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New or old, Oxford Vets’ Homes cause uncertainty

OXFORD – It could be another month before the residents of the Oxford Veterans’ Home are given an estimated date for moving into the newly-built facility next door. Transitio... read more...


BID kicks off classic car weekend with Friday cruise-in

NORWICH – On Friday, the Norwich Business Improvement District will gear up for Memorial Day with its eighth annual Pre-Memorial Day Cruise-In. Presented by the BID and spon... read more...


State lawmakers rally behind volunteer fire service

ALBANY – State legislators are working to reverse a 2005 amendment to vehicle and traffic law which requires volunteer firefighters to have a commercial drivers license in ord... read more...


Edmeston NBT robbed this morning

EDMESTON – At approximately 9:05 a.m., a reported robbery occurred to the NBT Bank on West Street in Edmeston. The New York State Police and the Otsego County Sheriff’s Office... read more...


Man arrested for possession caught with drugs in his jail cell

NORWICH – A Connecticut man was arrested last week for criminal possession of cocaine and after being remanded to the Chenango County Correctional Facility, officers discovere... read more...


Norwich Parks Project moving forward

NORWICH – The downtown Norwich parks improvement project, begun several years ago, is finally off the ground and running with the Chenango County Board of Supervisors’ approva... read more...


Sports

Marauders clinch CSC division title

Baseball S-E 8, Mount Markham 4 WEST WINFIELD – Sherburne-Earlville won its eleventh straight game, and clinched its first Center State Conference division title since the... read more...


Community

Oxford makes plans for Memorial Day

OXFORD – Memorial Day has become the most important day of recognition of our armed forces. On this Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, many homes and businesses along the parade ro... read more...


OV crowns 2009 prom court

The Otselic Valley class of 2010 crowned their prom royalty Saturday. Pictured are Princess Naomi Reichard, Prince Michael Sawyer, King Chase Martin and Queen Taylor Monroe.... read more...


Vendors and crafters wanted for Blueberry Festival

COVENTRY – The Coventry Community Events Committee is seeking vendors, crafters and hobbyists for the organization’s third annual Blueberry Festival, to be held on Saturday, J... read more...


Opinion

Are we losing the war on drugs?

Think of all the police officers, sheriff’s deputies and state troopers who are involved in investigating, transporting and interrogating suspects of illegal drug activity. I... read more...


Your vote counts

School districts are the single largest sector of local government in New York State, accounting for nearly half of all local government revenues and expenditures. In 2007, Ne... read more...


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