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Downtown bookstore to close after three decades

NORWICH – It’s been a favorite stop for downtown shoppers since it first opened in the summer of 1982. And for more than 20 years – as both an employee and its owner – First E... read more...


Earlville loses another mayor

EARLVILLE – William Excell was appointed Village of Earlville Mayor following an emergency meeting Wednesday night in which former Mayor Mark Doeberl stepped down from the pos... read more...


Wlasiuk conviction overturned again

NORWICH – The New York State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division today upheld convicted murderer Peter Wlasiuk’s second appeal in the death of his wife, Patricia Wlasiuk, whose... read more...


County department directors to be evaluated in 2012

NORWICH – Beginning in 2012, the directors of Chenango County’s 25 governmental departments will be evaluated on their job performance. Each supervisor received a copy of the... read more...


Changes coming to seniors' 'lifeline' program

NORWICH – The Area Agency on Aging is preparing for changes in the Chenango County Lifeline Program that will affect senior citizens throughout the county who depend on the fr... read more...


Sports

Norwich gets confidence boost with overtime win over Vestal

Girls’ Basketball Norwich 52, Vestal 46 (OT) JOHNSON CITY – A stunning comeback in the final minute allowed Norwich to force overtime, and from there, the Tornado dominate... read more...


Marauders rally in fourth quarter to defeat UV

Boys’ Basketball Sherburne-Earlville 62, Unadilla Valley 60 NEW BERLIN – Sherburne-Earlville made up an eight-point fourth-quarter deficit Wednesday night to reach the fin... read more...


Community

Greene eatery reopens after five-month hiatus

GREENE – Back by popular demand, Our Place Restaurant and Lounge has re-opened its doors after a five month hiatus. According to co-owners Robin and Mark Woodruff, the hiatus... read more...


Scouts make push for new members

NORWICH – Along with numerous other organizations during these difficult financial times, the Boy Scouts of America has seen a substantial drop in membership over the past thr... read more...


Schools of the Past: Guilford District 19 – Virginia or Combined District Guilford-Oxford Dist. 16

Related numerous times in past articles, if new information came to light it would be noted in future articles. Such is the case with the article last week District #19 - Puck... read more...


Opinion

It’s the end of the world ...

Christmas is finally over which means we can all relax, right? Not if the ancient Mayans are to be believed. If what they say is true, this will be humanity’s final year walk... read more...


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