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Twenty-three of Chenango’s bridges deemed structurally deficient

OXFORD – The mighty Chenango rose perilously close under State Street Bridge in Oxford last Thursday, a bridge that has been deemed structurally deficient by the federal highw... read more...


Long road ahead for many Chenango towns

BAINBRIDGE – Sump pumps droned and the odor of fuel oil hung heavy in the air Sunday as residents living along Front Street in Bainbridge shifted load after load of household ... read more...


Republican Party primaries today

CHENANGO COUNTY – The Chenango County Republican Party primary elections are today. Polls open from noon to 9 p.m. in the following towns that are holding a primary: Columbus... read more...


Victor found guilty on drug, weapons charges

NORWICH – Michael A. Victor Jr. has been found guilty as charged on all ten of the drug, weapons and conspiracy counts on his 2009 felony indictment. The jury returned the una... read more...


Superintendent unveils Common Core guidelines, draft on BOE focus areas

NORWICH – Norwich City School District Superintendent Gerard O’Sullivan unveiled New York’s latest plan to address changing educational standards across the state – the Common... read more...


Broome wants to use our landfill

PHARSALIA – Due to the immense damage and leftover debris in Broome County from tropical storm Lee, county officials there have requested the use of landfills in Chenango and ... read more...


Sports

Greene wears down Chenango Forks

CHENANGO FORKS – Victories over Chenango Forks have come few and far between the past 11 years, especially by Section IV teams. Monday afternoon, Greene halted the Blue Devil... read more...


Wonka rushes for 223 yards in Oxford win

OXFORD – A big defensive play at the end of the first half gave Oxford momentum, and the Blackhawks wore UV-Edmeston out with their running game in a 28-19 win Monday night. ... read more...


S-E uses big second half to beat Mount Markham

Boys’ Soccer S-E 3, Mount Markham 1 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville broke away from a tie game with a superlative second half in Monday’s league win over Mount Markham. C... read more...


Milford Academy improves to 4-0

STATEN ISLAND – Milford Academy returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, and improved its record to 4-0 beating Wagner Sunday at Staten Island, 38-21. Donte Dotson went the dist... read more...


Community

Welcome to Smyrna

SMYRNA – The Smyrna Historical group recently unveiled three new welcome signs that greet travelers and visitors to this northern Chenango County village. The bright blue pa... read more...


Nutrition Outreach and Education Program helps put food on the table

NORWICH – A community-based program aimed at helping New Yorkers put food on the table – in addition to helping with the state’s economic recovery – the Nutrition Outreach and... read more...


Opinion

When it comes to movies, men can't help it

The Saturday night neighborhood gathering was winding down. Too many hamburgers and too much potato salad had weighed down the stragglers in chairs on the patio. The citronell... read more...


Entertainment

Colorscape announces award winners

2011 COLORSCAPE AWARD WINNERS CERAMICS 1st - Ann Pilcher, Butternut Pottery #54 2nd - Kelly Sullivan, Kspots #26 3rd - Ede Walker #2 DRAWINGS & PASTELS 1st - Micha... read more...


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