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Man pleads guilty to felony kidnapping a day before his trial

NORWICH – A man accused of stalking an 11 year-old girl on the street and attacking a 21-year-old woman in an empty parking lot pleaded guilty to a single count of felony ki... read more...


Local Elk’s Lodge to reopen, regains charter

NORWICH – After four months of struggling to regain their revoked charter, Elk’s Lodge #1222 leaders have announced the successful appeal of an executive order which shut down... read more...


Byrne Dairy expansion deal hinges on tax incentives

NORWICH – Whether or not tax incentives are granted could make or break Byrne Dairy’s plans to construct a new facility in the City of Norwich, according to a company official... read more...


Fraud arrest related to 2007 Norwich murder

BROOME – The owner of a Norwich apartment complex was arrested for fraud Thursday in connection with his alleged failure to provide workers’ compensation insurance for an empl... read more...


Sports

Oxford edges Greene, 5-4

Baseball Oxford 5, Greene 4  OXFORD – A defensive gem stopped a Greene rally in the sixth inning as Oxford held on for a one-run win, Monday night in the Otsenango Pony Le... read more...


Locals win medals at ES Senior Games

CORTLAND – The Empire State Senior Games were held earlier this month in Cortland. Below are local residents’ finishes by event: Pickleball (Age group, category, name, pla... read more...


Tri-County Microd Club holds mid-season championships

TRIANGLE – The Tri-County Microd Club held its mid-season championships on Saturday, June 19. Below are results by division. (Drivers listed in order of finish) Junior Novic... read more...


Community

BOCES says: Grow your own!

NORWICH – “It’s time to grow your own!,” says the colorful brochure recently distributed throughout the DCMO BOCES Norwich campus community. The flyer describes the features a... read more...


CMH hosts open house for expanded Oxford clinic

OXFORD – Patients, hospital board members, area officials, and local residents attended the much anticipated open house of UHS Primary Care in Oxford on Monday, June 14. Dr.... read more...


Opinion

‘You are a toilet, where am I?’

Can you say “Why don’t they learn to speak English if they want to live here?” in Spanish? In Italian? In Greek? I can’t. Unless you learned another language as a child or are... read more...


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