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UV adopts budget; parents want to know about sports

NEW BERLIN – The Unadilla Valley School Board unanimously adopted the 2010-2011 budget at a meeting Thursday, in which a number of students and parents raised concern over cut... read more...


Schuchman to take on leadership of Norwich High School next year

NORWICH – Norwich Middle School Principal Lisa Schuchman will assume a new role next year, one which will involve oversight of the district’s entire middle and high school cam... read more...


Tea Party convenes in Norwich

Mike Boyce, Matt Ward and Jim Sliney took part in the Norwich Tea Party Patriots’ “Tax Day Tea Party” Thursday in East Side Park. The all-day gathering featured several guest ... read more...


Unemployment ticks slightly up in March after two months of lows

NORWICH – Chenango County’s unemployment statistics in March improved over the past two months when record highs were reported. The county’s jobless rate was 9.9 percent in M... read more...


Chenango County’s Medicaid recipients have doubled since 1999

NORWICH – The number of Medicaid recipients in Chenango County has doubled over the past decade, according to a report by the Department of Social Services Commissioner, Bette... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Greene's Rebecca Hanrahan

Greene’s softball team is off to one of its best starts in the program’s history, and sophomore pitcher Rebecca Hanrahan’s success mirrors that of her team. Hanrahan struck o... read more...


Norwich track sweeps Seton

Norwich 120, Seton Catholic Central 12 (boys) Norwich 81, Seton Catholic Central 54 (girls) NORWICH – Norwich’s boys went nearly unchallenged in claiming a second meet win o... read more...


Marauders come up one run shy

Baseball Mt. Markham 6, S-E 5 WEST WINFIELD – Sherburne-Earlville scored two runs in the seventh to force extra innings, but came up on the short side in an eight-inning l... read more...


Community

Never too soon to start thinking about summer camp

NORWICH – For both parents and kids, it’s never too early to start thinking about plans for the summer. Parents want to be sure their children are safe, supervised, and engage... read more...


Opinion

Think like an immigrant

“To keep my edge, I must think and act like an immigrant.” Those are the words of Omid Kordestani, who was born in Iran, moved to California as a teenager, and became a senior... read more...


Entertainment

Local band to make first public appearance tonight

NORWICH – Fans of the classic and modern rock genres will have the opportunity to experience the “versatile and eclectic” sounds of the area’s newest music ensemble this Frida... read more...


S-E shows puppets in Hamilton

HAMILTON – Students at the Sherburne-Earlville Elementary School will exhibit puppets created in their art class at The Palace Theater in Hamilton. Inspired by the Cashore Mar... read more...


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