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Southtown Quickway robbed at gunpoint

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – The New York State Police at Norwich responded to a reported armed robbery to the Quickway convenience store on State Route 8 in South New Berlin Wednesday.... read more...


Oxford accident leaves three Binghamton women injured

OXFORD – Three women were injured Wednesday morning when their sports utility vehicle ricocheted off the side of an oncoming snowplow. The two vehicles struck each other over... read more...


Paterson: Perilous present, hopeful future

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York Gov. David Paterson’s first State of the State was a pep talk for lawmakers and voters to persevere through tough fiscal times he insisted were on... read more...


Governor’s CHIPs cuts would slash $1.47 million from Chenango’s roads

NORWICH – Fewer miles of county and municipal roads will be maintained this year if Gov. David Paterson’s proposed highway cuts make it through the upcoming legislative budget... read more...


Electrical fire forces mother, children to flee home

SMYRNA – A Smyrna family was left homeless Wednesday night after an electrical fire burned through their residence, completely destroying their single-wide mobile home and all... read more...


Sports

‘Man’s best friend’ – a tribute

Will Rogers said, "If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." Anyone who’s had a beloved pet understands that statement … of the joy and va... read more...


Community

Holy Family science reaches beyond the classroom

NORWICH – The science curriculum at Holy Family School is a lot more than just book work and tests. It’s about application and experience. Recently, students in grades five ... read more...


Punching the Clock: Meter reading 101

I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into when I signed on to accompany the guys from Greene’s Village Electric Department as they did their monthly meter reading. Especial... read more...


Carnation sale benefits Habitat for Humanity

OXFORD – Michelle Davis is the new Red Carnation Chairperson, assisted by Sandra Colton, for Chenango County Habitat for Humanity, and they are gearing up for the 15th annual ... read more...


Opinion

Letter from The War Department

My father, Samuel Reuben, was part of the War Effort during World War II. His Blinker Training Machine helped to save lives and keep our nation free. I have a war time le... read more...


So tell me what you really think

I’ve decided to start my own little business venture in the new year. I’m still in the concept phase, mind you. But I hope you’ll let me know what you think. You see, my idea... read more...


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