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What happens if district residents vote ‘no’ on May 18?

When voters take to the polls on the third Tuesday of May, they will have two choices when it comes to their local school district’s proposed budget for the coming year. They ... read more...


Norwich student to receive ‘Rays of Life’ award

NORWICH – Morrisville State College (MSC) Norwich Campus student Rebecca Potter will receive the SUNY technology college’s Rays of Light award on May 6, in recognition of her ... read more...


First-ever Freedomride to honor military, past, present and future

NORWICH – Members of the Old Dogs Brotherhood from New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey will come together to lead the New York chapter of the Freedomride 2010 bike... read more...


Judge says no to plea deal for 85-year-old charged with resisting arrest

NORWICH – A judge refused to accept a prearranged plea deal Thursday in a case involving an 85-year-old man charged with resisting arrest. Public Defender Kayphet Mavady appe... read more...


NBT Bancorp, Inc. announces first quarter earnings, cash dividends

NORWICH – NBT Bancorp Inc. has reported that net income for the three months ending March 31, 2010 was $14 million, up 6.9 percent from the same quarter last year. Net income ... read more...


New Berlin man arrested for arson

NORWICH – New York State Police in Norwich have arrested Jeffrey A. Maxson, 44, of New Berlin, for second degree arson, a class B Felony. The arrest was made following an i... read more...


Sports

Softball Tournament honors

Norwich softball boosters president, Rick Condon, presents the first-place trophy from the First Annual Pennysaver/Evening Sun Tournament to Whitney Point’s McKay Ross and Kar... read more...


Lathrop earns America East weekly honor

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – University of New Hampshire women's outdoor track and field senior, Ashlee Lathrop (Sherburne-Earlville H.S., 2006), was named America East Field Performer... read more...


Semi-pro game to benefit Peraza scholarship

NORWICH – Monday, May 22, the Watertown Revolution will face the Delaware County Rattlers in a semi-pro football game under the lights on the field turf at Norwich High School... read more...


Cyclones receive scholar-athlete awards

NORWICH – Several Norwich Cyclone Pop Warner football players and cheerleaders were recently recognized as scholar-athletes by the National Pop Warner organization. Cameron... read more...


Community

“Scouting for Food” aids food pantry

OXFORD – Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts in Oxford gathered food item donations for “Scouting For Food” on April 7. Through the generosity of Oxford residents, 626 non-perishable f... read more...


Arbor Day poster exhibit at 6 On The Square in Oxford

OXFORD – An Arbor Day Exhibit will be taking place at 6 On The Square (6OTS), the community music and arts center located at 6 LaFayette Park. On Saturday, May 1, while Oxford... read more...


2010 Chenango County Rabies Clinics planned

NORWICH – Attention dog, cat and domesticated ferret owners: New York State Public Health Rabies Law requires all dogs, cats, and domesticated ferrets to receive immunization ... read more...


Opinion

Let me hear your body talk

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t had a colonoscopy yet, don’t read any further. I don’t want you to miss all the fun. First of all, everyone’s happy to see you. The doctor was am... read more...


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