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Hanna talks business, jobs in Norwich

NORWICH – Three months into the job as freshman Congressman representing New York in the nation’s capital, 24th District Representative Richard L. Hanna seems thus far unaffec... read more...


Ex-Earlville mayor pleads guilty

NORWICH – Ex-Earlville Mayor Toni Campbell pleaded guilty Monday to stealing from her former employer and agreed to pay back $133,411. New York State Police arrested 36-year... read more...


Norwich adopts tentative budget with 1.87 percent tax levy increase

NORWICH – The Norwich Board of Education adopted a tentative 2011-12 budget Monday night, totalling $37,090,193. While it represents no increase in spending over the current y... read more...


Where'd all those people go?

PLYMOUTH – Turns out it wasn’t too much snow nor high taxes that drove 245 people out of Plymouth over the past decade. Instead, the 2010 U.S. Census released last week mist... read more...


Sports

Norwich second at NY-PA Invitational

NY-PA Invitational WINDSOR – Norwich’s preseason goals may indeed be attainable after the boys’ track and field team placed second at the 23-team NY-PA Invitational at Windso... read more...


Community

Norwich Campus’ 3rd annual Peeps Diorama Contest to benefit the Chenango SPCA

NORWICH – In one of the more creative displays around, the Norwich branch of Morrisville State College will hold its 3rd annual Peeps Diorama Contest at 6 p.m. on April 14 in ... read more...


Film series presents “Vanishing of the Bees”

NORWICH – The “Second Tuesday’s Film Series” is showing a documentary exploring the mysterious disappearance of honeybees across the planet, and the greater meaning it holds f... read more...


Opinion

Just your run-of-the-mill royal couple

Could anyone have missed the big news this week? Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to have two different kinds of wedding cakes after their nuptials! It’s probably all... read more...


Entertainment

Arts Council announces high school exhibit winners

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts has announced the winners in various categories of “Artistic Discover 2011,” its annual exhibit featuring the works of local ... read more...


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