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Renew Norwich website nearing completion

NORWICH – Mayor Joe Maiurano this week announced the near-completion of the Renew Norwich website, part of $5 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds ai... read more...


Need for in-county dialysis discussed

NORWICH – A relatively small population of patients traveling outside the county for kidney dialysis treatment makes the high cost of acquiring the life-saving equipment prohi... read more...


Norwich steps up efforts for at-risk students

NORWICH – The Norwich City School District is expanding its efforts to raise the graduation rate and reduce the drop out rate for students with disabilities. On Monday, membe... read more...


Two Coventry women charged with burning down their own house

NORWICH – Two Coventry residents have been arrested after they allegedly set fire to their own home Aug. 13, in a blaze that destroyed the two-story house and all their posses... read more...


Sports

Small game hunting looms large starting tomorrow

Tomorrow marks the beginning of several small game hunting seasons, including ruffed grouse, cottontail rabbit, coyote and wild turkey (although I don’t consider turkey as “sm... read more...


UV drops first league game of season

Girls’ Soccer Walton 3, Unadilla Valley 2 NEW BERLIN – Walton dealt Unadilla Valley its first Midstate Athletic Conference loss on Wednesday scoring the last two goals in ... read more...


Community

Giant pumpkin contest coming to Pumpkin Fest

Dalton and Garrett Proskine are ready to enter their giant pumpkins in the inaugural Giant Pumpkin Contest at this year’s Norwich Pumpkin Festival. Cornell Cooperative Extensi... read more...


Pathfinder Village marks 30th anniversary

EDMESTON – Pathfinder Village, a remarkable residential community dedicated to people who have Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities, will mark its 30th Anniversa... read more...


Schools of the Past: The German District Schools

With the beginning of the above series of articles, the requests were forwarded to each of the town historians to share any and all informational history and photos that they ... read more...


Opinion

Ignorance isn’t always bliss

It isn’t often a small Upstate New York community garners attention from the national news media, and the likes of Keith Olbermann and Stephen Colbert. It seems to only happen... read more...


Entertainment

Chenango River Theatre closes season with "Of Mice and Men"

GREENE – Closing the season, from Oct. 1-24, Chenango River Theatre will mount the classic beauty from the heart of American literature, “Of Mice and Men.” Co-produced by IBM ... read more...


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