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New Berlin's mayoral race decided by two votes

NEW BERLIN – The election for Village of New Berlin mayor came down to just two votes in a closely-contested race in which the incumbent decided against retiring in the wake o... read more...


Other Chenango County races ...

Beaudoin, MacKenzie re-elected in Smyrna SMYRNA – In an uncontested election Wednesday, Village of Smyrna Mayor Joseph Beaudoin and Trustee Bruce MacKenzie were re-elected to... read more...


EITC committee holds final Super Saturday event

CHENANGO COUNTY – If you’re one of the many people who is waiting until the last minute to file your income tax return, you may be in luck. This Saturday, the Earned Income Ta... read more...


Board butts head over visitation policy

NORWICH – A new administrative guideline which would require Norwich’s school board members to have the superintendent’s permission before visiting classrooms still has board ... read more...


Sports

License fees increase, proposed laws dominate right now

The stretch of beautiful spring-like weather we’ve enjoyed recently gives new meaning to the term “spring fever,” especially after what has been a rather long winter season, o... read more...


Dolphins off to swim meet

The 2008-2009 Norwich Dolphins Swim Team heads to Buffalo this weekend to compete in the New York State YMCA swimming championships.... read more...


2008-2009 MAC Basketball All-Stars

The Midstate Athletic Conference announces its 2008-2009 basketball all-star selections: Boys Division I First Team: Mike Guerriere, Sidney; Luke Burns, Delhi; Kyle Ra... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Maple Madness

While March means basketball for many people, for Evelyn Baker it has another meaning entirely. “It’s maple madness,” she told me shortly after I arrived at Baker’s Maple, th... read more...


Opinion

What a piece of work is man!

My father and I are the only members of our family unencumbered by a college education. Clearly, the lack of a diploma did Samuel Reuben no harm. November 29, 1970 Dear ... read more...


The (somewhat dismal) state of the state

For the last several months, I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the true extent of the economic crisis we face at both the state and national level. (Without much success... read more...


Entertainment

NHS rehearses for 'Oliver'

NORWICH – This year the Norwich High School music department will be presenting Lionel Bart's musical classic “Oliver!”  This all-time favorite will be presented on the NHS st... read more...


Sherburne theater students earn state recognition

SHERBURNE – On Sunday, March 15, the S-E Drama Club took part in the Michael Harms Theater Festival at the Civic Center in Syracuse.   They performed two one-act plays from t... read more...


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