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Only teen charged as adult in cemetery desecration pleads guilty

NORWICH – The last of three Oxford teens, and the only one to be charged as an adult in the desecration of a cemetery last fall, appeared in Chenango County Supreme Court Wed... read more...


New treatment court aimed at bringing families back together

NORWICH – Chenango County has began implementation of a Family Treatment Court aimed at restoring families torn apart by substance addiction through strict rehabilitation of t... read more...


Healthcare reform talk tonight

NORWICH – Norwich Doctor Tom Holmes will lead off a community discussion of the current  healthcare reform options and the need for a “Medicare for All” system at a free event... read more...


Sherburne moves forward with ambulance

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Ambulance Committee met recently to plan the next steps in the process of implementing a new municipal-based ambulance service. The Village of Sherb... read more...


Sports

Assembly passes a hodgepodge of new firearms laws

Last week the NYS Assembly passed a slew of new firearms bills that are destined to upset the many upstate residents if they’re passed by the Senate and become law. All the bi... read more...


Windsor rallies to defeat Tornado

Baseball Windsor 10, Norwich 6 NORWICH – Windsor regrouped from a five-run deficit to defeat the Purple Tornado Wednesday afternoon. Dave Goetz completed a three-run four... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Spit happens

In the last few years, it seems that small alpaca farms have been cropping up all over our area. My personal experience with the animals was limited to driving by as they munc... read more...


Suzanne Bloom holds signing Saturday

NORWICH – McDonough children’s author, Suzanne Bloom, will be at First Edition Book Store on Saturday to sign copies of her 11th children’s book “A Mighty Fine Time Machine.” ... read more...


Opinion

Changing neighborhoods

In the early 1900’s, my grandfather, Shepsel Reuben, opened a little general store at 656 Maxwell Street in Chicago. Maxwell Street was an island of pushcarts. To compete with... read more...


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