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Friend of Rogers: DEC will keep trails open, but won’t maintain grounds or facilities

SHERBURNE – Friends of Rogers, a non-profit volunteer organization, has relayed more information from the state Department of Environmental Conservation regarding the schedul... read more...


Bainbridge Great American robbed at gunpoint

BAINBRIDGE – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an armed robbery that occurred at 8:56 p.m. Sunday at the Great American grocery store in the Town of Bainbr... read more...


High-speed chase ends at CMH

NEW BERLIN – A Town of New Berlin patrol attempting to pull over a swerving truck along a dead end road began of a chase that led three police agencies to North Broad Street i... read more...


Public rallies support against Rogers Center closing

NORWICH – A Facebook fan page called “Save Rogers Conservation Center” has grown to about 4,500 members since it was created Nov. 18. The page features hundreds of remarks fr... read more...


Norwich branch of Morrisville State College to hold open house

NORWICH – The Norwich branch of Morrisville State College will hold its 4th annual Holiday Open House from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday in Roger Follett Hall, 20 Conkey Ave., adja... read more...


Sports

Norwich girls 2nd at O'Neil tourney

Girls’ Basketball BINGHAMTON – After winning their opening game of the season against Elmira Free Academy Friday, the Purple Tornado girls gave up a first-quarter lead to B... read more...


Community

Parade of Lights winners announced

NORWICH – Award winners in the 16th annual “A Christmas to Remember” Parade of Lights were as follows: Fire Department Category 1. Oxford Fire Dept. 2. Red Knights Internat... read more...


Greene ramps up for Hometown Holiday Weekend bike give-a-way

GREENE – Shop in Greene this week for a chance to win a new bike during Hometown Holiday Weekend. Two bikes will be given away during the community wide celebration, which com... read more...


Opinion

Entering Ho-Hum Land again

Are we entering Ho-Hum Land again? The President’s Debt Commission has begun to list the areas where we can cut Washington’s spending. It will also suggest what we might do t... read more...


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