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Greene residents hear about Rt. 12 improvements

GREENE – About 70 people came out Wednesday for a second public hearing on pavement, safety and drainage improvements proposed for a 5.5 mile stretch of state Route 12 in the ... read more...


State: Budget factors forced Rogers closure

SHERBURNE – During a New York State Assembly hearing Thursday, Department of Environmental Conservation officials confirmed that Rogers Environmental Education Center in Sherb... read more...


Oxford capital project fails: Superintendent cites economic uncertainty

OXFORD – A margin of nine votes decided the fate of the Oxford Academy & Central School District’s $10.61 million phase II capital project in a referendum held Thursday. The ... read more...


Boy killed after being hit by car in Greene

GREENE – New York State Police responded to a car/pedestrian fatal accident that occurred on State Route 12 in Greene at 5:05 p.m. Thursday. Preliminary investigation at the ... read more...


Sports

Greene dialed in for state semifinals tilt

Last year’s field hockey state championship game was a blur for Greene head coach Sue Carlin. In that game, the Trojans scored in the first half, and went on to blank Section ... read more...


Community

Come To Italy With Me: Part Five - Making a living from the sea

The sun makes such a fuss when it retires for the day in this part of the world – all fire red, and gold streaks and streams across a perfectly peaceful sky. Honestly, like a ... read more...


Cupcakes for a cause tonight

OXFORD – Who has the fairest cupcake of them all? That’s what judges at tonight’s Cupcake Euphoria will be trying to determine. The event, a pre-holiday family celebration spo... read more...


Opinion

What happened to sportsmen’s money?

As the “brain trusts” in Albany’s NYDEC and NYS Department of Budget (DOB) hack away on state programs and personnel in a desperate attempt to cover the $315M deficit hole the... read more...


Entertainment

Jeremy Wallace Trio brings the blues to the EOH Arts Café

EARLVILLE – Jeremy Wallace is “Americana with a Bite!” His work has been described as, “a little folk, a tinge of rock, some country and loaded with gritty blues.”  Wallace’s ... read more...


DVD Patrol

Let’s get that turkey going, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is getting ready for our annual Turkey hunt and not just for Thanksgiving. Your all around hunter, the Toddster, has ta... read more...


3rd Annual Woofstock to benefit SPCA Sunday

NORWICH – Touted by organizers as a day of representing pooches, cool cats and music, the 3rd Annual Woofstock will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday at the Blarney Stone Pub... read more...


Sherburne chorus presents fall concert Sunday

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Community Chorus will present their Fall concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21 in the Sherburne-Earlville High School Auditorium. Programmed are four Ps... read more...


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