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City wrapping up FEMA reimbursements for flood damages

NORWICH – Though spared the extreme flooding damages seen in some surrounding areas in the wake of Tropical Storm Lee five months ago, city officials applied for FEMA assistan... read more...


UV’s Mackey named education advocate of the year by SBHC

ALBANY – State Senator James L. Seward (R/C/I–Oneonta) congratulated Unadilla Valley Central School Superintendent Robert Mackey earlier this week following his receipt of th... read more...


City Parks Commission honors Stuart Chase for years of service

NORWICH – Longtime City Parks Commission Member Stuart Chase was awarded a plaque of recognition for his commitment to the City of Norwich at Monday night’s Parks Commission m... read more...


SU helps Jewish Center celebrate restoration efforts

NORWICH – The Jewish Center of Norwich – which made headlines in 2008 when it was vandalized by local youths – is the subject of an event tonight involving Syracuse University... read more...


County supports pension reform

NORWICH – Town of Pharsalia Supervisor Dennis Brown on Monday called for Chenango County to send a message to state officials that it is in favor of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s propo... read more...


Sherburne United Church of Christ under new, interim leadership

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne United Church of Christ, 1 South Main St., has started off the new year with a new interim pastor following the departure of Reverend I. Kelly Shefle... read more...


Sports

Deer diseases, spruce grouse management, and more

Most deer hunters in Central New York are familiar with Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) that was found here back in 2005. As you may remember, the NYSDEC set up an exclusion zon... read more...


Three local wrestlers earn at-large bids to state meet

ALBANY – Three Chenango County wrestlers received at-large wild-card bids to the New York State Division II Wrestling Tournament, Feb. 24-25 at the Times Union Center in Alban... read more...


Dolphins swimmers win titles at district meet

CORTLAND – The Norwich YMCA Dolphins completed the Central New York Districts swim meet on Sunday, and proved to be a tough competitor all around. The highlight of the day wa... read more...


Oxford advances to MAC title game

Girls’ Basketball Oxford 32, Unatego 24 OTEGO – Oxford blanked Unatego over the final eight minutes Wednesday night, and roared past the Spartans and into the Midstate Ath... read more...


NHS JV team falls by one

NORWICH – Elmira made up a 10-point third-quarter deficit, and advanced to the STAC boys’ basketball junior varsity championship game defeating Norwich Wednesday night at Jack... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: Guilford District #14, The Village Schools, Part 6

In the continuing history of District #14 - The Union Free School this writer is quoting verbatim what Mr. Ubele documented in this ongoing saga: “Resolved that the Board of ... read more...


Citizens form friends group for NB ambulance

NEW BERLIN – Concerned citizens have formed the Friends of the Village of New Berlin Ambulance Service and will hold a fundraiser on March 3 at the fire house. The fundraiser... read more...


Opinion

Come fly with me ...

I’ve been considering, if I was a superhero ... what kind of superhero would I be? What would be my ideal superpower? Now, Green Lantern’s ring is pretty fantastic. With that... read more...


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