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62nd annual Sherburne Pageant of Bands this weekend!

SHERBURNE – Approximately 20,000 people will come to Sherburne this weekend to watch 30 junior and senior high school bands participate in the 62nd Annual Sherburne Pageant of... read more...


NHS coach charged with locker room spying

NORWICH – A complaint yesterday by Norwich School District officials resulted in a police investigation and the subsequent arrest of high school teaching assistant and swimmin... read more...


New Berlin Police make arrests in tire slashings

NEW BERLIN – Following an investigation into numerous complaints of vehicles with tires slashed in the village on May 28, the New Berlin Police Department has charged three in... read more...


Mental health services: Doing more with less

NORWICH – After her first year on the job, Chenango County Community Mental Hygiene Services Director Ruth Roberts says she’s not the most popular person at work right now. T... read more...


Renewable Energy Expo tomorrow

NORWICH – The first-ever Renewable Energy and Green Products Expo will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Norwich Fire Station, 31 East Main St. The expo will fea... read more...


Sports

Greene's Noelle doubles at state qualifier

Track and Field BINGHAMTON – Greene senior Chad Noelle had little trouble defending his Section IV titles at the state qualifier, and returning state champion, Katie Woodfo... read more...


Community

New principal at Holy Family

NORWICH – Fr. Ralph A. Bove, pastor of St. Bartholomew’s and St. Paul’s Churches in Norwich, is pleased to announce that Stephen R. Bradley of Sherburne will be the next princ... read more...


Preferred donates to downtown parks

Preferred Mutual Insurance Company President and CEO Chris Taft (right) presents Friends of the Park representative Eric Larsen and BID Executive Director Pegi LoPresti with a... read more...


S-E names prom court

The Sherburne-Earlville Prom Court participants showed off their very best last Saturday during promenade. Pictured are juniors, Caci Day, Randy Briggs, Sierra Morris, Dougla... read more...


Opinion

Master media manipulator

Sarah Palin’s “One Nation” bus tour through America’s historic sites could be the start of a presidential campaign. Or she could be kicking off a new reality-TV series. With P... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

It’s finally here, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is in full summer mode and some great movies are coming up for the Toddster to look at. A lot of good DVDs are coming out too inc... read more...


Enter the Haggis: Celtic Rock comes to EOH

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House welcomes Enter the Haggis with their innovative Celtic rock at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 4. Enter the Haggis, an explosive Celtic-rock quinte... read more...


Catskill Chamber Singers perform for Monday Evening Musical Club

NORWICH – The Monday Evening Musical Club will sponsor Oneonta’s Catskill Chamber Singers on Monday, June 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the United Church of Christ, 11 W. Main St., Norwic... read more...


6OTS hosting Oxford Academy year-end Art Show

OXFORD – The three art teachers in the Oxford Academy School District are proud to be having their “Second Annual End of the Year Art Show” at 6 on the Square (6OTS). 6OTS is ... read more...


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