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United Way 2011 campaign kicks off with Day of Caring event

NORWICH – The Chenango United Way’s 2011 campaign will kick off on Saturday with the 4th Annual Day of Caring volunteer event. Approximately two dozen local not-for-profit or... read more...


Greene Historical Society receives grant to conserve historic map

GREENE – Tucked away on the top floor of Moore Memorial Library, the Greene Historical Society Museum is dedicated to both preserving the town’s history and keeping it alive. ... read more...


New Berlin man competes in Ironman to raise money for cancer research

NEW BERLIN – Long distance runner Thomas Lawson will be competing in a 70-mile Half-Full Ironman race Oct. 3, hoping to raise $5,000 for cancer research through the Livestrong... read more...


Sports

Oxford loses to Delhi in overtime

OXFORD – Oxford came up with a number of big stops in regulation. It needed one more in overtime to seal a key division victory. Delhi deflated the Blackhawks’ victory hopes... read more...


Off the Map, Week12: Dust, smoke and steam

With the coming of sunrise over Long Valley, one might expect to be greeted with fresh, crisp breezes and gentle birdsong, especially from an isolated campsite perched one tho... read more...


Greene field hockey team rolls past Hancock

Field hockey Greene 7, Hancock 0 GREENE – Brandee Schoonmaker and Jahna Driscoll had two goals apiece for the Trojans, who ran their record to 4-0 this season – all shutou... read more...


Greene shuts out Windsor

Football Greene 27, Windsor 0 WINDSOR ≠– Greene ran for 312 yards, and forced five turnovers for its fifth shutout out win over the last three seasons. After strug... read more...


Trojans, Storm, Bobcats gridders all win

Football Greene 27, Windsor 0 WINDSOR ≠– Greene ran for 312 yards, and forced five turnovers for its fifth shutout out win over the last three seasons. After strug... read more...


Community

Oxford dedicates scoreboard to John Curtis

John Curtis, center, was honored Friday night before Oxford’s home game with Delhi. Surrounded by family and former colleagues, Curtis, a retired teacher and longtime coach at... read more...


Motorcyclists take part in YMCA Scholarship Ride

Twenty-eight motorcycles participated in the second annual YMCA Scholarship Ride on Sunday, sponsored by the American Legion Riders of Post 189 in Norwich and the Norwich Fire... read more...


Opinion

Zero praise?

Lots of the November candidates are promising to re-open the question of Obamacare if they get to Congress. Some want to deep-six the whole program. Some want to deny it funds... read more...


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