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State gives money to renovate vacant commercial property

NORWICH – The city was awarded $200k by the state last week to renovate a vacant downtown building that officials hope to flip as a viable retail or commercial space – maybe e... read more...


Man cleared of molesting toddler in Chenango trial

NORWICH – After hearing the testimony of four witnesses, Judge Kevin M. Dowd immediately returned a verdict of not guilty in the case of a Preston man accused of a molesting ... read more...


Empire Zone issues make it difficult to push Chenango, economic officials say

NORWICH – It is becoming increasingly difficult to market existing businesses and to attract more industry and employees to Chenango County in the shadow of a floundering New ... read more...


Norwich School District zeroes out tax levy increase

NORWICH – Residents of the Norwich City School District may see some relief in their school taxes this year, thanks to a resolution adopted Wednesday night by the district’s b... read more...


Board approves raise for Boice

NORWICH – The Norwich City School District’s second in command will receive a raise this year, following a vote by the board of education last night. As a result of the board... read more...


Woman injured in Sherburne sexual assault case

SHERBURNE – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Sherburne man Saturday after he allegedly sexually assaulted his female roommate, causing injuries that required he... read more...


Sports

‘The Guns of Autumn’ revisited, then and now

As we head toward autumn and the initial opening of several hunting seasons, I’m reminded of a special anti-hunting program that CBS televised years ago. The program, “The Gun... read more...


Big second half for Greene

Boys’ Soccer Greene 3, Delhi 1 GREENE – All it took for Greene to pick up the pace was find itself on the short end of the scoreboard. Delhi’s Carson King scored with 18:... read more...


Community

Guilford holds meeting, open house at new facility

GUILFORD – A year after ground was broken on the capital project, Guilford’s new town hall and highway garage are open for business. The town held its first board meeting in ... read more...


Oxford Class of ‘45 reunites

OXFORD – The Oxford Class of ‘45 celebrated their 64th Class Reunion at Fred’s Inn, Aug. 16. Eleven classmates who had attended the “Academy,” as it was known in the 1930s, g... read more...


Duddy receives statewide honor

NORWICH – Charlene Duddy, Environmental Services Supervisor at United Methodist Homes’ Doris L. Patrick Campus in Norwich, was presented with the 2009 Long-Term Care Employee ... read more...


IT director to retire

NORWICH – The director of Chenango County’s information technology department has witnessed monumental changes since 1979 when he was appointed to oversee a single mainframe f... read more...


Opinion

The soundtrack of my childhood

The decal that Samuel Reuben designed is beautiful. An eagle’s golden wings are proudly spread over a large, white circle bordered by a heavy, gold-link chain. Two taloned cla... read more...


On heroes and heretics

I remember the first time I saw the World Trade Center up close and personal. I stood on the sidewalk below, leaning back on my heels and craning my neck as far as it would go... read more...


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