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Chairman Decker remarks on potential budget cuts, revenue efforts

NORWICH – After the first two months of 2011, Chenango County lawmakers have found little success cutting government spending or taking advantage of the money-making opportuni... read more...


New Beginnings Church to hold monthly food distributions

NORWICH – Last year, over 79,000 pounds of food – with a value of over $75,000 – was distributed by God’s Provision Food Pantry at the New Beginnings Church. On Friday, the or... read more...


Two Oxford school employees arrested for sex crimes

OXFORD – Oxford Academy officials confirmed today that a man and a woman arrested within the last week for sex-related crimes were district employees. According to Superintend... read more...


Smithville officials to discuss justice position at next town meeting

SMITHVILLE – Smithville leaders plan to discuss the elimination of one of the municipality’s two elected justice positions next Monday, and they are encouraging town residents... read more...


Sports

Everyone reaps the benefits of volunteers’ efforts

On several different occasions while hoofing it along a public trail, be it a Finger Lakes System or off-season snowmobile one, I’ve encountered others who complained that the... read more...


Section IV All-Stars

Section IV named its all-Section girls’ basketball team at the BCANY (Basketball Coaches Association of New York) brunch in Binghamton last weekend. Making the team were Hanna... read more...


Community

Chase gardeners get spring fever

NEW BERLIN – For more than ten years, residents, staff and volunteers at Chase Memorial Nursing Home have been coming together each week to share their gardening interests. F... read more...


Schools of the Past: Greene District #19: Stillwater

The district numbered above has the same active life as the East River Road in which both districts were formed in 1830 and were closed in 1941. When you contemplate that for ... read more...


Opinion

Chenango County schools need YOU

Sure, I gripe about the sheer number of school board meetings I attend in the course of my duties here at Chenango County’s Hometown Daily. (Which I fully maintain is over and... read more...


Entertainment

Dance celebrates the death of winter

NORWICH – The Norwich Dance Club will be holding a winter clothes donation event during their “Winter Funeral” Ballroom Dance to be held on Friday at the Renaissance Building ... read more...


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