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State officials say drilling regulations delayed again

NORWICH – Recent comments from New York Governor David Paterson and the chief spokesman for the state’s environmental conservation department point to a further delay in the r... read more...


Cornelius named dean of Morrisville State’s Norwich campus

MORRISVILLE – Marsha L. Cornelius has been appointed dean of Morrisville State College’s branch campus in Norwich. Provost and Vice President for academic affairs, James Van R... read more...


Team Amy’s Army marches to raise money for brain tumor research

NEW BERLIN – For the last year, Betsey Baio has worn a gray gel bracelet with the word’s “Team Amy” inscribed in purple as a show of support for Amy Brillinger Pole. “Her spi... read more...


Greene to see largest levy increase in recent years

GREENE – Despite more than $880,000 in cuts to programs and staffing, Greene taxpayers will face a 2.88 percent increase in the property tax levy this year. The hike is the la... read more...


American Cancer Society announces national cancer prevention study

NORWICH – County residents, and participants in this year’s Relay For Life, will have the opportunity to take part in a national study conducted by the Department of Epidemiol... read more...


Sports

Every Greene player drives in a run

Baseball Greene 16, Whitney Point 6 WHITNEY POINT – All 10 players on the Greene roster Thursday afternoon had an RBI, and the Trojans pulled away with nine runs in the se... read more...


Red Bulls partner with Chenango Soccer Club

SECAUCUS, N.J. – Red Bull New York is excited to announce a partnership with Chenango Soccer Club to offer a one-week youth soccer camp program. The partnership will bring a ... read more...


Community

Oxford’s Arbor Day plans set; which evergreen seedling is for you?

OXFORD – The Oxford Village Tree Board met on April 8th and firmed up plans for the 17th annual “Tree City USA” Arbor Day Celebration. The date will be Saturday, May 1, at 9 a... read more...


Opinion

Government is us, not them

The number is startling. Only 22 percent of Americans “trust the government in Washington almost always or most of the time,” according to the Pew Research Center. “Trust in g... read more...


Government is us, not them

The number is startling. Only 22 percent of Americans “trust the government in Washington almost always or most of the time,” according to the Pew Research Center. “Trust in g... read more...


Entertainment

Marjorie Thompson returns to 6 On The Square

OXFORD – 6 On The Square (6OTS) welcomes back singer-songwriter and fingerstyle guitarist Marjorie Thompson who will perform on Saturday evening, April 24, at 7:30 p.m. Thomps... read more...


6OTS presents local photographer Kathleen Coates

OXFORD – 6 On The Square (6OTS) announces the opening of its second solo art exhibit of the 2010 season. With a formal opening reception this Friday from 5-7 p.m., local photo... read more...


Community members fight hunger through music this weekend

HARPURSVILLE – This weekend, six area bands and local community members have organized a food and cash drive to benefit Afton’s Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW) prog... read more...


Monday Evening Musical Club presents alumni recital Saturday

NORWICH – On Saturday evening, The Monday Evening Musical Club presents a Scholarship Alumni Benefit Recital at 7:30 p.m. at the United Church of Christ, 11 West Main St., Nor... read more...


DVD Patrol: Musicals we love

We’ve often said that movies all have some type of emotion that they always give you. From an action movie that takes you on a thrill ride, a suspense thriller that keeps you ... read more...


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