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Damaging winds, hail a concern as severe storms threaten today

NORWICH – Severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening could potentially result in damaging winds, hail, heavy rain and possibly tornadoes, according to the City of Norwich... read more...


Classic Car Museum to host Fireball Run filmed adventure series

NORWICH – The Northeast Classic Car Museum will shine in the national spotlight on Wednesday, Sept. 26 as the organization plays host during the annual filmed adventure series... read more...


Flanagan Research Center requests more county funding

NORWICH – More county funding is on the way to cover cost overruns at the James S. Flanagan History Research Center on 43 Rexford St. in Norwich. Representatives from the Che... read more...


Sherburne to celebrate agriculture at Heritage Day Saturday

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Historic Park Society plans to celebrate the township’s agricultural beginnings during its annual Sherburne Heritage Day, which is set to take place ... read more...


Storm begins to hit Chenango with hard rain

UPDATE from the City of Norwich Emergency Management office: The Tornado Watch for Chenango has been cancelled. A strong storm has moved through southern Chenango County,... read more...


Sports

Invasives, part 3: The Billion dollar bugs

Left unchecked, the Hemlock Wooley Adelgid, Asian Longhorn Beetle, and the Emerald Ash Borer would just about wipe out one-third of the trees in North America. Imagine the sce... read more...


Woodford named to Division I All-Academic team

ITHACA – Eight members of the Cornell women's track and field team have made the 2012 Division I All-Academic Track & Field Team, awarded by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross... read more...


Community

A Rare Look Into The Archives: Mae Smith

By John Antonowicz Correspondent In celebration of the Chenango County Historical Society’s 50th anniversary of being open to the public, the first five articles have been a... read more...


Storm Safety Tips

On Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo offered the following precautionary measures as potentially severe weather is expected to sweep across the state this afternoon and evening... read more...


Opinion

People want what they can’t have

When I was a substitute teacher at the Sherburne-Earlville Elementary School, I heard all the common arguments often associated with kids just being kids. I heard all the comp... read more...


Entertainment

Lunchtime Live!

Local musician Joe Lombardi took to the stage for the second installment of the Norwich Business Improvement District’s Lunchtime Live! summer concert series. Husband and wife... read more...


Perkins studio dancers ‘on’ at nationals

NORWICH – Perkins School of the Arts dancers were ‘on’ in Orlando this month. A large group of 40 PSA dancers won awards in every category at the Can Dance competition, the Ca... read more...


Summer Concert Series performance moved to Council of the Arts tonight

NORWICH – Tonight’s Summer Concert Series performance – featuring the sacred steel stylings of The Campbell Brothers – has been moved to the Chenango County Council of t... read more...


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