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City Fire Dept. seeks better ISO rating

NORWICH – Nearly 15 years have passed since the Norwich Fire Department was last evaluated for business and homeowners fire insurance purposes and since then, changes to the d... read more...


Public hearings scheduled for new electric transmission line in Sherburne and Columbus

NORWICH – The public is invited to learn the status of New York State Electric and Gas’ application for tax abatement in order to build a 10.7-mile electrical power line throu... read more...


3rd annual Hymn Sing – A Celebration of Love – open to all

NORWICH – With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, the Emmanuel Episcopal Church is set to host its 3rd annual, non-denominational Hymn Sing – A Celebration of Love – at 4... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Ryan Porter

Ryan Porter has been a pretty good player for Bainbridge-Guilford for a long time. He came up as a freshman, and led his team in scoring. He was having a fine sophomore campai... read more...


UV prevails over Greene in overtime

Boys’ Basketball Unadilla Valley 57, Greene 54 (OT) GREENE – UV’s Justin Hofer made one free throw at the end of regulation to force overtime with Greene, and it was the S... read more...


Expanded USA swimmng team to hold registration Feb. 27

NORWICH – The newly expanded USA Swimming team representing all of Chenango County will be holding registration for swimmers for the spring-summer 2012 season. Registration w... read more...


Section wrestling tournament seeds

The Section III and Section IV wrestling tournaments commence today with the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton serving as host for Section IV, and Onondaga C... read more...


Community

Farm Bureau helps kids tackle 'Planet Challenge'

NORWICH – Sixth grade students at All Saints Catholic School in Endicott are getting help from the Chenango County Farm Bureau in a project that teaches them about alternative... read more...


Opinion

Obama stacking up well against Romney

A choice or a referendum? With Mitt Romney emerging as the likely Republican nominee, that is the question on which voters can now start focusing. And a new ABC/Washington Pos... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

Hey, Patrollers! The Toddster thought he would take a page or two from the playbooks of the folks at ESPN and bring some movies to your attention that are coming to theaters f... read more...


Guilford Historical Society presents “A Trip Back in Time”

GUILFORD – Discovering life in the 1800s by music and costume leads one to the program title “Why did they dress like that?” Carolyn and Larry McMaster bring the era to life, ... read more...


Art Forum hosts Blarney Rebel band this weekend

NEW BERLIN – The New Berlin Art Forum will present the “Blarney Rebel Band” at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11 in the Unadilla Valley Central School Auditorium for a fun-filled eveni... read more...


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