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Norwich Fire Department hosts Open House in honor of Fire Prevention Week

Norwich Volunteer Firemen Cary McConnell helps four-year-old Madison Laskowski of Guilford take careful aim at last night’s open house.... read more...


Afton businessman sentenced to 60 days for workers' comp, welfare fraud

NORWICH – An Afton business owner who was convicted of collecting $60,000 in workers’ compensation benefits he was not entitled to over a 13 year time span was sentenced to 60... read more...


Arcuri announces $80,000 in grant money for emergency repairs for city residents

NORWICH – United States Congressman Michael Arcuri announced Thursday $80,000 in Housing Preservation grant moneys awarded to the city for repairs to 13 low or fixed income re... read more...


Sports

Grid preview: S-E poised for winning season

Until the final game of last season, Sherburne-Earlville had gone almost four entire seasons without earning a road victory. That streak ended with a season-ending victory ove... read more...


Athlete of the Week: Dakota Vandermark

Bainbridge-Guilford senior running back Dakota Vandermark is drawing a comparison to the school’s all-time leading rusher. It’s pretty heady company for the speedy Bobcats tai... read more...


Greene has convincing answer to first league loss

Boys’ Soccer Greene 9, Sidney 0 GREENE – Greene had a thoroughly convincing answer to its first division loss of the season routing Sidney Thursday. Alex Driscoll scored ... read more...


Local seniors win medals

ROCHESTER – Four area seniors competed in the National Senior Games Championships last weekend, and all came home with at least one gold medal. Henry Carpenter, Norwich, comp... read more...


Community

Local porcelain artist to display at luncheon in Whitesboro

NORTH NORWICH – The first thing you’ll notice upon entering the North Norwich home of Joann and Jim Crandall is the art. Every room bears evidence of the family’s artistic abi... read more...


Oxford grad’s show makes Comedy Central debut

ROCHESTER – When Law Tarello moved to Oxford in sixth grade, he was a chubby kid with a Brookyn accent. His sense of humor helped him fit in, he says. Tarello, now 34, still ... read more...


Opinion

Of Mice and Men, a tragedy of friendship

No one captured the American zeitgeist during the time of the Great Depression more definitively than John Steinbeck. His “Of Mice and Men” is a gripping tale that examines th... read more...


Entertainment

Claus Evans to perform at Methodist benefit on Saturday

GREENE – The First United Methodist Church of Greene will host a benefit concert featuring singer/performer Claus Evans at 7 p.m. Saturday. The event will take place at the ch... read more...


DVD Patrol

Let’s change things up, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol has been driving down the highway watching the leaves change color and wonder where the summer went. Your driver, the Toddst... read more...


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