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Tornado field band readies for Fall Festival this weekend

NORWICH – Community members are invited to cheer on the Norwich Purple Tornado Field Band as they host their last competition Saturday night before competing at the Syracuse C... read more...


Libous hears gas drilling, flood damage concerns at town hall meeting

NEW BERLIN – New York State Senator Thomas Libous, R-52nd District, opened the floor to any state issue during a visit with New Berlin area residents Thursday night at the fir... read more...


Three accused in drug bust headed for county court

NORWICH – Three accused narcotics dealers charged with multiple felonies in a Norwich City Police sting operation last weekend will be heading to county court after waiving th... read more...


Info on sex offenders now available on Facebook

CHENANGO – Information on medium and high-risk sex offenders living in their neighborhoods can now be found online by Facebook users statewide, according to the NYS Division o... read more...


Two running for Columbus supervisor lament past spending decisions

COLUMBUS – The Town of Columbus’ decision back in 2009 to build a courtroom onto the town hall not only provoked its supervisor at the time to resign, but has now become one o... read more...


Sports

Norwich gridders not in a sharing mood

Norwich and head coach John Martinson are not in a sharing mood. The Tornado take the field Saturday afternoon at Chenango Valley as the Section IV Division III front-runner. ... read more...


Volleyball seniors regcongized

Norwich’s senior volleyball players were honored before Thursday night’s home game against Johnson City. Players in the front from the left are Pauline Vincent, Kaci Osterhout... read more...


Greene field hockey team finishes regular season unbeaten

Field Hockey Greene 4, Sidney 0 GREENE – Playing its third game in three days and fifth contest since last Friday, the Trojans showed no worse for wear blanking Sidney to ... read more...


Athlete of the Week: Alex Driscoll

Oxford first-year coach Jim Champlin had the opportunity to coach against Greene and its leading scorer Alex Driscoll for the first time this season. In the second meeting bet... read more...


Community

Pumpkin Festival plans carving competition

NORWICH – Are you the talk of your neighborhood due to your pumpkin carving talents? If so, this is the contest for you! Back for the fourth year, Reese Marshall is proud to s... read more...


Opinion

Surviving the media primary

More than two months before the first votes are cast in Iowa and New Hampshire, an important primary is actually going on right now. Call it the Media Primary, and it is playi... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

Hello, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is cruising the high seas and there were a lot of interesting fish on the sea. In our case, we are fishing for a lot of different movies and ... read more...


Marjorie Thompson in concert at 6OTS Saturday

OXFORD – Saturday, at 7:30 p.m., 6 On The Square (6OTS) is proud to announce the return of singer-songwriter-fingerstyle guitarist, Marjorie Thompson. Greg Franklin, on bass, ... read more...


Ghosts of Opera House Past haunt Earlville next weekend

EARLVILLE – If scary witches and ghosts send shivers up your spine, perhaps you had better avoid the old Earlville Opera House on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 7-9 p.m. On the other ... read more...


Morrisville students host Halloween bash fundraiser tonight

NORWICH – Prof. Cynthia Riedi’s Psych 101 class will be hosting a Halloween bash on Friday as a fundraiser for St. Bart’s soup kitchen in Norwich. The event will begin at 4:30... read more...


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