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Binghamton officials defend response to massacre

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) — Even if police officers had immediately entered the immigrant center where a gunman had just shot down 13 people, the victims’ injuries were so severe ... read more...


NYRI pulls the plug on powerline project

ALBANY – After three years of trying to gain approval for their $2.1 billion electric transmission line project, New York Regional Interconnect is calling it quits. Citing in... read more...


Long Camp Pharsalia fight appears lost

ALBANY – Losing minimum security prisons like Camp Pharsalia while at the same time releasing drug dealers into our communities is the beginning of “a disturbing trend,” said ... read more...


Two Bainbridge teens charged with multiple felonies over break-ins

BAINBRIDGE – Two teens have been charged with multiple felonies and misdemeanor charges after they allegedly broke into a number of vehicles and garages in the Town of Bainbri... read more...


Longtime Norwich auto dealer remembered

NORWICH – Norwich businessman Douglas S. Christman, 76, who passed away Thursday, is remembered this morning as a friend, a mentor and a quiet leader. He was a well-known are... read more...


Man charged with felony after domestic dispute leaves more than $1,500 in damages

NORWICH – The Norwich Police Department arrested a Norwich man after he went on a rampage during a domestic dispute, smashing over $1,500 worth of property and allegedly holdi... read more...


NBT exec says $34 million from stock offering will strengthen bank

NORWICH – While other financial institutions across the country were lining up for federal handouts at the end of last year, NBT Bancorp kept their hands in their pockets. Now... read more...


Community

Spring College Day gives students a chance to explore options

NORWICH – Some high school students don’t have the opportunity to visit colleges and universities before graduation, but that’s OK, because next week representatives from thos... read more...


Two Oxford school board seats up for grabs in May

OXFORD – Nominating petitions will be available starting Friday for those interested in running for the two Oxford school board seats which will be vacant as of June 30. The d... read more...


Opinion

Three items today

Three items today: Bonuses at outfits that take government money.  Squeeze those rich folks.  And look! Republicans offer a sensible plan. First, those bonuses. Fox News ran ... read more...


Entertainment

Final chamber music show features janus trio April 19

NORWICH – The final performance in the Chenango County Council of the Arts’ 2009 Chamber Music Series will take place on Sunday, April 19. Hailed by Cleveland’s Plain Dealer ... read more...


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