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Holes in the New Berlin’s radio coverage likely to remain until county project is completed

NEW BERLIN – As the county creeps closer to completing its communication tower project, emergency services and local municipalities are raising concerns with the current inade... read more...


Oxford resident holds Second Annual Ride for Diabetes Aug. 1

OXFORD – Two years after losing her daughter to diabetes, Oxford resident Nancy Peterson is working to keep other families from going through the same ordeal. On Aug. 1, the s... read more...


Regional conference arms local officials with tools to regulate gas drilling operations

NORWICH – About 100 municipal officials hailing from central New York learned the nuts and bolts at a recent conference about what towns can do to regulate the impact of natur... read more...


Sherburne students set out to stop bullying

SHERBURNE – Fourth graders at Sherburne-Earlville identified a problem in their school this year, and the active students refuse to take the issue lying down. On Monday night,... read more...


Sports

Track & Field team members honored

The Norwich spring track and field team honored its athletes and handed out individual awards at its sason-ending banquet. Records and personal-bests were established througho... read more...


Kelly’s Flowers holds slim lead in South New Berlin Horseshoe League

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – Kelly’s Flowers took seven of eight points, and grabbed a one-point lead ove Broken Sins after June 10 action in the South New Berlin Horseshoe League. Le... read more...


Community

Norwich community pool opens Friday

Mike Miles and Rick Warren of the City of Norwich Department of Public Works put the final touches on the Kurt Beyer Pool Tuesday. The community pool opens for the season Frid... read more...


Norwich boy obtains rank of Eagle Scout

NORWICH – Ninth grade Norwich High School Student Joshua Mahannah recently completed all of the requirements necessary to obtain Boy Scouts of America’s most prestigious rank.... read more...


Opinion

Advice for the graduates

Chenango County’s seniors will walk across the stage this weekend and receive their diplomas, launching them out of the comfort of high school and into a strange new setting, ... read more...


Entertainment

Drumatic Cymbalism to play Oxford Vets’ Home Saturday

OXFORD – The drum and rhythm have been the foundation for all societies and cultures throughout the world. It was the first ... the first beat in all civilizations. To illust... read more...


Village gears for Earlville Days

EARLVILLE – As plans for Earlville Days are nearly complete, the Village of Earlville is pleased to announce that Prime Time Horns, a regionally-acclaimed band, will perform i... read more...


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