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City should be able to reopen pool without loans

NORWICH – In another twist of events for the Kurt Beyer Pool, the City Council resolved to accept grant funds and approve a bid to move forward with renovations at Tuesday nig... read more...

Executives need to become pro-business activists, support each other’s enterprises, speaker says

NORWICH – It’s time for business people to become more active, to write letters and make calls to New York State representatives and Chambers of Commerce in support of economi... read more...

Oxford students get hands-on with DNA profiling

OXFORD – High school students at Oxford Academy will have a chance to participate in a high-tech experiment under the guidance of a Cornell University expert this week. Dr. ... read more...

Trial begins in case of alleged sex abuse of four-year-old

NORWICH – Following more than four hours of jury selection, the trial of 24-year-old Tommy Kessinger Sr. began Tuesday afternoon with opening statements by the prosecution and... read more...


G-MU rallies for sectional playoff victory

Boys’ Basketball G-MU 40, Richfield Springs 38 COPES CORNERS – In a six-point hole to start the fourth quarter, G-MU rallied past Richfield Springs Tuesday night to advanc... read more...


Ash Wednesday

Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the Lenten season preceding Easter for the Catholic religion. Above, Father Ralph Bove of St. Bartholomew’s in Norwich administers ash... read more...


Fill ‘er up

The powers that be must think we – the general public; the 99 percent; your average, ordinary, every day American; however you’d like to label us – are complete morons. That, ... read more...

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