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City, state leaders hope to increase census participation

NORWICH – Local and state leaders are hoping to increase participating in the 2010 census in order to ensure that New York has fair representation. The census directly impact... read more...


Oxford board extends Squier's contract, despite community concerns

OXFORD – Many of those who attended Oxford’s last board of education meeting were under the impression they’d tabled two hot button topics: The matter of the high school princ... read more...


Accused burglar, arsonist denied release

NORWICH – A man accused of burning down a Town of Afton home after burglarizing it asked to be released of his $50,000 bail in Supreme Court Friday, citing his drug addiction,... read more...


Conference explores how special diets can help kids with autism

ONEONTA – More parents and doctors have found that diets free of gluten and dairy products can help children who have an autistic spectrum disorder, if not cure them in some v... read more...


Community

Flag Day

Norwich American Legion Post 189 Commander Brian Joy and Past Commander John Alksnis traded old American flags for new ones at Perry Browne school Monday in recognition of Fla... read more...


Opinion

Ear today, gone tomorrow

I saw a living legend at a local club recently. I don’t go to nightclubs very often, anymore. What was fun at 21 is now a chore. I don’t know what to wear. I worry about parki... read more...


Leadership change in New York

By Thomas Libous Last Monday, I handed up a Resolution changing the Leadership in the Senate to Senator Pedro Espada as Temporary President and Senator Dean Skelos as Vice Pr... read more...


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