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Changes to flood plain maps will affect homeowners' insurance

NORWICH – Federal and state officials have announced changes to the county’s designated flood plain that will require a new group of homeowners to purchase disaster insurance ... read more...


Guilford cuts ribbon on town hall/highway garage project

GUILFORD – The Town of Guilford celebrated the grand opening of the new Guilford Town Hall and Highway Garage with an Open House Saturday. The event began with a ribbon cuttin... read more...


GOP Primaries today in Chenango

CHENANGO – Republican voters in a few municipalities will head to the polls today to vote in GOP primaries to decide who will be on the ballot in the November election. The po... read more...


Drug conspirator cooperates for leniency

NORWICH – The District Attorney’s Office dismissed a felony indictment against a co-conspirator in a drug case Friday and allowed her to plea to a lesser offense when she agre... read more...


Supervisors approve near 4 percent raise for employees, themselves

NORWICH – The struggling economy and tight departmental budgets didn’t keep Chenango County’s politicians from giving themselves and their government employees about a 4 perce... read more...


Oxford BOE OKs revival of winter guard

OXFORD – An Oxford alumn received the blessing of the district’s board of education Monday night to revive a club which she said taught her about teamwork and leadership durin... read more...


Sports

Big first half carries Greene

SHERBURNE – Greene may have games where it plays better, but it will be tough to outdo its first-half dominance Monday night. The Trojans scored twice in the opening 30 minut... read more...


Fazio wins ES football contest

Donna Fazio was perfect in the high school ranks and missed just one NFL contest. Fazio’s strong performances in the high school, college, and pro ranks enabled her to outdist... read more...


Community

LVCC looking for volunteer tutors

NORWICH – Far too many people in Chenango County struggle with the basic reading, writing and math skills which many take for granted, according to a local non-profit organiza... read more...


Public Health, Rotary, P&C plan “Celebration of Your Child’s Health”

NORWICH – The Chenango County Health Department and Norwich Rotary will be holding their annual “Celebration of Your Child’s Health” event on Friday, Sept. 25 at P&C Food Pha... read more...


Visually impaired woman earns GED

OXFORD – Anything can be achieved with enough determination, no matter what the obstacle. Of this, 24-year-old Samantha Wackford is living proof. In June, the young woman pas... read more...


Tuition tax credits available for middle class families

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer (D-Binghamton) is reaching out to parents of college and graduate students who may be up all night worrying about affording tu... read more...


Opinion

I prefer a window to a work of art

A seasoned reporter, Jim Wright, once heckled the complaints of cub reporter in his first weeks on the job. The youth had written about a controversial court case that had dr... read more...


Entertainment

Bainbridge Rotary gears up for 2nd Chili Cook-Off and River Rides event

BAINBRIDGE – Whether you are after tastebud-tantalizing chili or a scenic bicycle tour to enjoy the fall foliage, you won’t want to miss the Bainbridge Rotary Club’s next fund... read more...


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