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Coventry hosts 4th Annual Blueberry Festival Saturday

COVENTRY – What can festival-goers expect to find in Coventry this weekend? Blueberries, blueberries and more blueberries, according to organizers of the town’s 4th Annual Blu... read more...


Sherburne residents celebrate Heritage Day this weekend

SHERBURNE – The 61st Regiment Civil War Reenactors, displaying a wide array of the era’s artifacts, will once again camp out in Sherburne’s Historic Park on School Street, as ... read more...


Farm Bureau members consider possibilities of bio-diesel

CHENANGO COUNTY – Plymouth resident Giff Foster says producing bio-diesel is as “easy as making chocolate milk.” And he should know. The Connecticut-transplant, who currently ... read more...


Sports

State and feds take drastic measures to reduce geese numbers

A recent news piece reported in the NY Times claimed that the DEC or others (assumedly the US Fish & Wildlife Service) planned to capture, euthanize and bury 170,000 resident ... read more...


Marchants combine for 10 golds at Empire State Games

Rick Marchant has competed in every Empire State Games since its inception in 1982. Last week, Marchant was joined by his son Ryan at the University of Buffalo as the Games ma... read more...


Community

New Berlin's Class of '56 reunites

The New Berlin Central School Class of 1956 held its 54th reunion at the country home of Richard and Ruth Horton in the Town of Columbus on July 14. Front row: Janet Norton Ma... read more...


Schools of the Past: Coventry – The Beginning

In the succeeding weeks, this series will relate the history of the schoolhouses that dotted the township of Coventry. But first, a look at the history of the town as it was f... read more...


Temple Baptist welcomes new pastor

NORWICH – In June, the Temple Baptist Church welcomed Pastor William Chapman to lead its congregation. Formerly from New Hampshire, Chapman, who is 76, has been an assistant... read more...


Chenango County 4-H Dairy Judging – more than just pretty cows

NORWICH – Twelve youth involved with the Chenango County 4-H Dairy Program have been spending the month of July traveling all over central New York to learn how to judge dairy... read more...


Opinion

The Vets’ Home

Last November, residents of the New York State Veterans’ Home in Oxford moved from the 1970s era building they’d called home for nearly four decades, into the newly-constructe... read more...


Entertainment

Julian, Jimi Button’s work featured at NBT Bank’s ‘Wall of Art’

NORWICH – NBT Bank’s Wall of Art is featuring the photography of Julian Button and his nephew Jimi Button at the bank’s Norwich Office on South Broad Street. Their work will b... read more...


Oxford Community Band performs tonight

OXFORD – The Oxford Community Band will present its fourth summer concert performance beginning at 7 tonight in Washington Park and at the Bida Home for Adults. The band, whic... read more...


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