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No more Pizza, Pizza

NORWICH – The closing of the Little Caesar’s Pizzeria in the P&C Plaza in Norwich will create the second empty store front in the shopping center. The closing of Little Caesar... read more...


60 years of the Pageant of Bands

By Jon Armstrong Correspondent    This year marks the 60th Sherburne Pageant of Bands, the oldest and largest contest of its kind in the northeastern United States.  The pa... read more...


Accused Edmeston robber walked out of bank with $6,500

EDMESTON –After passing a note to the teller, police say the man charged with robbing the NBT in Edmeston walked out with about $6,500 in cash. “According to the police repor... read more...


County lawmakers want more economic development discussions

NORWICH – From repairing the defunct New York Susquehanna & Western rail line through Norwich to expanding the runway at Lt. Warren Eaton Airport, economic development ideas h... read more...


Organizer defends and explains controversial leadership program

NORWICH – The growing controversy over the pilot leadership training and character development program he has been working on for the past six months has Norwich High School T... read more...


Sports

State budget cuts step over dollars to save dimes

With a budget deficit anticipated to reach $47 billion over the next four years, the state legislature and Paterson administration are pursuing ways to avoid New York finding ... read more...


Community

Drug court saves money and lives

NORWICH – In recognition of National Treatment Court month in May, a number of community leaders attended the signing of a resolution applauding the success of the Chenango Co... read more...


Holy Family celebrates retiring teachers

NORWICH – The contributions and careers of longtime Holy Family School teachers Helen Capaccio and Val Dragoon will be celebrated at 6 p.m. tomorrow at a picnic-style dinner a... read more...


Opinion

What do you do when you see a mountain cry?

My brother, Michael Asher Reuben, was a talented, passionate, virile, handsome young man who wanted to write scripts, produce movies, compose music and do great deeds. Like ma... read more...


Poverty in our schools

I have a hard time hearing about any child going without what we as Americans consider the necessities of life. But I’ll be honest, the idea of abject poverty is something I r... read more...


Entertainment

Sherburne Pageant band guide

By Jon Armstrong Correspondent   CLASS AA Greene – Making their 43rd Sherburne Pageant appearance this year is the Greene Central School Band.  In fact, Greene was one of ... read more...


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