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Pro-Tel makes $10 K donation to Norwich athletics

NORWICH – More than one of Norwich’s athletic programs have been saved from the chopping block, thanks to the generosity of a local company. Monday night, the Norwich City Sc... read more...


Chenango United Way campaign hits halfway mark

Chenango United Way Employee Campaign Coordinator at BOCES JoAnn Winsor, Executive Director Elizabeth Monaco, Agency Division Co-chair Daniel Auwarter, Campaign Co-chair Lisa ... read more...


Board strife over personnel recommendations

NORWICH – The Norwich City School Board has approved the appointment of a new health teacher to take the place of a staff member who tendered her resignation earlier this mont... read more...


Teen struck in crosswalk Friday returns home

NORWICH– An Earlville teen was struck by a jeep along a City of Norwich crosswalk on East Main Street Friday and airlifted to an area hospital with head and leg injuries. Nor... read more...


Sports

Bonney named rookie of the week

Three Hobart College basketball players were honored by the Liberty League today. Junior forward Matt Pebole (Red Bank/Red Bank, N.J.) and sophomore guard Stefan Thompson (CBA... read more...


Turkey Trot results

NORWICH – Below are top-five finishers by age division at the 29th Annual Norwich YMCA 5K Turkey Trot, held Sunday, Nov. 21. A total of 480 people completed the race with Sco... read more...


Cyclones lose in state semifinals

ROCHESTER – The Norwich Cyclones took on the best that Rochester could offer, and came up short, 19-13, in the Empire State Classic semifinals here Saturday. Rochester Southw... read more...


Community

Local artist’s sculptures on their way to the United Arab Emirates

NORWICH – After nearly two decades of mixing art and commerce as the owner of Unique Artistic Services, painter and sculptor Stephen Brois is currently involved in a project t... read more...


Historical Society seeks help in identifying old photographs

NORWICH – The Chenango County Historical Society – as part of its renovation and reconstruction of the future Research Center at 43 Rexford St. – is asking local residents and... read more...


Pediatrics Department welcomes Dr. Tsay

NORWICH – Dr. Michael Trevisani, Vice President Medical Affairs/Chief Medical Officer,  announced that Theresia (Trish) Tsay, MD, has joined the pediatrics department at Chena... read more...


Poinsettias raise money for Hospice

NORWICH – It wouldn’t seem like the holidays without Poinsettias. They cheer up your home or make great hostess gifts. Hospice of Chenango County will once again be selling Po... read more...


Opinion

Enjoy those ED commercials while they last

At last, it’s safe to turn on the television without the chilling fear that you’ll have to sit through 20 political commercials in a row. The only good thing anyone can say ab... read more...


Entertainment

Holiday Kick-Off Ceremony in Oxford Sunday

OXFORD – The honorable Oxford Village Mayor, Terry Stark, will be dusting off his top hat for one of Oxford’s grandest events of the year, the holiday season kick-off. You are... read more...


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