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“Friends” exhibit returns to Norwich

NORWICH – This fall will mark ten years since the tragic car accident which took the lives of best friends and Norwich graduates Rachel Nargiso, Emily Collins and Katie Almete... read more...


New silent partners aiding in police DWI arrests and convictions

OXFORD – Last week, when one of his officers pulled over a suspected drunk driver, Oxford Police Chief Richard Nolan said he wasn’t worried about the case. During the 25-min... read more...


Woman trapped inside vehicle after Bainbridge crash

BAINBRIDGE – A moving van and a station wagon collided Thursday night in the Town of Bainbridge at the intersection of State Highway 206 and County Road 17, trapping a woman i... read more...


DA requests parity with public defender’s office budget

NORWICH – A 1974 Chenango County law requiring equivalent salaries and budgets for the public defender and the district attorney’s offices has been referred to the county’s at... read more...


Permit for Denny’s restaurant signs approved

NORWICH – On Thursday, city officials received payment for, and approved, a permit for the construction of the front and rear signs for a purported Denny’s restaurant, which w... read more...


Sports

Woodford sets sectional record

Track and Field NEW BERLIN – Oxford junior Katie Woodford, a state champion last year in the 400-meter dash, not only broke her own Midstate Athletic Conference record in ... read more...


Halberg signs scholarship to play at BU

Valley Heights Christian Academy senior, Luke Halberg, received an athletic scholarship and signed a letter of intent for Binghamton University. Halberg will attend college as... read more...


Afton routs Oxford for second straight day

Baseball Afton 16, Oxford 3 OXFORD – Mike Muller pitched five strong innings for Afton, who defeated Oxford for the second straight day yesterday afternoon. In a near rep... read more...


Opinion

“Mama” evokes a time gone by

It’s hard to believe now that there was a time without television, without computers, cell phones, DVRs or iPads ... it was a time preserved now only in sepia-toned nostalgia,... read more...


Entertainment

Tom Chapin coming to Norwich next weekend

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces the final performance in the 2009/10 Peoples’ Choice Series – Tom Chapin and Friends – on Friday, May 7 a... read more...


Annual Fine Arts Show opens Saturday in Bainbridge

BAINBRIDGE – The Jericho Arts Council will be hosting its annual fine arts show from May 1-8. The show will be held in the Town Hall Gallery, located on the second floor of th... read more...


New Berlin Art Forum presents murder mystery

NEW BERLIN – Back by popular demand is the Mystery Dinner Theater scheduled to take place at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Masonic Hall, N. Main St. in New Berlin. It will include a ... read more...


DVD Patrol

We’re on the road again, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol has been busy patrolling the countryside for the past few weeks. The main driver, the Toddster, has been steering the cours... read more...


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