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More tobacco-free action needed, say advocates

NORWICH – Tobacco-free advocates are encouraging Chenango County to play a larger role in curbing what the state health department says is a high rate of smoking here. Bannin... read more...


Chobani cuts ribbon on NYC yogurt bar

Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy of New York and Hamdi Ulukaya, left, President and CEO of Chobani, cut the ribbon to celebrate the opening of Chobani SoHo, a first-of-its-kind Mediterra... read more...


Get the most bang for your buck with a fair season pass

NORWICH – Coordinators of the 165th Chenango County Fair are offering fair goers the chance to do more for less this year by selling memberships that allow holders to enjoy th... read more...


Pleasant Street drug bust nabs three

NORWICH – The Norwich City Police Department – assisted by Chenango County Sheriff’s Office detectives – forced entry into an 8 Pleasant St. residence at approximately 9 p.m. ... read more...


Norwich changes school schedules

NORWICH – The Norwich City School District has restructured its drop-off and pick up times – and locations – for the 2012-2013 school year, according to Superintendent Gerard ... read more...


Sports

The Sportsman's area at the Chenango County Fair

Next Tuesday opens the annual Chenango County Fair, and while you are having a great time on the rides, checking out the tractor pulls, and stuffing your face with cotton cand... read more...


Carson-Seiler open defense of CCC title today

The victory at the 53rd Annual Canasawacta Country Club Men’s Member-Guest golf tournament for Tim Carson and Scott Seiler was not only sweet for the longtime pair, but also ... read more...


Community

Lots to do at the New Berlin Library this summer

NEW BERLIN – Whether it’s the New Berlin Library’s always popular Summer Reading Program, last month’s Perkins Memorial Concert Series or an upcoming visit by two local author... read more...


Oxford unites to raise money for B.J. Ross

OXFORD – Three Oxford organizations are joining forces this weekend to raise money for a 47-year old woman struggling with tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills accumu... read more...


McDonough District #4 – Daniels, Part I

The McDonough district school route takes us to the original location of this school on what is known as the Bliven-Sherman Road which is in the vicinity of Bowman Lake and ru... read more...


Opinion

Angels on the Internet

There are all sorts of hypotheses about what happens to us after we die. Some believe that, like Clarence in “It’s a Wonderful Life,” we become befuddled angels on a quest t... read more...


Communication revolution or evolution?

Some things are better off left unsaid. Unfortunately, in an age where social media dominates nearly every aspect of our daily lives, even the things we would be better off to... read more...


Entertainment

Phoenix Project Dance to perform in Norwich this weekend

NORWICH – A home-grown dance company with an international reach will bring its artistry to the Norwich stage this weekend, with performances at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at ... read more...


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