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Save-a-Lot coming back to Norwich

NORWICH – In early July, patrons of the South Plaza grocery store Save-a-lot were shocked to discover the business had suddenly closed its doors. Now, almost three months lat... read more...


Norwich celebrates Homecoming

NORWICH – If you’ve got a purple and white umbrella, it might come in handy tomorrow. Because, even though the forecast may be calling for rain, not even a torrential downpour... read more...


Burning ban goes into effect next week

NORWICH – The Chenango County Public Works Department would like to remind residents that a new state law prohibiting open burning will go into effect next Wednesday. “It is ... read more...


Sports

The media’s assault on ‘assault weapons’

Each time I read or hear the general media referring to “assault firearms,” I cringe. Why? Because many of them have little or no idea of what they’re talking about. The term ... read more...


Cyclones ‘A team' clinches Tri-Valley division title

NORWICH – The Cyclones “A” team won the Tri-Valley League Eastern Division Championship Sunday at Alumni Field with a convincing 37-7 win over the undefeated Utica Proctor Bu... read more...


Second straight big win for Unadilla Valley

Girls’ Soccer Unadilla Valley 2, Greene 1 NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley picked up its second straight close victory defeating Greene on Wednesday. Emily Hutchinson scored... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Checking out

I was lost on a sea of gravy, floating in a raft made of waffle fries when the desk bell rang. Ding, ding. Get up, Mike, you’re not allowed to sleep here, a voice said. I woke... read more...


Coventry honors Civil War surgeon in 5th annual event

COVENTRY – The Coventry Museum Association will posthumously honor another of the town’s civil war veterans with its fifth annual Civil War Commemorative Event this weekend.... read more...


Opinion

On the fence, but open to the possibilities

Do you believe in ghosts and spirits? That after death, the essence of those who have passed can linger on? That these whispers of the past can wreak havoc with the living? I... read more...


Entertainment

Chenango Piecemakers hosts quilt show this weekend

OXFORD – This weekend, more than 300 handmade quilts will be on display at the Oxford High School gymnasium by the Chenango Piecemakers Guild for their acclaimed biennial fun... read more...


Greene hosts historic ghost walks

GREENE – If tales of ghostly apparitions and things that go bump in the night send chills up your spine, the historic ghost tours being sponsored this month by the Greene Para... read more...


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