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B-G to put $16M budget to vote

BAINBRIDGE – Bainbridge-Guilford taxpayers will face an estimated 1.8 percent tax levy increase based on the tentative 2011-12 budget adopted by the school district’s board of... read more...


Repeat DWI offender pleads guilty to hit and run

NORWICH – A Pharsalia man pleaded guilty to his third drunk driving charge in two years Friday after he fled the scene of an accident while driving drunk on a revoked license.... read more...


Chenango United Way releases 2010 Community Impact Report

NORWICH – With the United Way nationally focused on improving income, education and health between 2010 and 2018, the Chenango United Way has released its 2010 End of Year Com... read more...


$2,500 reward offered for stolen gas drilling equipment

SMYRNA – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office is searching for those responsible in stealing $80,000 worth of seismic equipment from a natural gas drilling site and an insuran... read more...


Sports

Norwich finishes perfect week with weekend sweep

Baseball Norwich 5, Susquehanna Valley 3 CONKLIN – Norwich produced a season-high 13 hits, and scored two runs in the top of the seventh to break a tie game and win for th... read more...


Community

Palm Sunday procession winds through Norwich

Members of the local clergy led an ecumenical procession through downtown Norwich yesterday in observance of Palm Sunday.... read more...


Legion donates to community kitchen

American Legion Post 189 of Norwich recently donated $5,000 to the community kitchen at St. Bartholomew’s Parish Center. Free meals are served every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at th... read more...


Healing Art Fair set for April 30

NORWICH – The public is invited to attend a free Healing Art Fair, and experience a variety of complementary healing modalities that are aimed at helping to prevent illness a... read more...


Grouse Ridge hosts field dog trials

PRESTON – The first field trial of Grouse Ridge Kennels’ 2011 season took off last week under mostly sunny skies. A field of 14 English Setters raced down wild birds along the... read more...


Opinion

Pond scum or cow dung?

When you discover someone has lied to you, do you usually become upset? I usually do. And so the memory of our leading politicians lying to us last week is not a nice one. It ... read more...


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