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Sale price of Restore NY properties higher than earlier estimates

NORWICH – The asking prices of three homes being built and sold by the city to replace blighted properties will likely be about 12 percent higher than previously estimated, of... read more...


State report says prospects for Camp Pharsalia re-use are grim

PHARSALIA – No end is in sight for the bill state taxpayers keep paying to keep round-the-clock maintenance on the buildings and 52 acres at Camp Pharsalia, and no plans for r... read more...


Eccleston resigns from Greene village board

GREENE – With regret and gratitude, Greene Mayor Marcia Miller accepted the resignation of Trustee Morris “Moe” Eccleston at a meeting of the municipality’s governing body hel... read more...


Man arrested with $7,000 worth of heroin and cocaine pleads guilty

NORWICH – A man who was arrested behind the wheel of an SUV carrying more than $7,000 worth of heroin and cocaine pleaded guilty in court last week to transporting the drugs t... read more...


State Attorney General’s office holding scam seminar in Smyrna

SMYRNA – Officials from the state Attorney General’s office are holding a forum Thursday in Smyrna to inform seniors about international mail and Internet scams that have dupe... read more...


Sports

Cyclones win two out of three

ONEIDA – The Norwich Cyclones “A” Team came home with a 12-0 win over archrival Oneida Saturday night to remain undefeated on the season.  In the Cyclones’ hardest hitting g... read more...


Community

Mid-York Press expands in Sherburne

SHERBURNE – The Mid-York Press, Inc. is taking advantage of the “down” market by upgrading and expanding its plant and equipment. The company will purchase $3.5 million in new... read more...


Opinion

Let books be large and in charge

My library has a gargantuan large-print book collection. Here’s my question. Why aren’t all books large-print? Guess who has got the best eyesight in the world? Children. Th... read more...


The fallout of justice

The full effects of committing a serious crime seem to come as a surprise to people, especially the defendants. If there is a violent crime against a person or any arrest inv... read more...


Entertainment

Rogers history highlighted in Thursday program

NORWICH – On Thursday, the Chenango County Historical Society (CCHS) will present “The History of Rogers Environmental Education Center,” a presentation by former Rogers natur... read more...


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