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They are your friends

If you live in an earthquake zone, small earthquakes are your friends. If you live in a healthy society and healthy economy, various crises are your friends. Living in an ear... read more...


United Way puts focus on educational goals

NORWICH – As part of an effort to reduce the national dropout rate, the Chenango County United Way is examining issues impacting education and plans to work with local educati... read more...


Two accused felons accept plea deals, three offer not guilty pleas

NORWICH – A pair of accused felons accepted plea deals in Chenango County court Friday, while three others, indicted in October, pleaded not guilty to the felony charges broug... read more...


Seven indicted by Chenango grand jury

NORWICH – The Chenango County grand jury met Wednesday and handed up a number of criminal indictments. At the proceeding, the Chenango County District Attorney’s Office presen... read more...


What will Chenango look like in 2030?

NORWICH – What will Chenango County look like in 2030? What kinds of jobs will be available? Will downtown communities be active? How much open space will be left? What sort o... read more...


Sports

YMCA runs 30th annual Turkey Trot

The Norwich Family YMCA hosts its annual Turkey Trot race for runners and walkers of all ages on Sunday in the City of Norwich. ... read more...


Greene suffers same fate in state semifinals loss

CICERO – The pained looks on the faces of Greene’s players revealed the frustration and disappointment of suffering a bad case of deja vu. For the second straight year, Green... read more...


Community

Greene boy gets to be Mayor for a day

GREENE – Cameron Johnson was chosen to act as Mayor for a Day in the Village of Greene following a successful community Halloween dance and food challenge. Mayor Marcia Mill... read more...


Eighth Recycled Ornament Contest underway in Oxford

OXFORD – It’s officially “Oxford Recycles Month,” and the eighth annual Recycled Holiday Ornament Contest kicked off at the Oxford Academy Primary School. Notices went home in... read more...


Guernsey Library embarks on adult literacy program

NORWICH – The Guernsey Memorial Library, in conjunction with Literacy Volunteers of Chenango County, will soon be hosting a state-funded adult literacy program, upholding its ... read more...


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