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New Berlin's paid ambulance service growing in strength

NEW BERLIN – In January 2007, the emergency medical services (EMS) of Chenango County were dealt a serious blow with the announcement that Superior Ambulance was pulling out o... read more...


Driver at accident scene gets violent with cops

NORWICH – Norwich Police Officers responding to a two-car accident this morning were involved in an altercation with one of the vehicle’s drivers. He’s now been charged with a... read more...


New Greene business taps into zen philosophy

GREENE – Zen. Even the word itself conjures images of the calm and serenity, harmony and enlightenment, nature and inner peace often identified with the Eastern school of thou... read more...


Commerce Chenango holds 2010 Economic Forecast breakfast

NORWICH – Commerce Chenango and NBT Bank will present the Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast at Howard Johnson’s in Norwich on Feb. 10. Kent Gardner, Ph.D., President & Chi... read more...


Amanda’s Law makes carbon monoxide detectors mandatory

NORWICH – On Feb. 22, Amanda’s Law will take effect throughout New York State, requiring the installation of carbon monoxide detectors in new and existing homes statewide. Ac... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Flanagan keeping everything in perspective

For every successful sports program, there has to be a first. For Greene, who have ruled boys’ swimming in the Midstate Athletic Conference for half a decade and currently hol... read more...


Cooperstown ends S-E’s title hopes

Boys’ Basketball Cooperstown 54, Sherburne-Earlville 50 COOPERSTOWN – Cooperstown snagged the lead from S-E with a quick start to the third quarter, and ended S-E’s Center... read more...


Oxford girls capture first MAC volleyball title

HARPURSVILLE – Oxford’s volleyball team captured its first Midstate Athletic Conference Division II title earlier this week against Harpursville. Deanna Jones had a team-high... read more...


Opinion

Sticking to the fax

I’m pretty much known as a technophile around the office, evidenced by my near-euphoria over Apple’s announcement of its latest gadget, the iPad. (I must have one. Now.) My st... read more...


Entertainment

6OTS Presents an Evening with Chris Shaw

OXFORD - This Saturday, February 6th, 7:30 PM, 6 On The Square (6OTS) invites you to spend an evening with Adirondack singer, songwriter and storyteller extraordinaire, Christ... read more...


Garnet Rogers opens EOH Arts Café spring season

EARLVILLE –  The Earlville Opera House opens its Spring Season with Garnet Rogers performing on Friday at 8 p.m. in the Arts Café.  Melodic and joyful; poetically lonesome; ou... read more...


DVD Patrol

Get ready, Patrollers! We have to be very, very quiet. The DVD Patrol is hiding because we’re on the hunt for some new DVDs after our special field trip to Pennsylvania this w... read more...


Manhattan String Quartet coming to Norwich Feb. 20

NORWICH –The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces the first performance in its third Chamber Music Series. The Manhattan String Quartet will perform in the... read more...


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