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Greene leaders tackle school budget

GREENE – Back in January, when the governor’s executive budget proposal was first unveiled, Greene Superintendent Jonathan Retz vowed to shield taxpayers as much as possible f... read more...


Man accused of running from police twice

GREENE – A man who was wanted on felony charges allegedly fought with Broome County Sheriff’s deputies during his arrest and then two hours later, tried to escape from the Gre... read more...


Sherburne Fire Chief, mayoral challenger makes case for new trucks

SHERBURNE – Two new fire trucks could make their way to the Village of Sherburne sometime next year. Volunteer Fire Chief Pat Lawrence, who will challenge Mayor William Acee ... read more...


March 16 election sees races for village mayor, trustees

SHERBURNE – Village of Sherburne voters will have a choice between candidates for mayor and for trustee seats when they go to the polls March 16. Sherburne Village Fire Chief... read more...


Sports

Lawsuit may expose nation’s richest animal rights outfit’s true nature

Recently the parent company for Ringling Brothers circus, Feld Entertainment, filed a lawsuit against the Humane Society of the United States (HUSUS) and its components, char... read more...


Greene nipped by Tioga in Class C playoffs

Girls’ Basketball Tioga 31, Greene 29 TIOGA – Greene played well enough to win but struggled mightily with its shooting in a Class C sectional playoff loss to top-seeded T... read more...


Community

YMCA hosts first chili cook-off

YMCA Youth and Family Director Bonnie Tiffany presents Mary Nezat with the first prize trophy, in the family category, for its first ever Chili Cook-Off. The event raised over... read more...


SchoolHouse Kitchen announces debut of Anytime Spreadable Fruits

BROOKLYN – SchoolHouse Kitchen condiments, created by local entrepreneur and long-time Norwich resident Patsy Smith, recently debuted a new line of spreadable fruits. The An... read more...


Schools of the Past: Bainbridge District #3 – Bennettsville and District #4 – Dyer or Shaffer

It is regrettable for historians in their never ending research, that such an important role that the one-room schools had is only partially documented. Over the course of the... read more...


Norwich marks World Day of Prayer tomorrow

NORWICH – The annual ecumenical 2010 World Day of Prayer service and luncheon  will be held this year at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, corner of W. Main and Elm St. in Norwich on... read more...


Opinion

Kicking and screaming all the way

It has always been impossible for me to think about my favorite writers without imagining them hunched over manuscripts, their brains filled with plots, characters, and climax... read more...


Will closing Bowman balance the state budget?

New York State’s budget deficit is projected to be a whopping $8.2 billion. Those are hard numbers for me to conceptualize, but it certainly drives home the fact that we need ... read more...


Entertainment

Norwich City Schools hosts Music in Our Schools concert

The Norwich City School District presented its “Music in Our Schools Month” concert Wednesday night. Above, Mary Mayo directs the High School combined choirs in “Make A Joyful... read more...


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