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Record-breaking year for Oxford police department

OXFORD – The Village of Oxford Police Department saw a record breaking number of arrests and complaints in 2009, citing a number of felony investigations and an increasing tre... read more...


Millie retires, diner changes hands

NORWICH – Millie’s Diner, a long-time city fixture, officially closed its doors yesterday, but will reopen next Tuesday, Februrary 23, under new ownership, according to longti... read more...


No candidates for interim supervisor in Columbus

COLUMBUS – Appointing someone to fill in as interim county supervisor from now until the fall is proving difficult for the Town of Columbus Council, as no potential candidates... read more...


Hangar space for possible business still in negotiations

NORWICH – High insurance costs are threatening a money-making opportunity for the county at the Lt. Warren E. Eaton/Chenango County Airport. Airport Administrator Don MacInto... read more...


Six arrrested in narcotics probe

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Department is reporting that six people, five from Norwich, were arrested Friday as the result of an investigation into the distributio... read more...


Four stabbed in downtown Norwich; two arrested

NORWICH – The Norwich Police Department has arrested two people in connection with an altercation that led to several people receiving stab and slash wounds Saturday night. At... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Norwich’s Ostrom just getting better and better

Some people work their entire lives to get to the point where Norwich senior Trey Ostrom is now as a swimmer. And most never do achieve what Ostrom accomplished last weekend a... read more...


Oxford girls rebound

Girls’ Basketball Oxford 56, Unatego 42 OTEGO – Coming off a disheartening divisional playoff loss to Harpursville two days earlier, Oxford jumped out to an early lead aga... read more...


Greene girls in MAC title game rematch with Harpursville

ONEONTA – In a season where it won a division title, a Section IV championship, and a final four appearance in the state playoffs, one of Greene’s few blemishes on last year’s... read more...


Opinion

Unlikely allies promote policy change

“Twenty years ago, the military were strong advocates of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell,’ when I was secretary of defense,” Dick Cheney said last Sunday on ABC News, “I think things h... read more...


Entertainment

New Berlin Art Forum presents Irish musicians on March 13

NEW BERLIN – The New Berlin Art Forum presents Traditional Irish Instrumental Music by Local Seisún to be performed in New Berlin Saturday, March 13, beginning at 7 p.m. at t... read more...


Irish Tenors bring ‘Druid’ to Norwich March 4

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces the return of The Three Irish Tenors in their new production entitled DRUID, on Thursday, March 4 at 7 p.... read more...


DVD Patrol

Ready, Patrollers?! The DVD Patrol salutes our great country this week because not only did we honor some Presidents this week but our great nation has just started the Winter... read more...


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