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Zoning issue contested at public hearing

NORWICH – The Common Council heard conflicting public comments concerning a proposed zoning change originally requested by Tansey’s Automotive Services owner George Blood in F... read more...


County considering 'bed tax' again

NORWICH – An occupancy tax on hotel and bed & breakfast rooms in Chenango County has been researched to death over the past eight years or so, but this time might just be the ... read more...


County approves Agro Farma PILOT agreement

NORWICH – The Chenango County Board of Supervisors has approved a Payment in Lieu of Taxes agreement between the Chenango County Industrial Development Agency and Agro Farma. ... read more...


Irish flag to fly over Norwich for St. Patrick’s Day

NORWICH – The Irish community will again raise the green, white and orange colors over the City of Norwich Thursday at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Flag raising ceremony in We... read more...


New Berlin gets a new mayor, Earlville keeps theirs

Sun Staff Reports Greene A total of 42 Greene residents turned out on Tuesday to vote in the village’s annual election. Three candidates appeared on the ballot, one for ... read more...


Sports

Runyon selected as Class A player of year

Norwich senior Hannah Runyon stands with Section IV Athletic Coordinator, Ben Nelson (left), and Norwich varsity girls basketball coach, Josh Bennett at the Basketball Coaches... read more...


Utter takes Greene Bowlodrome handicap title

GREENE – Donna Utter captured the 2011 Greene Bowlodrome women's handicap house championship last Saturday, March 12, with a 218-199 victory over Sandie Charles in the finals.... read more...


Franklin captures D-2 national title

KEARNEY, Neb. – Trevor Franklin was the first Unadilla Valley wrestler in school history to win a state title. Franklin can now add the title of “national champion” to his wre... read more...


Community

Plans are cooking for the Relay For Life benefit dinner in Oxford

OXFORD – St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Outreach Committee met recently to start ‘spinning dishes’ for their benefit dinner plans, for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life.... read more...


Opinion

The socially inept network

I must admit I find it quite humorous – in a disturbing, twisted kind of way – just how quickly our society has adapted, communicatively speaking, since the ascension of Faceb... read more...


Entertainment

Arts Council launches Chamber music series Sunday

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces the first show in its 2011 Chamber Music Series. The Kristina Reiko Cooper Trio will perform at 4 p.m. Su... read more...


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