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Maple: New York’s “untapped” potential

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator Charles Schumer was thinking about pancakes Wednesday - a thick stack of pancakes, smothered in New York maple syrup. That’s what Schumer says com... read more...


Sheriff arrests two for breaking into Earlville store

EARLVILLE – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office arrested two men for breaking into an Earlville supermarket and stealing a Norwich woman’s purse Tuesday, reporting investiga... read more...


NY drilling regs may take all summer

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – The new head of New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation believes that gas drilling in the massive Marcellus Shale formation is the most dauntin... read more...


Teen sentenced to max behind closed doors in Guilford

GUILFORD – A teen tried as an adult and convicted by a jury of committing sex crimes against a 12-year-old girl was given the maximum sentence behind closed doors in Guilford ... read more...


Sports

Hagen guides Bearkats to NCAA tournament berth

HUNTSVILLE, TX – Sam Houston State’s women's bowling team, a first-year program, is headed to the NCAA Division I National Championships in Detroit, Mich., April 14-16. The B... read more...


Windsor downs Greene in season opener

Baseball Windsor 8, Greene 5 GREENE – Windsor padded its lead with three runs in the fourth to build a 7-0 advantage in Tuesday’s season-opening win at Greene. Nick Benso... read more...


Community

Pennysaver's Follett wins state award

NORWICH – Pennysaver Retail Advertising Consultant John Follett was recently named the Free Community Papers of New York’s annual Sales Professional of the Year for Outside Sa... read more...


Opinion

A night at the Opera ...

When I walked out of “Les Miserables” last year, I thought to myself, “That’s it. They’ve reached the pinnacle. It’s got to be downhill from here.” Wrong again, Jeff. I shoul... read more...


Entertainment

OV stages 'Guys and Dolls' this weekend

SOUTH OTSELIC – The Otselic Valley Junior-Senior High School Drama Club will present its annual Spring Musical – “Guys and Dolls” – at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday in the ... read more...


Brooks Williams to perform at 6 On The Square

OXFORD – On Saturday at 7:30 p.m. 6 On The Square (6OTS) is proud to present, Roots n’ Blues premier guitarist, singer and songwriter, Brooks Williams. For over twenty-three y... read more...


Beachley & Scott Band: Bluegrass merger burns bright

EARLVILLE –  It’s really fun sometimes to be in on something from the beginning! The Earlville Opera House welcomes the newest merger in the realm of Bluegrass, the Beachley &... read more...


DVD Patrol

It’s that time, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol hopes things start warming up weatherwise because they’re really hot on the movie front. Your Weatherman, the Toddster, sees a movie... read more...


Lombardi, Rasely perform for Monday Evening Musical Club

NORWICH – On Monday, April 4 the Monday Evening Music Club invites and encourages the public to attend a performance by two well known local musicians. Joe Lombardi and Tom Ra... read more...


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