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Greene breaks ground on $36.1 million capital project

GREENE – Contractors have broken ground on the Greene Central School’s $36.1 million dollar capital improvement project which will overhaul each building in the district and a... read more...


Ford gets maximum sentence

NORWICH – George Ford Jr. was given the maximum sentence in Chenango County Court Thursday and will spend the next 25 years-to-life in state prison for the murder of 12-year-o... read more...


On again, off again: Repairs to City Hall roof may be put off until next year

NORWICH – The condition of the roof at City Hall has been an issue for some time, but after receiving an evaluation from Delaware Engineering, its replacement may be put off f... read more...


Swine flu confirmed in Chenango

The Chenango County Health Department has been notified by the New York State Department of Health that there are laboratory confirmed cases of swine origin influenza A (H1N1)... read more...


Schumer plan to help homeless vets could apply to saving Oxford Vets’ home

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Charles Schumer is backing a plan for returning veterans that could play well into Chenango County’s hopes for saving the older New York State... read more...


Sports

Invasive species threten indigenous forests

Many senior citizens can readily recall the magnificent American elm trees that once dotted our countryside and villages. Dutch Elm Disease, an invasive spread by the Elm Bark... read more...


Oxford relay living a moment in history

It was a special occasion for Oxford’s track team on Tuesday this week, but these are special times for a unique quartet of young ladies who are in pursuit of a Division II st... read more...


Community

Guilford Historical Society begins documenting farms

GUILFORD – The Guilford Historical Society has undertaken a new project. Although the project is closely related to the house project begun a few years ago, it has now expande... read more...


Oxford Garden Club celebrates 50 years

OXFORD – The Oxford Garden Club (OGC), celebrating its 50th anniversary, has been very busy preparing for their great, annual fund raising Plant Sale. Members of the OGC have... read more...


Opinion

A father to the very core of his being

After everyone else had gone home from Michael’s funeral, I stayed on with Mom, Dad and my brother Chucky, and I learned more about dignity from my Father that week than I eve... read more...


Leading by example

I’ve done a lot of contemplation on what it truly means to be a leader over the last few days. That’s probably not much of a surprise for those who know I accompanied the part... read more...


Entertainment

Annual Airport Day held Saturday

NORWICH – What’s up? On Saturday, the aircraft at the 19th Annual Airport Day and the Spirits of our Community and Public Service Organizations is what’s up. This annual event... read more...


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