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Standoff suspect had a recent run-in with the law

BAINBRIDGE – A Bainbridge man charged with assaulting his wife after a three-hour standoff Thursday had another recent run-in with the law – he was arrested less than two wee... read more...


Standoff in Bainbridge ends in surrender

BAINBRIDGE – A three-hour standoff between New York State Police and a Bainbridge man who was allegedly holding his wife against her will ended without shots being fired. At ... read more...


County waiting for fire departments to comply with new radio requirements

NORWICH – Only six of 21 municipal fire departments in Chenango County have purchased radios and radio frequencies that will be compatible with the county’s new emergency mana... read more...


Hit & run suspect caught on video

NORWICH – The Norwich Police Department said they have a surveillance video showing a vehicle involved in Wednesday’s hit and run accident and the recording available to the... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Runyon deserving of every honor and accolade

Hannah Runyon is setting an early pace for Norwich that may be impossible to maintain. Then again, those who understand her dedication to basketball, may believe that anything... read more...


Norwich native works with “Littlest” golfers

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – The Littlest Golfer Inc. is pleased to announce its new partnership with PGA Professional Brendon Elliott, Head Golf Pro at the historic Winter Park Country ... read more...


Makos, Trojans improve to 2-0

Boys’ Swimming ABGHS 85, Cooperstown 77 AFTON – In spite of winning just two of the 11 events, the Makos’ superior depth gave it an eight-point win over Cooperstown Thursd... read more...


Community

CMH wraps up in-house United Way campaign while horsing around

NORWICH – The Chenango United Way raced towards its goal Tuesday, literally. Five extremely agile Chenango Memorial Hospital employees competed for sponsorships to conclude th... read more...


Opinion

It’s OK for Superman to cry

We met Joe Gonzalez at a golf outing for wounded veterans last summer. Outside, he seemed in good shape, trim and tanned as he swatted balls off a practice tee. His calf muscl... read more...


Entertainment

Voices of Tabernacle perform Saturday concert

Voices of Tabernacle, under the direction of Anita Hummer, will present their annual Holiday Concert, “Contemporary Choral,” at 3 p.m. Saturday. It will be held at the Sherbur... read more...


Earlville Opera House Holiday Tea Sunday

EARLVILLE – Rejoice in the season at the historic Earlville Opera House where you are invited to a Holiday Tea on Sunday from 2-4 p.m. in conjunction with our holiday sale. De... read more...


SMTS performs a reading of “A Christmas Carol”

SHERBURNE – Sherburne Music-Theater Society will be continuing their Play Reading series with a performance of the Charles Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol. The performanc... read more...


Mid-York Shining Brass performs Sunday concert

SHERBURNE – The brass instrument and sounds of Christmas seem made for each other. For proof, you need only travel to the lovely United Church of Christ in Sherburne this Sund... read more...


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