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Fate of mare in drive-by shooting still up in the air

NORWICH – A white Arabian mare who was shot as she stood quietly outside of a Town of Norwich barn is still fighting for her life. “We really don’t know. The vet said if thin... read more...


Norwich finishes eighth at Carrier Dome

NORWICH – The Norwich Purple Tornado Field Band wrapped up their fall season at the state championships at Syracuse Carrier Dome on Sunday. Norwich’s final performance of the... read more...


DEC extends comment period for drilling regulations

ALBANY – In answer to numerous calls from state representatives and environmentalists groups, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation today announced it ha... read more...


Chenango Equalization Rates

Equalization rates, as prepared by the New York State Board of Real Property Services: City of Norwich 60.00 Town of Afton 57.72 Town of Bainbridge ... read more...


County tries to keep tax increase under 1 percent

NORWICH – It took more surplus than members of the Chenango County Finance Committee were comfortable with, $1.34 million to be exact, but proposing a 2010 budget that calls f... read more...


Sherburne votes are in

SHERBURNE - It’s a day late, but the unofficial count is in for two seats on the Sherburne Town Council. Incumbent Republican Charles A. Mastro tallied the most votes, 328. R... read more...


Sports

Why are stand hunters seeing fewer deer?

With the bowhunting season in full swing, it’s noteworthy that the vast majority of bowhunters opt to do their hunting from tree stands. There are several advantages to doing ... read more...


Greene reaches Section IV finals

Boys’ Soccer Greene 3, Delhi 0 DELHI – Delhi may have earned the higher seed and a home game in the playoffs, but it was the Trojans who once again proved they were superi... read more...


Community

Little Dolphins

The Norwich Family YMCA holds swimming lessons for nursery school-aged kids every week. Wednesday morning, instructors were showing their young charges the basics.... read more...


Opinion

The Albedo Principle

Once upon a time, just like a starry-eyed kid in a 1950s musical, I came to New York to seek fame and fortune. My first job was as a book club correspondent. My name was “Thom... read more...


The true meaning of community

Since returning to this area last year, I’ve done some reflecting on what it means to be part of a community. I thought I had a pretty good idea of the concept as a whole, unt... read more...


Entertainment

The Singing Boys of Pennsylvania perform in New Berlin Nov. 15

NEW BERLIN – The New Berlin Art Forum is pleased to present The Singing Boys of Pennsylvania in concert Sunday, Nov. 15 at 4 p.m. in the sanctuary of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Ch... read more...


“Local Heroes” honored in benefit concert

NORWICH – On Aug.13, 2009, 11-year-old Kaitlyn Jackson, (from Norwich) had the opportunity to open for Nashville Country Stars: Mark Will, Jeff Bates, and Trent Willmon at th... read more...


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