’s spots at the 27th Annual Norwi... read more...


Community

Seventh grader assumes Greene’s highest office

GREENE – The Village of Greene had a new mayor last week. At least for one day. Thirteen-year-old Kelly Mulderig, a seventh grader from Greene Middle School, assumed the role ... read more...


Opinion

Cowardice

The cowardice of politicians in Congress. And, a glorious opportunity for our new president to show us what he is made of. Suppose you spend $10,000 more than you earn. Every... read more...


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