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Still some hope for downtown grocery

NORWICH – Due to the efforts of Sen. Charles E. Schumer, Norwich residents and employees of P&C have a little breathing room concerning the announced closing of the downtown g... read more...


Nursing union begins investigation of labor practices at CMH

NORWICH – An investigation has begun into charges of unfair labor practices at Chenango Memorial Hospital. Service Employees International Union #1199 Organizer Rick Oppedisa... read more...


Sherburne Big M completes acquisition of former Great American store

SHERBURNE – The Village of Sherburne will welcome a newly-expanded and relocated Big M grocery store this coming spring. Manager and owner Jim Fowler said the acquisition of ... read more...


Two-car accident closes section of East River Road; city police involved

NORTH NORWICH – A five year-old boy is in “serious” condition after being ejected from a vehicle during a two-car collision on County Road 32 this morning, according to the Ne... read more...


Accused drug dealer charged with beating fellow inmate at county jail

NORWICH – An accused heroin dealer incarcerated at the Chenango County Correctional Facility was charged with felony assault Dec. 31 after allegedly fighting with another inma... read more...


Tops to buy Penn Traffic's supermarkets

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Tops Friendly Markets says it will buy all of Penn Traffic's supermarkets. Syracuse-based Penn Traffic filed for bankruptcy in November and moved to ... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: B-G’s Vandermark on the fast track to success

As a transfer from Delhi, Bainbridge-Guilford sophomore Shania Vandermark took the fast track to the varsity level. Coming off a strong first varsity basketball season a year ... read more...


Five local gridders named to all-state teams

SYRACUSE – The New York State Sportswriters Association announced its 2009 Class B, C, and D all-state football teams this week, and five Chenango County athletes – each one a... read more...


Norwich wrestlers make strides in loss to Windsor

Wrestling Windsor 54, Norwich 12 NORWICH – Norwich was unable to make it two dual meet wins in three days, but showed improvement in spite of a lopsided final score, said ... read more...


Community

Tea Party Patriots hold constitutional workshop

NORWICH – The Norwich Tea Party Patriots will sponsor a two-part Constitution Workshop in two parts from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 9 and Saturday, Jan. 16. Both work... read more...


Opinion

Face of the nation, face of the world

As we recently boarded a plane in Jamaica after a family vacation, our three small grandsons were patted down – twice – by security agents. After we landed, late at night, hau... read more...


Entertainment

EOH galleries open new exhibits for the New Year

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House Arts Center opens two new exhibits: Lynn Cazabon’s  “The Archive’s Shadow” in the West Gallery and Rachel Abrams’ “Biological Accumulatio... read more...


DVD Patrol

Welcome to 2010, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is back recovering from all the gifts and parties just to name a few. Your main winter guy, the Toddster, is right in there braving... read more...


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