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Swine Flu hits in Chenango County

NORWICH – According to Chenango County Public Health Director Marcas Flindt, it was only a matter of time before Swine Flu made its way to Chenango County. Yesterday, that tim... read more...


Ford receives 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...


Coventry fire leaves barn in ruins

COVENTRY – Emergency crews responded to a barn fire in the Town of Coventry Wednesday that destroyed the structure and two pieces of heavy farm equipment. Fire crews from the... read more...


Town board decides against annual assessment

COVENTRY – Coventry officials decided this week to abandon efforts to adopt an annual real property assessment process after the town supervisor reversed her position on the i... read more...


Up, up in the skies ... it’s Chenango County Airport Day on Saturday

NORTH NORWICH – Chenango County will be looking up this Saturday as vintage, military, jet and commercial aircraft take to the skies as part of the 19th annual Airport Days at... read more...


Attorney General’s office brings “Project Sunlight” to Norwich

NORWICH – Have you ever wondered how to access information on the legislature, campaign finance, member items, lobbying or the governmental decision-making process? A represen... read more...


Five teens arrested in Preston burglary

OXFORD – Five Oxford teenagers were arrested Wednesday for allegedly breaking into a Town of Preston residence. Chenango County Sheriff’s deputies, along with Oxford Police,... read more...


Sports

NHS Softball awards

Norwich’s varsity softball team handed out its season-ending awards earlier this week. From the left are Megan McAvoy, most improved; and Kristen Carpenter, most valuable play... read more...


Community

Traffic change in Bainbridge Monday

BAINBRIDGE – New York State Department of Transportation announced that removal and reconstruction of State Route 7 Bridge in the Village of Bainbridge will begin at 7 a.m. on... read more...


Mother Earth Indian festival this weekend

GREENE – The 4th Annual Mother Earth Indian Festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Greene Ball Flats. The festival will feature Native Amer... read more...


Book sale this Saturday

OXFORD – The Oxford Memorial Library will be holding a book sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sat., June 13. The book sale will be held in the upstairs program room. There will be... read more...


Opinion

Sonia from the block

In her now-famous speech at the University of California in 2001, Judge Sonia Sotomayor probably made a political mistake. She spoke the truth. “Our experiences as women and ... read more...


Entertainment

Amber Perkins dance recital this weekend

A weekend of dance kicks off this evening with the Amber Perkins School of the Arts’ annual recitals. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday ma... read more...


Oxford nature hike with Don Windsor

OXFORD – This Sunday, June 14, get out and hike in Oxford with Donald A. Windsor, Historian and Hike Leader. 2 or 5 miles complete to Walkers Corners (Rt. 27 and Brooksbank Ro... read more...


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