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Punxsutawney Phil predicts 6 more weeks of winter

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) — The groundhog has spoken. And it’s bad news. Punxsutawney Phil has emerged to see his shadow before chilly revelers in Pennsylvania, meaning winter w... read more...


Oxford’s bridge project delayed

OXFORD – It will be close to a year before work will begin to replace the deteriorating 56-year old bridge which serves as the only link between the Village of Oxford’s east a... read more...


Greene Police Dept. says serious crime continues to fall

GREENE – The Greene Police Department saw an increase in the number of calls it responded to in 2009, but made fewer arrests and issued fewer traffic tickets. “A lot of what... read more...


Spryn asked to stay on during department’s transition

NORWICH – Two employee departures in the county’s mental health department have resulted in lawmakers asking one to stay on board longer in order to transition new personnel. ... read more...


Sports

Big 4th quarter not enough for Tornado

Girls’ Basketball Owego 48, Norwich 42 OWEGO – One terrific offensive quarter for Norwich was not enough to overcome three subpar stanzas as the Tornado fell below .500 fo... read more...


Seedings for Section IV Wrestling Tournaments

Norwich earned four number one seeds, and B-G/Afton had three at this weekend’s Class B wrestling tournament at Oneonta, while Greene tops the Class C ranks with five number o... read more...


Community

Auxiliary’s donation aids Chenango Memorial projects

NORWICH –Chenango Memorial Hospital’s Auxiliary Board President Marilyn Quinney recently presented a check for $50,000 to Dr. Drake Lamen, President and CEO of Chenango Memori... read more...


Norwich PTSA celebrates Founders Day Thursday

NORWICH – The Norwich PTSA will host a Founders Day Celebration at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 4 at the Norwich Middle School in honor of the founders of the first parent-teacher... read more...


Opinion

e-Readin’, e-Writin’ and e-Rithmatic

Roger, like a lot of people this year, got a Kindle for Christmas. For those of you who came in late, Amazon’s Kindle is a hand-held computer that lets you read books on a whi... read more...


Making a local living

There are these observations I’d like to share, perspectives really. They aren’t meant to direct you to some conclusion the author has intended. They’re just some of the thing... read more...


Entertainment

Norwich native musician returns for Friday show

NORWICH – Friday night will find former Norwich resident Denny McCormick performing in his hometown for the first time in decades. The long-time New York City resident will re... read more...


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