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Coffee stand reopens under new ownership

NORWICH – Coffee lovers traveling Route 12 south of the city are in luck as the recently-reopened Java Joe’s is once again offering its wide variety of caffeinated and non-caf... read more...


New Berlin mayor nixes reelection bid, citing health concerns

NEW BERLIN – Village of New Berlin Mayor Wade Schrag retracted his reelection bid Wednesday, citing health-related issues. Ambulance crews were called to the mayor’s home Fr... read more...


No opposition in Greene election

GREENE – Republican candidates for mayor and two trustee spots will face no opposition in next week’s Village of Greene elections. The sole candidate for mayor will be incumb... read more...


Committee says county’s nursing services can’t be contracted out

NORWICH – Members of the Chenango County Health and Human Services Committee went into a 20-minute executive session last week to consider a referral to privatize the county’s... read more...


Up to 13 staff positions could be cut from S-E schools

SHERBURNE – Up to 13 staff members could be let go from the Sherburne-Earlville Central Schools next year in an effort to meet a potential loss of $1.6 million in state aid. ... read more...


Sports

Late heavy snowfall could greatly reduce our deer population

It’s been a tough winter – at least since the new year began – for us and for many species of wildlife. We got a major break early when November and December generated very li... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: Greene District 18: East River Road

Written previously numerous times, if new information relevant to any of the district schoolhouses is found the pages of the book remain open for any new inclusion of historic... read more...


Chenango schools offered 'Trout in the Classroom'

NORWICH – With trout season less than a month away, the Chenango Valley chapter of Trout Unlimited is hoping to find schools interested in its “Trout in the Classroom” program... read more...


Opinion

So, what are you giving up?

Yesterday was Ash Wednesday. For most people on the planet, it had little significance. But for Catholics the world over, it marked the first day of Lenten season, the 40-day ... read more...


Entertainment

Oxford Drama Club presents “Carousel” this weekend

OXFORD – Song and dance will abound this weekend as the talented young thespians of the Oxford High School Drama Club take to the stage for their production of Rodgers and Ham... read more...


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