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Doyle honored with Liberty Bell Award

NORWICH – Friday, before an audience of great judicial and law enforcement experience, a packed Chenango County Courtroom was called into special session by Judge W. Howard S... read more...


Brown Ave. housing construction begins after 10 years

NORWICH – Ten years ago, the property where the former Brown Avenue Bowling alley and bakery once sat was purchased by the Norwich Housing Authority for a construction project... read more...


Federal recovery funds restore some highway projects

CHENANGO COUNTY – Lawmakers made the necessary budgetary adjustments last week in order to accept an estimated $300,000 more in Consolidated Highway Improvement Program fundin... read more...


Chenango's swine flu case tests negative

NORWICH – A local person tested for swine flu does not have the disease, Chenango County Department of Public Health officials announced Friday. There are no new suspect case... read more...


Governor’s mandate relief could help schools, municipalities

NORWICH – An executive order passed last week by Governor David A. Paterson may provide the first steps toward real property tax relief, according to local officials. Execut... read more...


Sports

Hot SV beats Tornado; Oxford avenges loss to Afton

Baseball Susquehanna Valley 10, Norwich 1 (6 innings) NORWICH – Norwich fell behind at the start, and dropped a home contest to Sus Valley that was shortened to six inning... read more...


Records fall in Norwich sweep of REK invite

NORWICH – Norwich swept the team championships at the 4th REK Friends Forever Invitational Friday, and 15 meet records were established along the way. Oxford’s standout sopho... read more...


Community

Greene student group raises money for pediatric cancer research

GREENE – When Greene senior Andrea Myers attended a ‘Girls Take Charge’ leadership workshop last year, she was inspired by the story of a young cancer patient named Alexandra ... read more...


Oxford’s maple trees & syrup program enlightened many

OXFORD – The Oxford Historical Society presented “Historic Maple Trees of Oxford,” for their April 21 spring meeting at the Depot-Museum. Guest speaker Greg Owens, the DEC Sen... read more...


Opinion

Only half a loaf

If you watch one of the big networks for most of your news you are getting only half a loaf.  Many studies have documented this.  Perhaps you are happy with half a loaf.  Per... read more...


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