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Looking back and ahead, America remembers 9/11

Former Norwich resident Robert Peraza, who lost his son Robert David Peraza in the attacks at the World Trade Center, pauses at his son's name at the North Pool of the 9/11 Me... read more...


Communities pull together as clean up begins in wake of floods

GREENE – At the curb in front of the Dean’s home on North Chenango Street in the Village of Greene are two piles of trash. One, a growing mound of sodden furniture and boxes a... read more...


17th annual Colorscape draws thousands over the weekend

NORWICH – Despite some early afternoon showers on Sunday and approximately 20 exhibitor cancellations – due to last week’s widespread flooding – the 17th annual Colorscape Che... read more...


Updated Chenango road closures list

Road closures as of 9 a.m. Monday. Numerous additions and deletions have been made to the list below since the last update. Including: • The bridge on State Rte 23 in So... read more...


Four petitions for government office in Coventry thrown out; GOP primary elections are tomorrow

COVENTRY – Four independent hopefuls for office in Coventry will not appear on the general election ballot in November because their petitions have been thrown out. And depen... read more...


Otselic’s Messineo to face opposition in November election

OTSELIC – The political landscape in Otselic could be shaken up a bit in the November elections as new candidates for supervisor, council and justice have entered the race. E... read more...


Sports

Off the Map Week 11: Burning the night away

The gorilla and his bride-to-be stood at the end of the pier, hand-in-hand, as the presiding official put the megaphone to his lips and began the ceremony. “Do you, Tuffy, tak... read more...


S-E dominant in league win over Clinton

SHERBURNE – After going backward more that forward for nearly a quarter, Sherburne-Earlville’s offense unleashed a torrent of quick-striking plays that quickly put the game ou... read more...


Marauders second in 30th annual tourney

Field Hockey S-E Tournament SHERBURNE – At the 30th Annual S-E Field Hockey Tournament, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill built on a 1-0 halftime lead with four more goals in the sec... read more...


Community

The Blue Lamp and Hoppie’s to hold Business After Hours

OXFORD – Commerce Chenango, along with The Blue Lamp and Hoppie’s, will be holding a Chamber Business After Hours at 4 LaFayette Park in Oxford. The event will be held from 5 ... read more...


Opinion

545 People

This guy poses a few questions you might enjoy chewing on.  He is Charlie Reese. He recently wrote his last column for the Orlando Sentinel. Question: If both Democrats and R... read more...


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