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New gift shop to open downtown

NORWICH – Longtime Chenango County resident Susan Wood said for most of her adult life, she’s dreamed of opening her own gift shop and now that dream is about to come true. T... read more...


Seven nabbed in New Berlin drug bust

NEW BERLIN – Before dawn Wednesday, a joint police force stormed a two-story home in the Village of New Berlin and arrested seven people for drug-related charges, seizing cash... read more...


Chenango feels Canadian quake

GREENE – Scott Sheldon was sitting at his desk at approximately 1:45 p.m. Wednesday, when he felt something out of the ordinary. “It wasn’t a violent shake,” the Raymond empl... read more...


Sheriff Cutting makes annual report to supervisors

NORWICH – It was a year of change in the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office as Ernest R. Cutting Jr. took the reins from former Sheriff Thomas Loughren. But, in his annual re... read more...


O'Sullivan's contract extended to 2015

NORWICH – Superintendent Gerard O’Sullivan will remain with the Norwich school district for five more years, according to the terms of a contract approved by the board of educ... read more...


Sports

Don’t wait for summer’s humid heat to enjoy the outdoors

What with all that’s going on in recent weeks – oil gushing into the Gulf, attempts to pass another worthless NYS gun control law, no state budget, rain-induced lawn grass and... read more...


Norwich routs Bainbridge in pony league play

Norwich 20, Bainbridge 6 NORWICH – Norwich opened with eight runs in the first inning to rout the Bainbridge Braves in Otsenango Pony League baseball earlier this week. Came... read more...


Community

Holy Family graduates Early Childhood Class

NORWICH – Some were a little camera shy, but most were all smiles at graduation ceremonies for Holy Family’s Early Childhood Class of 2010 Wednesday. Holy Family offers an Ear... read more...


Schools of the Past: Columbus District 10

Returning again to the hills of Columbus this week we will relate the facts regarding District #10 known as the Carter School. Regretfully this school house no longer stands a... read more...


Opinion

A cyber wake-up call

Until this week, I thought drive-bys were something that happened in the inner city. Spear phishing sounded like my nephew’s favorite pastime in the Florida Keys. Zeus was an ... read more...


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