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Valley Ridge to retain oversight group

NORWICH – Chenango County won’t be without its own Valley Ridge watchdog group despite the treatment center’s recent consolidation with Broome Developmental Disabilities Servi... read more...


Nothing small about town politics in Guilford

GUILFORD – The Guilford political has heated up this year, as two candidates vie for the town’s top position and five are competing for two open council seats. George J. Sene... read more...


Decker, others unopposed in North Norwich

NORTH NORWICH – North Norwich Supervisor Richard Decker says he’s concerned over the unpredictable economics coming from Albany lately, but overall, the impact to the Town of ... read more...


Two vie for 6th Ward Alderman seat

NORWICH – When asked why voters should re-elect him, 6th Ward Alderman Robert Jeffrey said: “I want to continue to serve the people of the 6th Ward to improve and keep our nei... read more...


Johnson faces Hayes in Smithville race

SMITHVILLE – A total of 12 candidates will be on Smithville’s ballot as residents decide who will fill seven town positions on Nov.3. In the race for town supervisor, incumbe... read more...


Sports

Grid Forecast: How much value is placed on senior leadership?

Coaches talk about it all the time: Leadership and team leaders. It typically comes from seniors, although a strong-willed junior may sometimes take the reins and guide a t... read more...


Athletes of the Week: Loomis, Stewart living up to

While it may be a bit much to call the Stewarts’ participation in Norwich tennis a dynasty, there certainly is a long-standing legacy, especially when it comes to doubles play... read more...


Mistakes costly for Oxford gridders

OXFORD – Oxford experienced the highest of highs after a goal line stand before surrendering to the shallowest of low feelings a mere moment later. Moravia’s Cody Langtry rec... read more...


Community

Gibson elementary students donate to charity

Representatives from the Emanuel Episcopal Church Food Pantry visited Stanford Gibson Elementary School this week to pick up boxes of food collected for them by first graders ... read more...


Oxford sends message to bullies

OXFORD – No one needs to tell students what bullying is. They see it everyday in the hallways, in locker rooms, on the playground, in classrooms, in emails, text messages, and... read more...


Opinion

Here’s to the ladies who lunch

RALEIGH, N.C. – October can be a great month for the Ladies who Lunch. The food might not be particularly filling, but the stories of people helped by the women sitting around... read more...


Entertainment

Take a look at our favorite scary movies ... if you dare

It was a dark and stormy night ... and the scariest night of the year is upon us. So it’s only fitting that it’s time to have a good scare and the best thing to do for that is... read more...


Pumpkin Festival releases official count

NORWICH – Grown by Allyn Proskine and carved by artist Mark Ross, this giant pumpkin was one of thousands on display at last weekend’s Norwich Pumpkin Festival. Event coordina... read more...


Chenango Blues Association hosts free Halloween party

NORWICH – The 17th Chenango Blues Festival was a great success, and that success was rooted in two things: great musical talent and great community support.  “When the Honey... read more...


Earlville Opera House hosts scary events

EARLVILLE – If scary witches and ghosts send shivers up your spine, perhaps you had better avoid the Earlville Opera House on Friday, Oct. 30 from 7-9 p.m. On the other hand,... read more...


Greene community comes together for H’ween weekend

GREENE – Eggs and shaving cream have become almost synonymous with Halloween in many municipalities, with pranksters trying their best to put the “trick” in trick or treat. Th... read more...


SMTS spins tales of terror

SHERBURNE – Sherburne Music-Theater Society will spin four of the ghostly tales of horror masters Edgar Allan Poe and H. P. Lovecraft in its performance of Tales to Chill the ... read more...


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