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Community gets behind the cause for Greene's Floodfest

GREENE – Floodfest-Greene was an incredible success due to a huge outpouring of support from members of the community, said event coordinator Wess Van Voorhis. “I couldn’t be... read more...


Afton man nabbed in cocaine bust

AFTON – An 61-year-old Afton man has been charged with third degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance... read more...


Five-year-old bicyclist struck by car, airlifted to Syracuse

NORWICH – A five-year-old bicyclist was struck by a car on Sunday and – following transportation to Chenango Memorial Hospital – transferred via Sidney-based Life Net helicopt... read more...


County advised to purchase fire training facility

NORWICH – Chenango County Fire Coordinator Matt Beckwith requested last week that the county consider purchasing the fire and emergency management training facility located on... read more...


Equalization rates remain flat; only handful of towns at 100 percent

NORWICH – The New York State Board of Real Property Services has released annual equalization rates for Chenango County’s municipalities. Except in cases where towns have com... read more...


Town of Norwich spared brunt of flood damage

NORWICH – With record flooding gone by and the daunting aftermath still evident, Town of Norwich road crews have been working to ease the concerns of traveling locals, restori... read more...


Sports

Norwich blows through Windsor

ORWICH – The Purple Tornado blew through the Windsor defense in the first quarter with little impedance. Norwich junior Kyle Edwards raced for 67 yards for a touchdown on the... read more...


B-G boys nip Oxford, 2-1

Boys’ Soccer Bainbridge-Guilford 2, Oxford 1 BAINBRIDGE – B-G’s Adam Bauerle tucked in the winning goal with two minutes remaining to give the Bobcats the victory over Oxf... read more...


Greene dominates in second half

Football Greene 35, Oneonta 14 ONEONTA – Facing a one-point halftime deficit, Greene (5-0) dominated the second half to remain unbeaten on the season. Oneonta drove 89 ya... read more...


Community

McDonough gets new fire truck

Members of the McDonough Fire Department Kevin Morley, 2nd Assistant Chief Rich Stone, Chief Don Granger, Assistant Chief Mike Beckwith and President John Tracy were on hand S... read more...


Norwich names 2011 Homecoming Court

Norwich crowned its 2011 Homecoming Court Friday night. From left: 4th runners-up Jackie Gabone and Dillon Smith; 3rd runners-up Kaitlyn Darling and Sean Sheldon; Queen Sophie... read more...


Opinion

A Ponzi scheme

Governor Perry dared to blurt that the Emperor is strutting around in the buff. The gov had the audacity to suggest our Social Security system is a Ponzi scheme. His opponent... read more...


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