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Police bust home-grown pot operation

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a Norwich man for allegedly having two hydroponics bays connected to his garage that were growing 56 marijuana pla... read more...


Colorscape brings performance artist for 15th show

NORWICH – Colorscape Chenango will be introducing at least two new faces for its 15th annual festival in September – one on the stage, the other behind. Hearkening back to th... read more...


Parcels up for tax sale

CHENANGO COUNTY – Property owners saved more than half of their properties that were headed to the chopping block at Chenango County’s upcoming annual tax sale. Only 55 of the... read more...


Sales tax collections back on track

NORWICH – Sales tax collections in Chenango County flowed back to regular levels in March, despite the nation’s faltering economy. First quarter results were only $32 down fro... read more...


City sets fees for fire inspections

NORWICH – The City of Norwich will begin charging fees for fire inspections after passing a new resolution in April meeting. The city has been discussing options for charging... read more...


Sports

Little League kicks off season

NORWICH – The Norwich-Oxford Little League kicked off its season with a parade through the city Saturday morning.... read more...


Norwich’s Clark throws no-hitter

Baseball Norwich 14, Whitney Point 0 NORWICH – Senior Timmy Clark threw the first no-hitter for Norwich dating back at least 25 years as the Tornado won it second game of... read more...


Opinion

The eve of revolution

Between the economic global recession, entangling Mideast politics and the sudden appearance of swine flu, the world has become a much smaller place than it ever has before – ... read more...


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