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Norwich PD uncovers $25,000 worth of cocaine in light of recent drug raid

NORWICH – Following up on leads from a recent drug raid, officers from the Norwich Police Department discovered a 2004 Mercedes Benz coupe, guns and over $25,000 worth of coca... read more...


Girls’ basketball all-stars

(Players listed by school) Dani Conway, sr, Bainbridge-Guilford, 5-foot-11 One of only a handful of Chenango County girls’ basketball players to finish with over 1,500 car... read more...


Earlville proposes slight decrease in tax levy

EARLVILLE – The Village of Earlville has approved a tentative budget for the 2009/2010 tax year, one that proposes a levy decrease from last year. Earlville’s projected budge... read more...


Some in, some out in Oxford School budget

OXFORD – Thanks to a restoration of state aid, Oxford’s latest budget proposal adds back several programs and positions previously on the chopping block. But while there may b... read more...


Traffic Safety Board to review procedures for spending DWI funds

PLYMOUTH – The procedures for spending approximately $120,000 in revenues collected annually from Chenango County’s drunk driving convictions will be changed, according to Boa... read more...


Traffic Safety Board to review procedures for spending DWI funds

PLYMOUTH – The procedures for spending approximately $120,000 in revenues collected annually from Chenango County’s drunk driving convictions will be changed, according to Boa... read more...


Sports

Boys’ Basketball All-Stars

(Players listed by team) Cody Hall, sr., G-MU, 6-foot-3 The second leading scorer in the area at 19.8 points per game, Hall led the Raiders in nearly every important offen... read more...


Many new faces on Sun all-star teams

Greene’s girls became the third Chenango County team to reach the state semifinals over the last decade, and the Trojans’ season ended on the first day of spring. The Trojans’... read more...


Community

Churches hold Union Service and procession

Each year on Palm Sunday three downtown churches have a Union Service and procession. In this photo (left to right) the Rev. Jeff Hale (Broad Street United Methodist Church),... read more...


Youth Philanthropy Group helps spruce up The Place

NORWICH – On March 28, 13 students from the Youth Philanthropy Group volunteered to help staff at The Place with their on-going efforts to improve program areas by painting, c... read more...


Oxford’s Arbor Day plans set; which seedling will you choose?

OXFORD – The Oxford Village Tree Board met on March 18th and firmed up plans for the 16th annual “Tree City USA” Arbor Day Celebration. The date will be Saturday, April 25, at... read more...


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