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New Berlin marijuana crop cleared by police

NEW BERLIN – Tuesday, police officers in the Town of New Berlin raided the property of a 51-year-old man and seized 35 marijuana plants, estimated to have a street value of $2... read more...


Thrift store expands and uniform shop opens; Chinese take-out on the way

NORWICH – The Pink Door recently completed a summer-long expansion, store volunteers confirmed this week. The thrift clothing store, located next to the back entrance of McLa... read more...


15th annual Colorscape Chenango this weekend

NORWICH – The creative talents of countless musicians and artisans will paint downtown Norwich this Colorscape weekend with the hues of their diverse crafts, drawing thousands... read more...


Oxford man among local authors at Colorscape this weekend

OXFORD – After years of being known as a high school math teacher, volleyball coach, fly-fisherman, husband and father, long-time Oxford resident and retired teacher Jim Morte... read more...


County begins budget process anew

NORWICH – It’s the beginning of another budget season as Chenango County lawmakers began scrutinizing governmental departments this month, hoping to carve out any possible fat... read more...


Sports

Every local grid team but Greene coming off a loss

With the exception of Greene, Chenango County’s remaining roster of football teams are coming off opening-day losses. It’s not the way to start any season, but the positive is... read more...


NHS golfer picks perfect time to make his score count

Golf Norwich 212, Maine-Endwell 219 PLYMOUTH – Norwich’s Gabe Leibundgut picked the perfect time to make his score count. Leibundgut, who has played in five of Norwich’s ... read more...


Athlete of the Week: Gorton to Kinne, a winning combination

It’s a good thing the Greene coaching staff figured out fairly quickly that Brendan Kinne would not make a good quarterback. Kinne, the backup quarterback his freshman year o... read more...


Community

Sherburne chef debuts cookbook tonight

SHERBURNE – When George Lewis joined the monastery, it wasn’t necessarily to devote himself to God. He’d already answered the call to his life-long ministry – food. Lewis, a ... read more...


Opinion

A peek behind the curtain ...

“Transparency” is the vogue buzzword in my profession these days. Give your reading public a peek behind the curtain, and they’ll learn to trust you more, the pundits say. We... read more...


Entertainment

Old Blind Dogs come to EOH

EARLVILLE – One of Scotland’s finest acoustic bands, Old Blind Dogs, comes to the Earlville Opera House on Friday at 8 p.m.  Old Blind Dogs (OBD) remain at the forefront of Sc... read more...


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