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Possible swine flu case tested negative

NORWICH – Chenango County Department of Public Health officials announced shortly after press time Friday that a local person who was tested for swine flu does not have the d... read more...


Camp Pharsalia to be closed by July 1

PHARSALIA – In a press conference held Thursday, the New York Department of Correctional Services made it clear that come July 1, Camp Pharsalia will close. Camp Mt. McGregor... read more...


In bizarre twist, alleged victim now charged in stabbing incident

NORWICH – A Sherburne man who claimed he had been stabbed in an altercation at his ex-girlfriend’s apartment has now been charged with third degree assault and second degree c... read more...


Local teen struck by truck in Norwich

NORWICH – Emergency crews responded to an accident scene involving an 18-year-old Norwich girl being struck by a pick-up truck around 4 p.m. Thursday in the Town of Norwich. ... read more...


Weekly bike, car and truck night begins Saturday

NORWICH – Starting Saturday night, The Norwich Elks Lodge Community Activities Committee will hold their first Saturday night cruise-in event in East Park in downtown Norwich.... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Bonnell moves to the front

Sarah Bonnell was far and away the Norwich girls’ soccer team’s leading scorer last season. Yes, she possessed ample skills to direct the ball past the keeper, but she had a w... read more...


S-E completes first run through league play unbeaten

Baseball S-E 13, Sauquoit Valley 4 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville completed its first run the Center State Conference play unbeaten knocking off Sauquoit Valley Thursday.... read more...


Community

Community comes together to support victims of sexual abuse

NORWICH – An evening of information and testimonials from the victims of sexual assault concluded with a march to the Chenango County Courthouse and a candlelight vigil during... read more...


Local vets raise money for injured soldiers

NORWICH – This weekend, motorcycle riders will have the chance to take a scenic, hundred-mile ride through Chenango County, and it’s all for a good cause. Saturday, rain or s... read more...


Opinion

'Our Town' a homespun remedy

It doesn’t get any more American and apple pie than Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town.” The tried-and-true high school chestnut play, with minimal sets and homespun dialogue, hearke... read more...


Entertainment

Staines appears at 6 on the Square

OXFORD – 6 On The Square (6OTS) proudly presents the legendary American folk musician and singer-songwriter, Bill Staines in concert on Friday at 7:30 p.m.  Many of his songs ... read more...


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