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Oxford officials continue to seek input for community survey

OXFORD – As part of a joint effort between the Town and Village of Oxford to lead residents into a promising future, local leaders and community members are reaching out to to... read more...


Late Blight confirmed on some Chenango tomato crops

NORWICH – Late Blight has been confirmed on tomatoes in a garden in the eastern portion of the Town of Norwich, according to Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango Co... read more...


Pair of Greene accidents send three to Wilson Hospital

GREENE – Emergency and law enforcement personnel responded to a pair of accidents in the Town of Greene Monday, both of which resulted in those involved being transporte... read more...


Ford files petitions for Town of Norwich Board campaign

NORWICH – City of Norwich Fire Captain Michael Ford has filed a petition for September’s Republican Party primary as part of his campaign for a seat on the Norwich Town Board.... read more...


Three remanded, one pleads not guilty in county court

NORWICH – Five people charged with a variety of felony and misdemeanor crimes appeared in county court Monday; one was remanded to the Chenango County Correctional Facility on... read more...


Organizers prepare for Senior Day at fair

NORWICH – With the Chenango County Fair right around the corner, coordinators for the second annual Senior Day are busy with plans of bringing back last year’s favorite events... read more...


Community

Eye on Justice

Chenango County Buildings and Grounds Director Julie Gates enjoyed the fun part of her job Monday atop a massive crane over West Side Park in downtown Norwich. Operator and co... read more...


Two students selected for Rotary International adventures

NORWICH – Do you know any Chenango County teens who have ridden camels in India? How about any who have braved a Siberian winter, stood from atop glaciers in Patagonia or won ... read more...


Veterans hit the road for specialized end of life care

NORWICH – Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines for the First We Honor Veterans’ motorcycle ride to benefit Hospice. The money raised will be allocated to provide ser... read more...


Opinion

Too much of anything can get annoying

Remember a few years ago when term limits were all the rage? The idea was that every few election cycles, politicians would have to run for a different office or go back home ... read more...


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