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If summer's over, it must be flu season ...

NORWICH – With summer sadly retreating into the distance, fall has crept upon us bringing the changing color of the leaves, long-sleeved shirts and, unfortunately, flu season.... read more...


Village of Greene set to celebrate 92nd annual Labor Day Picnic

GREENE – As one of the town’s longest running annual events, the Greene Labor Day Picnic has taken on a life of its own over the past 92 years. What began in 1919 as a communi... read more...


Norwich police investigator takes stand in Victor trial

NORWICH – Norwich City Police Investigator Michael Purdy will resume testimony this morning, his third day on the witness stand in the case against accused drug dealer Michael... read more...


Sports

Local football teams open this weekend

Every local team hopes to come out of its preseason scrimmage injury free. It’s the first opportunity for football teams to hit someone other than a teammate, and the only tun... read more...


JC pulls away to beat Norwich

BOYS’ SOCCER Johnson City 8, Norwich 2 NORWICH – After Norwich’s Cameron Prime tied the game midway through the first half on a direct kick, Johnson City scored seven str... read more...


Community

Oxford Fire Dept. organizes donation drive to help flood victims

OXFORD – Oxford may not be on the list of fire departments from Chenango who have sent crews to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, but that doesn’t mean the volunteer d... read more...


Seebers hosts fundraiser for Westergaard family

SMITHVILLE FLATS – When Dave Westergaard passed away on July 20, he left behind his wife of 16 years, Alline, and five small children. The 54-year old Oxford man had been diag... read more...


Opinion

GOP posturing obstructs new era of gov’t

Whenever natural disaster strikes, the nation’s governors always have the same response. Where are the Feds? When will help from Washington arrive? Listen to Republican Gov. ... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

We’re just moving along, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol keeps on going and one thing that keeps us all going is the wind. Hurricane Irene won’t be something we’ll forget for a lon... read more...


 April Verch Band brings both championship fiddle & stepdancing to EOH 

EARLVILLE – On Friday, Sept. 2, the Earlville Opera House welcomes the April Verch Band traveling from Ontario in support of their newest CD, with the Band to play the histori... read more...


Monday Evening Musical Club begins new season Sept. 12

NORWICH – The Monday Evening Musical Club of Norwich is pleased to announce its 2011-12 concert lineup. The season starts on Sept. 12, with the Chris Wolf-Gould Ensemble, pe... read more...


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