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Foreclosures, absentee landlords problem for city grass ordinance

NORWICH – With the recent spate of warm weather and rain, lawns are growing fast, and some properties are already failing to comply with the city’s grass ordinance. According... read more...


Dr. Parker Ward honored by Boy Scouts

The Baden-Powell Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Chenango District, honored Norwich’s Dr. Parker Ward Jr. as its 2009 Distinguished Citizen at the annual dinner at the C... read more...


Travel and Tourism Week: What Chenango County has to offer

NORWICH – While more than 150,000 people visit the area each year, contributing more than $30 million to the local economy, tourism may very well be the most under-rated indus... read more...


Chenango County Chrysler dealership to remain open

NORWICH – A list released Thursday from the bankrupt automobile manufacturer, Chrysler LLC, did not include Norwich Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep of Norwich. Norwich Dodge, owned by Di... read more...


China pays landfill for 20 tons of junk mail

NORWICH – Although the Chenango County landfill sells tons of recycled material to vendors each week, a new customer appeared in April – the Chinese government. They paid for ... read more...


Two board seats open and only one name on the ballot in Oxford

OXFORD – Residents of the Oxford Academy School District will take to the polls on Tuesday to fill the two board of education seats being vacated by board members Mark Roach a... read more...


South Otselic celebrates fishing heritage on Saturday

SOUTH OTSELIC – Fishing plays a large part in the history of South Otselic. From the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Fish Hatchery, located in the to... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Spittler points toward state meet berth

From the moment he joined the Norwich varsity track and field team as an eighth-grader, senior Steven Spittler immediately became the Tornado’s best distance runner. He has p... read more...


Seiler qualifies for second round of medalist tournament

Golf ITHACA – Oxford junior Cory Seiler, on his third attempt, advanced to the second round of the Section IV medalist tournament Thursday at Cornell University Golf Course... read more...


Community

First Edition holds signing Saturday

NORWICH – Local author Ginnah Howard will be signing copies of her novel “Night Navigation” at the First Edition Bookstore in Norwich on Saturday. Howard, a Gilbertsville nat... read more...


Opinion

Obama must mind the gaps

In the London Underground, a recorded voice warns travelers to “mind the gap” between an incoming train and the station platform. The phrase became so popular that it has spaw... read more...


Entertainment

Scholarship winners featured at Monday Evening Musical Club

NORWICH – The Monday Evening Musical Club of Norwich presents the 2009 Scholarship Winners and Advanced Student’s Recital on Monday, May 18 at the United Church of Christ, 11 ... read more...


Blue artist performs at 6 on the Square

OXFORD – 6 On The Square (6OTS) proudly welcomes back Delta Blues artist, Garry Cogdell on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Garry Cogdell is Blues, and he’ll be heating up this Oxford ve... read more...


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