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Seward takes it to the people

SHERBURNE – Upstate New York is outgunned by too many decision makers in Albany who hail from New York City, said Senator James L. Seward (R-Oneonta) yesterday, and taxpayers ... read more...


Brown Ave. housing units unveiled today

NORWICH – The first of six affordable housing duplexes in a planned community for seniors was unveiled this morning. The Brown Avenue Homes, a Norwich Housing Authority Proje... read more...


Early snow day at B-G?

BAINBRIDGE – Thanks to an early morning electrical glitch, middle and high school students in the Bainbridge-Guilford Central School district had the day off on Wednesday. Stu... read more...


New Berlin Art Forum holds annual meeting, elections

NEW BERLIN – At their annual meeting the Board of Directors of the New Berlin Art Forum reelected the slate of officers as submitted by the secretary, Carlotta Iannello. Othe... read more...


Couple charged in love triangle with underage girl

NORWICH – A Town of Norwich couple was arrested in early September after allegedly being involved in a ménage à trois with an underage teen. The Chenango County Sheriff’s Off... read more...


Sex and alcohol felonies fill grand jury’s indictments

NORWICH – Wednesday, the Chenango County grand jury indicted three individuals with sex crimes, two of them violent assaults and one alleged pedophilia. Two repeat offenders... read more...


Primary races in Sherburne and Coventry still undecided

SHERBURNE – With absentee ballots still uncounted, three local primary races are still too close to call. All the results of Tuesday’s primaries are still unofficial, with a ... read more...


Sports

Grid Forecast: Feast or famine for local offenses and defenses

It’s been feast or famine offensively through two weeks, conversely, defenses have either bent slowly or allowed the floodgates to open. Greene has scored more points than an... read more...


Athlete of the Week: Driscoll comes up big at a big time

“Demand what you deserve, give everything you have.” The source of that quotation is the Greene coaching staff, and it is a mantra the entire soccer team is following on ... read more...


Community

Free bike safety rodeo in Greene this Saturday

GREENE – Safety will be the primary focus of a bike rodeo sponsored by Cub Scout Pack 162 of Greene at 10 a.m. Saturday. The event, which is being held in conjunction with the... read more...


Opinion

When the Light fades ...

This afternoon, I’ll say goodbye to a 72-year-old friend whose life will end at 4 p.m. EST. Before you get too worked up, this isn’t an assisted suicide story. But it is, non... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol: Toddster, ES staff remember Patrick Swayze

By Todd Campbell Correspondent Movies all have in some way given everyone some type of feeling – everything from the thrill of the action movie with a great chase to that sp... read more...


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