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Pharmaceutical icon brings winning formula to Norwich

NORTH NORWICH – Norwich Pharmaceuticals’ parent company has a new executive chairman, one who plans to grow the group into a top player in the international generic pharmaceut... read more...


MASH Campers enjoy medical career camp

NORWICH – When 20 local eighth and ninth graders from 12 different schools get together, there’s certain to be an active agenda. That was the case as Chenango Memorial Hospi... read more...


Study points to $15.3 billion for Broome County from Marcellus

BINGHAMTON – Neighboring Broome County, all by itself, holds enough natural gas reserves to leverage the creation of 16,000 good-paying jobs, $793 million in wages, and $15.3... read more...


Child pornography arrests create concern in Greene

GREENE – After a string of child pornography arrests in the Village of Greene, police and prosecutors say they are receiving some feedback of concern from community members ab... read more...


County’s sales tax receipts down 12.5 percent

NORWICH – Sales tax collections in Chenango County dropped 12.5 percent, or $825,000, for the second quarter of 2009. The figure compares to January through March results whe... read more...


Sports

S-E grads in the right place at the right time

Five years ago, 2004 Sherburne-Earlville graduates Josh Hicks, Chris Young, Matt Doscher, and Tim Mastro found themselves in the right place at the right time – more than one ... read more...


Community

Library art contest to help raise money for building project

OXFORD – The organizers of an all-ages art contest at the Oxford Memorial Library want to showcase the artistic talents of local residents and raise money for the library buil... read more...


Local celebs asked to “batter up” once more for The Children’s Center

NORWICH – Last year more than 40 local celebrities whipped up batches of homemade cookies in all shapes and sizes in support of The Children’s Center’s first Cookies and Cream... read more...


Opinion

Don’t ask, don’t tell, don’t wait

Dan Choi was a career army officer, a combat veteran, a fluent Arabic speaker. In March, he announced he was gay, and in May, he was discharged. “When I got the letter, I was... read more...


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