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Police raid parolee’s home and uncover illegal handguns

NEW BERLIN – Police raided the home of a parolee in the Village of New Berlin Tuesday and reported finding three illegal hand guns hidden in the residence. The New Berlin Pol... read more...


Meet Oxford’s school board hopefuls

OXFORD – Three candidates are vying for two seats on the Oxford Academy and Central School Board. The positions up for grabs are those of incumbents Gene Rood and Mary Branham... read more...


Head-on crash closes down Rt. 8

NEW BERLIN – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office said a pick-up driver attempting to cut off a tractor trailer traveling along State Highway 8 Wednesday was responsible for a... read more...


Arrests made in dental fraud scheme

AFTON – On Tuesday, the New York State Office of the Attorney General (Medicaid Fraud Control Unit) and the New York State Police in Sidney arrested Victor Nino, 57, of Uniond... read more...


Decker: Will he or won’t he?

NORTH NORWICH – Chenango County Board of Supervisors Chairman Richard B. Decker, R-North Norwich, said this week that he is “very undecided” about whether or not he’ll seek re... read more...


Closed-door meeting upsets some supervisors

NORWICH – A closed meeting of a small group of Republican supervisors held last week in the county office building raised the ire of at least two county leaders who weren’t in... read more...


Sports

Mother Nature extends her peace offering – nice weather

Much to everyone’s relief and delight, Mother Nature finally decided to reward our recent foul weather suffering with some truly gorgeous springtime weather conditions. About ... read more...


SU hoops star, Rick Jackson, appears in Norwich

NORWICH – Rick Jackson was one of the most improved basketball players in the Big East Conference this past season. Now just a few days away from graduating with his degree in... read more...


NHS Sports Hall of Fame profile: Kurt Beyer

Editor’s note: The profile on Kurt Beyer was researched and written by Jim Dunne, a 1955 Norwich High School graduate. This is the fifth in our series of articles on the inaug... read more...


Unatego edges Unadilla Valley

Baseball Unatego 3, Unadilla Valley 2 NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley probably wishes it saved some of the 22 runs it scored Tuesday for Wednesday’s game against Unatego. Th... read more...


Norwich softball wins first STAC division game

Softball Norwich 14, Owego 13 (nine innings) NORWICH – Norwich won its first STAC league game in at least three years rallying for three runs in the bottom of the ninth to... read more...


Community

Beadle’s 2nd annual Earth Day Celebration supports Youth Bureau

NORWICH – Last year, the first-ever Beadle’s Lounge Earth Day Celebration raised nearly $2,000 for the city’s youth bureau and the numerous programs it offers. This time aroun... read more...


Schools of the Past: Greene: Road One, First School 1925-1932 Part I

The subject of this article was written by Ruth Filer Thompson, the daughter of Ruby Filer, a teacher, and is a documentation of her remembrances of attending school when grow... read more...


Opinion

Spring fever

It’s true what they say, I guess. About April showers bringing May flowers. Last month came to a close with some pretty intense storms. But now, thanks to this recent string... read more...


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