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Accident ties up traffic at Walmart intersection

NORWICH – The glare of the afternoon sun may be to blame for a two car collision which took place shortly after 3 p.m. on Tuesday at the intersection of Route 12 and Upper Rav... read more...


Rash of arrests in the last year prove heroin becoming a problem in Chenango

While alcohol, domestic violence and marijuana-related crimes still keep police busy, another alarming element has reared its ugly head in the last year – Heroin. Local law en... read more...


United Way campaign at 56 percent of goal

CHENANGO COUNTY – The Chenango United Way has surpassed the half way point both in the timeline for their annual fundraising campaign and in their progress toward this year’s ... read more...


Sealed drug indictment includes several high-level felonies

NORWICH – Last week, prosecutors revealed a sealed grand jury indictment accusing a man of participating in a Norwich drug operation in which more than $25,000 in cocaine and ... read more...


S-E reviews administrative structure

SHERBURNE – In lieu of an official meeting, members of the Sherburne-Earlville Central School Board of Education invited district administrators into small committees Monday e... read more...


Sports

UV-E Pee Wee football program honored

The New Berlin Rotary recently recognized the Unadilla Valley-Edmeston Pee Wee footbal program, and presented volunteers with the Service Above Selff Volunteer Award. Voluntee... read more...


Community

Flu concerns cancel Breakfast with Santa

NORWICH – The Auxiliary to Chenango Memorial Hospital has canceled its annual “Breakfast with Santa” at the hospital due to the recent outbreak of H1N1 flu (Swine Flu).  Janet... read more...


H1N1 clinic for pregnant women

NORWICH – The Chenango County Health Department will be holding a H1N1 Flu Clinic for pregnant women ONLY, on Nov. 24 from 9 to 11 a.m. The clinic will be held at the County ... read more...


25th Annual free Thanksgiving dinner planned in Oxford

OXFORD – The Oxford and McDonough Communities are invited to the 25th annual Free Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 26, served from noon to 1 p.m. Since 1984, the Church ... read more...


Sherburne continues Thanksgiving feast for the public

SHERBURNE – Continuing a tradition begun more than two decades ago, the Sherburne Lions Club and community volunteers will carve up the turkey and spread out the trimmings and... read more...


Westlake Village offers opportunity to stretch food dollars

SHERBURNE – Westlake Village in Sherburne brings the Food Bank of Central New York’s Food $en$e Program to area residents. The Food $en$e program is designed to increase self... read more...


Opinion

Enjoy the gift of corpses this holiday season

About two weeks ago, I started noticing ads for a movie that opens Thanksgiving Day. It is the soft-focus, romantic holiday comedy, “Ninja Assassin.” Too bad the ad is filled ... read more...


Let justice be done even though the heavens fall

Soon Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other men allegedly involved in the World Trade Center attacks will be arriving in our state. As federal prosecutors prepare to take the f... read more...


Entertainment

Artwork auction benefits Colorscape

NORWICH – Time is running out to buy a raffle ticket for your chance to win an original signed painting from nationally-renowned abstract expressionist painter Jonas Gerard. T... read more...


Dates set for Perch Derby

NEW BERLIN – The Oxford Lions Club is pleased to announce the date for 11th Chenango Lake Perch Derby is set for Feb. 6, 2010 with a postponement date of Feb. 20. Last year th... read more...


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