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New classic car exhibit features race cars from days gone by

NORWICH – The Northeast Classic Car Museum, in association with the Mid-State Antique Stock Car Club, will open its newest exhibit, Built for Speed: Race Cars from Days Gone B... read more...


Woman pleads guilty to selling heroin, says she’s turning her life around

NORWICH – A Norwich woman pleaded guilty Monday to dealing heroin, telling the court she was an addict at the time and now wants to get her life back on track and is willing t... read more...


Carnrike appointed deputy county clerk

NORWICH – Chenango County Clerk Mary Weidman has announced the appointment of George Carnrike Jr. as deputy county clerk, effective May 5. Carnrike will replace Ronald Siok, w... read more...


Potential airport business gets another shot

NORWICH – Chenango County lawmakers elected to give a prospective business that would generate income at the Lt. Warren Eaton Airport another shot. Plane Leather Repair Inc. ... read more...


How are we doing on sales tax?

NORWICH – Sales tax collections in Chenango County ticked down .04 percent after the first three months of 2010, remaining relatively flat or about $176,000 less than during t... read more...


Chenango Republicans gear up for Lobster Fest

NORWICH – This year will mark the 36th anniversary of the fundraiser billed by Chenango County’s Republican Committee Chairman Tom Morrone as the area’s most “non-political” o... read more...


Sports

Delmar pitches G-MU to win over No. 1 Milford

Baseball G-MU 4, Milford 0 MILFORD – Early-season state rankings are highly subjective, nonetheless; G-MU dealt the state’s number one ranked Class D school its first loss... read more...


Oxford slates Dollars for Scholars golf tourney

OXFORD – Oxford Academy’s Dollars for Scholars golf tournament is scheduled for Saturday, May 15 at Bluestone Golf Course beginning at 9:30 a.m. with a shotgun start. The tou... read more...


Community

DA honored by Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities’ Crime Victims Program honored District Attorney Joseph McBride at a Friday luncheon for his “dedication to justice and advocacy of crime victims.” Pictured... read more...


Greene students collect thousands of clothing items for Community Clothing Bank

GREENE – “I might have to call in tomorrow,” laughed Greene Community Clothing Bank Volunteer Jean Rhodes, as she and the non-profit community group’s co-founder, Janet Kozisk... read more...


Gov. proclaims May 12 Health Care Auxilian Day

NORWICH – Governor David Paterson has proclaimed May 12, 2010 as Health Care Auxilian Day in New York State to recognize the dedicated auxilians who annually donate more than ... read more...


SPCA receives $10,000 grant from PetSmart Charities

NORWICH – The Chenango Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (CSPCA) received $10,000 to provide in house spay/neuter operations by for all of their shelter dogs an... read more...


Opinion

Purple (hair) ‘Daze’

Reality shows like “Jersey Shore” and “The Real Housewives of Some Godforsaken Backwater” will now have to compete with “Sunset Daze,” which follows some residents of an age-r... read more...


May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month

May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month and with the high number of reported cases in New York, it is important to arm yourself and your family with the tools to avoid the disease... read more...


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