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Greene Historical Society makes surprise discovery while conserving historic map

GREENE – After months with a conservator, a historic map believed to have been copied from Joseph Juliand’s original land grant map is back at the Greene Historical Society Mu... read more...


Afton takes steps to repeal road use law

AFTON – In a special meeting last Thursday, members of the Afton Town Board presented legislation that would repeal an existing law prohibiting natural gas-related trucking o... read more...


Alcohol, drug abuse services better kept under county’s watch

NORWICH – Chenango County Mental Hygiene Services Director Ruth Roberts made the rounds in government committees last week advocating to keep alcohol and drug abuse services u... read more...


Sheriff, Oxford Superintendent urge stranger danger awareness

OXFORD – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office is helping to educate both youths and adults on how to handle “stranger danger” incidents after police recently responded to a re... read more...


Sports

Norwich girls honored

Norwich’s girls’ basketball team held its season-ending banquet at Canasawacta Country Club Sunday afternoon. Varsity award winners (from the left) were Bryn Loomis, Most Impr... read more...


Community

Under new ownership, rehabilitation center offers personalized, professional care

NORWICH – The name isn’t the only thing that’s changed at the Norwich Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, formerly known as the Pearl and Everett Gilmour Health Care Facility, ... read more...


NBT, Frontier sponsor Commerce Chenango’s 52nd Annual Dinner

NORWICH – Commerce Chenango has announced the recipients of the 2011 awards to be presented at the 52nd Annual Dinner on Wednesday at the Silo Restaurant in Greene. Sidney Fed... read more...


Opinion

Forced to pay for it

Suppose a huge percentage of us do not want a particular thing. But we are forced to pay a lot of taxes for that thing. That thing that most of us do not want. Does this sound... read more...


Entertainment

New exhibit opens at EOH

EARLVILLE –  The Earlville Opera House Arts Center opens three new exhibits for spring! Come and see the new works and meet the artists on Saturday, April 9 from noon to 3 p.m... read more...


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