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Greene to host forum on capital project

GREENE – It has been roughly four months since the Greene Central School District broke ground on the two-year, $36.1 million capital improvement project which will overhaul e... read more...


New Berlin man killed after his ATV collides with pick-up

COLUMBUS – A New Berlin man was killed Friday afternoon when the four-wheeler he was driving was struck by a pick-up truck while crossing a state highway. New York State Poli... read more...


Pitch to raise county landfill fees shot down

NORWICH – Lawmakers charged with monitoring Chenango County’s landfill operations made yet another unsuccessful pitch for raising tipping fees at a meeting of supervisors last... read more...


Corrections employee arrested for DWI and fighting with police

NORWICH – Norwich City Police arrested a lieutenant working for the state Department of Correctional Services at Camp Georgetown Saturday, charging him with driving while into... read more...


Group of lawmakers asking local support to reform state’s constitution

NORWICH – A group of lawmakers are asking local municipalities to support a bill that would allow voters in 2010 to decide if the state’s constitution should be overhauled. T... read more...


Sports

Norwich moves over the .500 mark for first time

Football Norwich 33, Sidney 6 NORWICH – Norwich coach John Martinson felt that Friday night’s home game against Sidney would put a stamp on all of the success the Tornado ... read more...


Bobcats clinch Class D playoff spot

BAINBRIDGE – Bainbridge-Guilford’s resolve and collective single-mindedness was put to the test Friday night when mistakes and bad breaks put it in one-touchdown hole against ... read more...


Forks defense clamps down

CHENANGO FORKS – Even the most optimistic of Chenango Forks supporters would not have predicted the type of defensive performance on display Saturday afternoon against Greene.... read more...


Greene in peak form at own tourney

Field Hockey First Annual Nancy Bromley/Nancy Barrows Tournament GREENE – Greene beat two defending Section IV field hockey champions, and did so in lopsided fashion this ... read more...


Community

Purse store opens in downtown Norwich

NORWICH – “One bag, endless possibilities.” That’s the tag line for “The Miche Bag,” a purse that can become many with the quick change of an outer shell. Debbie Meccariello ... read more...


Guilford Historical Society publishes new book

GUILFORD – Everyone has been waiting in anticipation for the Guilford Historical Society’s latest edition of the cemetery books. “From the Hills of North Guilford” is finally ... read more...


Opinion

‘Tis A Puzzlement

This has been a puzzle to me for 50 years: So many Americans fall in love with communist thugs.  They did with Stalin in the 30s and 40s. While he bulldozed millions of innoc... read more...


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