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Police looking for graffiti vandal

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Police Department is asking for help in solving a recent rash of mischief graffiti scrawled across the Norwich Middle and High School Buildings a... read more...


Earlville continues to play 'chicken' with local law

EARLVILLE – Since 1963, a law has been on the books in the Village of Earlville which prohibits the keeping of farm animals. However, when the village passed an updated local ... read more...


Loomis joins Norwich School Board; Owen resumes seat

NORWICH – After standing vacant for nearly two months, the seventh seat on the Norwich City School Board of Education has been filled. Bill Loomis, a former member of the boar... read more...


Cleveland to stay on as high school principal

NORWICH – Dr. Robert Cleveland will remain interim principal at the Norwich High School for another year following a decision by the district’s school board Wednesday night. ... read more...


Sports

Antler restriction proposal was destined to fail

When DEC Commissioner Grannis announced recently that the department had dropped plans that would have created antler restrictions (AR) for deer hunting in eight wildlife mana... read more...


Chamber announces tournament winners

OXFORD – Commerce Chenango and title sponsor New York Central Mutual are pleased to congratulate all of the winners of the 23rd Annual Summer Golf Event that was held recently... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Tournament time

It is never a surprise to me when a corporate or charity golf tournament has a great turnout. I know I always jump at the chance to spend quality time out on the links instead... read more...


Opinion

My father and Ollie

Ever since I left home, I always asked about Ollie when I came back. It wasn’t that it was at the forefront of my mind, or that I had it on any obligatory list of things to do... read more...


Another year older...

When we’re little, we can’t wait to celebrate our birthdays. We look forward to the occasion with great anticipation and celebrate in style – with party hats and plenty of cre... read more...


Entertainment

Sherburne celebrates fourth of July

SHERBURNE – For the sixteenth year in a row, the Sherburne Lions Club will be holding their annual Fourth of July celebration in Paddleford Park. Featuring an array of food, e... read more...


'Plein Aire' Thursdays coming to a park near you

NORWICH – Plein Aire Thursdays Artist Group has expanded the number of sessions this year and added new locations to add some variety to the event. “The increased number of s... read more...


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