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Police collect prescription drugs this weekend, no questions asked

NORWICH – This Saturday the Norwich City Police and Sheriff’s Office will be participating in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) national “Take Back” drug collection... read more...


Pharsalia residents deal with aftermath of violent storm

PHARSALIA – Officials are investigating reports of a tornado in the Pharsalia area after a mobile home, three barns and wide swaths of forest were knocked down during an early... read more...


First Baptist welcomes all faiths Sunday to installation ceremony

NORWICH – The First Baptist Church of Norwich will officially welcome new Pastor David Speigel during installation ceremonies scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. Sunday at the church... read more...


Sports

Runyon selected to BCANY Top-50

NORWICH – Norwich senior Hannah Runyon picked up two more basketball honors, fitting postscripts to an exceptional three-year varsity basketball career for the Tornado. Runyo... read more...


Bonnell wins Athlete of the Week award

CORTLAND – Norwich 2010 graduate, Sarah Bonnell, was named this week the SUNYAC Women’s Outdoors Track Athlete of the Week. Bonnell, a freshman at Cortland State, finished fi... read more...


S-E boys capture five-team meet

Track and Field WEST WINFIELD – Sherburne-Earlville’s boys won seven events, and outdistanced a five-team field at Mount Markham High School Wednesday. Steve White was a t... read more...


Community

Oxford celebrates Arbor Day this weekend

 OXFORD – The Oxford Village Tree Board met on April 14 and firmed up plans for the eighteenth annual “Tree City USA” Arbor Day Celebration. The date will be Saturday, April 3... read more...


Opinion

Much ado about rotten scoundrels

In this age of video games, reality TV and oh, Sarah Palin, it’s refreshing to see that a high school drama club still has the gumption to stage Shakespeare. I’m not in the ... read more...


Entertainment

The Kennedys perform at Six on the Square

OXFORD – On Saturday at 7:30 p.m., 6 On The Square (6OTS) is proud to present American folk-rock legends, The Kennedys. One of the most compelling acts on the contemporary fo... read more...


Syracuse rockers Silent Fury ready to hit the Blarney Stone stage

NORWICH – Since forming three years ago, Syracuse-based rockers Silent Fury have opened for the likes of Bret Michaels, the Spin Doctors, the Goo Goo Dolls, Warrant, Vertical ... read more...


S-E performs 'Much Ado About Nothing' this weekend

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne-Earlville High School presents William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” this Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. The comedy, written at the en... read more...


Afton stages 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels' this weekend

AFTON – For anyone who’s ever believed they have an uncle in Nigeria, this show is for you! It is said there are few constants in life. One is death. Another, taxes. Afton... read more...


DVD Patrol: Hidden gems from favorite stars

How many times have you been watching some show on television like “Entertainment Tonight” or “Access Hollywood” and you see how a star got started or some parts they had to p... read more...


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