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Eaton Center evacuated after transformer fire

NORWICH – An minor explosion and fire took place in The Eaton Center’s basement Thursday morning at around 9:50. Chenango County Fire Coordinator Matthew L. Beckwith reported... read more...


Rollover in North Norwich slows Rt. 12 traffic

NORTH NORWICH – Traffic along state Highway 12 between North Norwich and Sherburne was slowed to one lane for about an hour this morning after a woman lost control of her spor... read more...


More than $18,000 in merchandise stolen from New Berlin Quickway

NEW BERLIN – Police are searching for information on a New Berlin gas station burglary in which the suspect(s) made off with over $18,000 in merchandise. The New York State P... read more...


Spryn retires from county's Mental Hygiene Dept.

NORWICH – Chenango County Mental Hygiene Services Director Mary Ann Spryn will retire Feb. 27 after 21 years of public service. Spryn unofficially announced her decision in e... read more...


Arcuri in Norwich today for economic roundtable

NORWICH – Congressman Mike Arcuri (D-NY) is scheduled to meet with a group of local leaders today to discuss the economic issues and concerns of Chenango County and the area’s... read more...


Collison appointed as Norwich interim business manager

NORWICH – The Norwich City School District’s Board of Education has appointed an interim business official to guide the district through the transition period surrounding the ... read more...


Sports

Budget cuts will hit conservation projects hard

No one needs to be reminded that we’re in the midst of some tough economic times. Unemployment hovers around double-digit levels, families struggle to pay their bills, taxes k... read more...


Vikings’ rally comes up short against DeRuyter

Girls’ Basketball DeRuyter 33, Otselic Valley 26 DERUYTER – DeRuyter six-footer Jolene Cox had a big third quarter for the Rockets, who staved off OV’s fourth-quarter come... read more...


Community

Cub Scouts celebrate 100 years

NORWICH – Local Cub Scout Pack 62 has a number of activities planned for the winter of 2010, in celebration of the 100-year anniversary of Cub Scouts of America, as part of th... read more...


The Place honors longtime volunteer Robert Handy at annual meeting

NORWICH – On Monday, Jan. 11, the Board of Directors, Executive Director, and staff of The Christian Neighborhood Center of Norwich (AKA The Place) honored long time board mem... read more...


Sherburne moving to paid ambulance service Feb. 1

Editor, Beginning Feb. 1, 2010 the Village of Sherburne Ambulance will bill for transports of patients to the hospital to offset the costs of future paid staff. The funds gen... read more...


Plymouth District #14 – The Return

The never ending quest for historical information may be compared to a “bottomless well” as all historians will attest, “You never know what you will find.” Such is the case w... read more...


Opinion

That’s the way the cookie crumbles

I’ve spent the last couple of weeks formulating today’s column in my mind. My intention, you see, was to talk about Progress and how much I had learned about the businesses, o... read more...


Entertainment

Wildlife artist Raymond Sahtila featured in Arts Council exhibit

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces the opening of its fourth exhibit of the 2009-2010 season. Noted wildlife artist Raymond Sahtila will pr... read more...


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