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Violent storms sweep through Chenango

CHENANGO COUNTY – Violent storms swept through Chenango County last night, leaving downed trees and power lines in their wake. “It was essentially a cluster of thunderstorms ... read more...


Norwich deputy police chief retires after nearly 25 years of public service

NORWICH – Deputy Chief Dale Smith will wear the shield of a Norwich Police Officer for the last time Saturday as he retires after 24 and a half years of law enforcement servi... read more...


Memorial Day weekend tradition continues with the 46th annual Rolling Antiquers Auto Show

NORWICH – One of the largest classic automobile shows in the northeast, the 46th annual Rolling Antiquers Auto Show and Flea Market will roll into town for Memorial Day weeken... read more...


BID kicks things off with Cruise-In tonight

NORWICH – Memorial Day weekend will kick off in style with the BID’s 10th annual Cruise-In, from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight. Even with the renovations currently underway in East Park... read more...


Stroll for Sixty: Walk to stop diabetes

SHERBURNE – It’ll only take an hour, and the support for diabetes research will be well worth it. “Stroll for Sixty” (as in minutes) is a fundraiser initiated by Sherburne Ea... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Haley Witchella

Sports historians will know the name Babe Didrikson Zaharias. She was voted by the Associated Press as the ninth greatest athlete of the 20th century – and number one among fe... read more...


Norwich boys second at Class B sectionals

Track and Field Class B Meet WINDSOR – Norwich’s boys finished 3 1/2 points behind Waverley to place second in the Class B track and field meet Thursday afternoon. Norwic... read more...


Community

Memorial Day services roundup

GUILFORD Calling all local veterans of war and peace time, we welcome you to march, ride or visit us on Memorial Day. The Guilford Fire Department annual Memorial Day para... read more...


Opinion

Time for goodbye again

I’m hesitant to eulogize Tyler Murphy yet again as it’s been done in each successive column this week, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t mark the auspicious occasion in some way. ... read more...


Entertainment

Grammy-Winning Blues opens Earlville Opera House’s 40th season

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House opens its 40th Anniversary Season with the Grammy-winning blues of the Joe Louis Walker Band on Saturday at 8 p.m. This past December Joe... read more...


Bainbridge Art Show closes with awards

BAINBRIDGE – The Jericho Arts Council’s Annual Fine Arts Show ended on May 14 with a closing reception. This year’s show featured 109 works by 53 artists, and was on display i... read more...


DVD Patrol: Our favorite black and white movies

Movies always cover a broad spectrum and subjects that mean a lot of different things to everyone in the world. This statement couldn’t be made more true especially when the m... read more...


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