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Norwich man arrested for allegedly possessing child porn

NORWICH – New York State Police in Norwich arrested Patrick G. Woodard, 46, Norwich on Monday for the Class “E” felony of possessing a sexual performance of a child. The arre... read more...


7th annual St. Baldrick’s raises money for cancer research Saturday

NORWICH – For the past seven years, dozens have volunteered to raise both money and awareness for childhood cancer research in a most unlikely, and unique, fashion – by having... read more...


Police searching for second grocery store robbery suspect

BAINBRIDGE – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office has released the name of a woman wanted for her role in an armed robbery at grocery store in November. The Chenango County C... read more...


Potter gets write-in nod for New Berlin mayor; Doeberl wins in Earlville

NEW BERLIN – With no official candidates on the ballot, the mayor’s race in New Berlin came down to write-ins, with Terry Potter garnering the most votes in Tuesday’s election... read more...


Pilots still can’t use credit cards for fuel at county’s airport

NORWICH – A money-making opportunity at Lt. Warren E. Eaton Airport has been shot down once again. An automated credit card reader that was procured from an NBT Bank vendor i... read more...


County approves funding for head dispatcher position at 911 center

NORWICH – A. Wesley Jones will soon be able to drop the “acting” portion of his title as Acting Chief Dispatcher at the Chenango County 911 Center, following a decision by the... read more...


Sports

Local runners set Section IV record

The Bainbridge-Guilford-Afton/Oxford 1,600-meter relay team of Emily Woodford, Julia Knapp, Isamarie Ramos, and Katie Woodford placed third in the Emerging Elite Division at t... read more...


Opinion

This HDTV needs child support

We have just replaced our old clunker of a TV set with a new one, one of those giant flat-screen things you see when you walk through the front door of any big box store. Our ... read more...


It’s a small, crazy world

As of this morning, hopefully still, 50 workers at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant in Japan were struggling to prevent perhaps the worst industrial accident in history. ... read more...


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