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Monday Evening Musical Club celebrates centennial

NORWICH – In 1909, they met monthly in the high society parlors of downtown Norwich to foster their love and appreciation of the art. Many were teachers or performers in their... read more...


October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

NORWICH – October is nationally dedicated to raising awareness of a type of crime which 25 percent of American women fall victim to in their lifetime: domestic violence. This... read more...


Crews save home from spreading garage fire

PHARSALIA – The first two volunteer firemen arriving at the scene of a garage fire discovered flames spreading to a nearby trailer’s roof and successfully fought to save the h... read more...


Norwich senior receives academic honor

NORWICH – Educators say there are some students who are such a pleasure to teach that they make the whole teaching profession worthwhile. By all accounts, Norwich High School ... read more...


Speeder caught without a license and drugs in the car

COVENTRY – A man speeding in excess of 80 miles an hour was pulled over by Chenango County Sheriff deputies last week and found to be driving with a suspended license and to h... read more...


Sports

S-E continues to click in win over Morrisville-Eaton

Boys’ Soccer Sherburne-Earlville 3, Morrisville-Eaton 1 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville won back-to-back games for the first time this season, and avenged a loss to Morris... read more...


Athlete of the Week: Greene tri-captains a coach’s dream

During the preseason, Greene’s varsity field hockey squad selects its captains for the upcoming season. Typically, head coach Sue Carlin expects the squad to choose two player... read more...


Grid Preview: Norwich unveils its hurry-up offense

The scenario was set for a miracle Norwich drive to beat Windsor in regulation. About 80 seconds remained on the clock in the fourth quarter, and the Tornado needed to move 8... read more...


Community

County to offer more Lifelines for seniors

NORWICH – The Chenango County Area Agency on Aging hopes to purchase more Lifeline devices next year for seniors who are on a waiting list for them. The units expire and need... read more...


Opinion

Taking a gamble on a two-actor show

I was a little hesitant when I went down to Greene last Friday for the opening night of “Talley’s Folly” at the Chenango River Theatre. I guess it didn’t register with me when... read more...


Entertainment

Woods Tea Co. opens New Berlin Art Forum series

NEW BERLIN – Established in 1981, with a goal to please the audience, The Woods Tea Company can be enjoyed in concert at the Unadilla Valley Central School Saturday, Oct. 3 st... read more...


Sloan Wainwright performs at 6 on the Square

OXFORD – On Saturday at 7:30 p.m., 6 On The Square welcomes the outstanding and highly original, Sloan Wainwright. Sloan Wainwright is a compelling performer best known for he... read more...


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