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EITC Committee to offer free tax prep

CHENANGO COUNTY – The Chenango County Earned Income Tax Credit Partnership Committee will kick off the 2008 tax season with a Super Saturday event on Jan. 31. The EITC progra... read more...


Oxford residents speak out about middle school's future

OXFORD – One thing is clear after a second public forum held by the Oxford Academy School District: The superintendent and board of education will have a hard time finding sup... read more...


South New Berlin convenient store robbed at gunpoint

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – New York State Police troopers are looking for a masked gunman who entered the South New Berlin Quickway and demanded money from the cashier Wednesday night... read more...


Officials say Paterson's proposed cuts put youth at risk

NORWICH – Gov. David Paterson’s plans to close or downsize juvenile detention centers in New York as well as the community options programs that aim to keep youths out of them... read more...


Village votes to keep noise ordinance as is

OXFORD – A section of the Village of Oxford’s noise ordinance sparked controversy last month after a local business owner was cited by a resident of the downtown commercial di... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Borst a key component to Trojans’ success

Greene senior Barb Borst will do whatever it takes to help her team win. What she is doing best this year; however, her fourth on the Trojans’ varsity basketball team, is put ... read more...


Bobcats win in overtime

Girls’ Basketball B-G 41, Unatego 39 (OT) OTEGO – Bainbridge-Guilford was unable to hold a nine-point lead entering the fourth quarter, but limited the Spartans to a singl... read more...


Community

Pipeline easements discussed at landowner meeting Saturday

NEW BERLIN – Landowners wanting to learn more about pipeline easements may do so at a meeting of the Central New York Landowners Coalition tomorrow. The coalition will spons... read more...


Opinion

Score one for the first lady

Vast areas of the Pacific Ocean will be protected as national monuments, thanks to an 11th-hour proclamation by President Bush. Score one more for Laura Bush. Perhaps because ... read more...


Entertainment

Rogers hosts Winter Living Celebration Saturday

SHERBURNE – Thoughts of being outside in winter may make you want to stay inside, but it can be one of the most exciting times to enjoy nature. Snow creates a blank page upon ... read more...


Quintet Bua brings Irish music to 6 On The Square

OXFORD – Saturday, at 7:30 p.m., the talented Irish quintet Bua rings in the New Year at 6 On The Square (6OTS). Meaning ‘innate gift’ in Gaelic, Bua (pronounced: boo-ah), ha... read more...


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