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McNeil, Sutton face off for City Supervisor

NORWICH – For a second time, Republican Scott M. Sutton will take on Democrat incumbent Supervisor James J. McNeil for ward supervisor in the county’s seat. The Norwich chirop... read more...


Everyone’s running unopposed in McDonough

McDONOUGH – In the Town of McDonough, the town’s supervisor, two town councilmen, the clerk and highway superintendent are all running for re-election without opposition. Sup... read more...


Iannello seeks another term in New Berlin

NEW BERLIN – In this year’s election season, New Berlin’s unopposed town supervisor says the challenges for the community are an unpredictable economy, dropping state aid and ... read more...


NBT Bancorp, Inc. announces third quarter earnings

NORWICH – NBT Bancorp Inc. has reported that net income for the three months ending Sept. 30, 2009 was $13.6 million, down 10 percent from the same quarter last year. Net inco... read more...


Races for council, highway in Pharsalia this year

PHARSALIA – There are two races in the Town of Pharsalia this election year, one for two seats on the town council and the other for highway superintendent. Democrat Dennis O... read more...


Kreiner unopposed for Plymouth supervisor post

PLYMOUTH – Republican Jerry L. Kreiner, 41, of state Highway 23 in South Plymouth, is running unopposed for town supervisor, a position he has held for five, two-year terms. K... read more...


In Smyrna, it’s a rematch race for town supervisor

SMYRNA – Two experienced town leaders – one past, one present – are facing each other for the third time in six years this election, both seeking the Smyrna Supervisor’s posit... read more...


Sports

Senior swimmer honored

Before Norwich’s final home swimming meet earlier this month, senior Makenzie Williams was recognized along with her parents, Jan and Jim Williams. (Frank Speziale Photo)... read more...


LaFever scores 300 game

LONG WAIT OVER – Don LaFever of Norwich, bowling in the Industrial League at Plaza Lanes in Norwich, recorded his first career 300 game on Oct. 13. Nearing 70 years old, LaFev... read more...


Community

Puckering up for a good cause

Margaret Hoose, Early Childhood advisor at Norwich’s Morrisville State College campus, made good on a bet Monday morning by puckering up for a pig. Last year, Morrisville stud... read more...


Opinion

Old friends

The tied threads of life unravel in ways you’d never expect. Some of the tightest-holding strands I’ve doubted and a few of those I thought would last forever are loose. Our ... read more...


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