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Penn Traffic files Chapter 11, will sell P&C stores

SYRACUSE (AP) – The Penn Traffic Co., a supermarket operator in the Northeastern U.S., filed for Chapter 11 Wednesday with plans to sell off its stores and other assets. The ... read more...


Oxford couple shares how they quit the habit

OXFORD – Today marks American Cancer Society’s 34th annual Great American Smokeout, a day that encourages smokers nationwide to take the first steps in quitting for a lifetime... read more...


West Park office occupancy hinges on state

NORWICH – Chenango County Department of Social Services Commissioner Bette Osborne said she must wait for a certificate of occupancy before moving her staff across the street ... read more...


County fulfills obligation to museum project

NORWICH – Chenango County has fulfilled its four-year, $100,000 promise of financial support of the building and renovation project underway at the Chenango County Historical ... read more...


Norwich resumes high school principal search

NORWICH – In less than two weeks, the Norwich City School District will resume its search for a high school principal. According to a timeline prepared by Superintendent Gera... read more...


Morrisville hosts H1N1 clinic

NORWICH – The Norwich Branch Campus of Morrisville State College will hold a free H1N1 vaccine clinic from 2 to 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 23. The clinic will distribute the nas... read more...


Code enforcement costing county more

NORWICH – Though it represents one of the smallest budgets in Chenango County, local taxpayers will be hit with a 58 percent increase for code enforcement next year. Revenues... read more...


Sports

Differing opinions on Saturday openers for deer hunting

For many avid hunters, the good news is the regular deer season in our region opens on Saturday. But for a few, that's also the bad news. Why the difference in opinions? It's ... read more...


Norwich swimmers honored at banquet

Norwich varsity swimmers (from the left), Makenzie Williams, Sara Loomis, and Catherine Eaton picked up awards at the season-ending banquet Wednesday at Norwich High School. W... read more...


Norwich bowlers blanked by Windsor

WINDSOR – Norwich was slow out of the gates, and Windsor’s Tim Gaige was nearly perfect at the start as the Black Knights blanked the Tornado bowlers, 5-0 on Wednesday. Gaige... read more...


Community

Eat dessert first: Oxford Youth Center fundraiser encourages people

OXFORD – While there will be plenty of decadent baked goods on sale during the Oxford Community Youth Center’s fundraiser on Friday, make no mistake – this event is definitely... read more...


Opinion

Premature decoration

When I think of Christmas, I think of the warmth and good cheer of the holiday season. Whether it’s curling up in front of the fire with a mug of hot cocoa, or layering up in ... read more...


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