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County workers fill new West Park Place despite a few move-in kinks

NORWICH – While an official open house won’t be held until the second week in March, 31 employees of the Chenango County Department of Social Services have moved across Court ... read more...


American Legion to host fundraiser for wounded soldier

SIDNEY – A fundraiser to assist an injured soldier, and Afton graduate, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Sidney American Legion. Spc. Matthew Cooke, a victim of the No... read more...


Jury clears man of felony, but convicts him of lesser drinking and driving charge

NORWICH – Deliberating for a little over an hour Wednesday, a jury found an Oxford man not guilty of felony driving while intoxicated, but guilty of driving while ability imp... read more...


Sports

Wildlife adapts to change, most people don't

If you've been watching the local Central New York news lately, you may have seen segments on coyotes roaming around residential suburban areas. Most recently there have been ... read more...


Elmira whips Norwich boys, 68-44

ELMIRA – Norwich coach Mark Abbott drew some solace from Wednesday night’s STAC semifinals playoff loss at Elmira Southside. “We’ve played at a very high level for a long tim... read more...


Hancock stuns Greene boys

Boys’ Basketball Hancock 63, Greene 62 (OT) GREENE – Evan Whitmore finished with 25 points for Hancock, and hit a game-winning baseline jumper with under 15 seconds to pla... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: Bainbridge High School – Part II

In the previous article the early educational history of the Village of Bainbridge was documented from material forwarded to my attention by Charles Decker, Afton Historian. T... read more...


Afton shows kids a healthier lifestyle at Wellness Fair

AFTON – Afton elementary students had the chance to learn about heart health, nutrition and wellness on Friday as the school hosted its first ever Wellness Fair. “I just love... read more...


NBT accepting customer donations for Haiti relief

NORWICH – NBT Bank offices are accepting customer donations to support the American Red Cross International Response Fund. The Red Cross is using this fund to aid earthquake v... read more...


Opinion

Single-d out

Last week, as Valentine’s Day approached, I was asked by an attached co-worker what exactly singles like me do on this lover’s holiday. Cry, I said. I was particularly proud... read more...


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