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Accused may take stand in his own defense

NORWICH – The trial of Charles Collins III, accused in the sexual abuse of an 11-year-old boy in the summer of 2008, is expected to reach the hands of the jury by the end of t... read more...


Gillibrand, Hanna back Greek yogurt for school lunches

NORWICH – U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Congressman Richard Hanna were scheduled to announce their joint support today for changing federal school lunch guidelines to ma... read more...


Officials prepare for how possibility of hydrofracking will affect city

NORWICH – Although environmental and zoning restrictions keep natural gas drilling out of city limits, the prospect of drilling in the area has city officials preparing for po... read more...


Investigation continues into Lincklaen Town Hall fire

LINCKLAEN – The Chenango County Bureau of Fire is continuing its investigation into a mid-afternoon fire Tuesday that severely damaged the Lincklaen Town Hall and highway depa... read more...


Sports

Helpful pointers for Saturday's squirrel season opener

Black, gray and fox squirrel hunting season starts this Saturday, Sept. 1 throughout all of New York State, except Staten Island and Long Island. The season lasts until Febr.... read more...


In loss to Windsor, Norwich qualifies for team sectionals

GOLF Windsor 207, Norwich 209 HARPURSVILLE – At Belden Hill Golf Club Wednesday, Norwich dropped a two-stroke final to Windsor, but eclipsed the cutoff score for Class B t... read more...


Community

Local singer to show off talent at the state fair

NORWICH – After a prize-winning performance at the Chenango County Fair, local singer Shannon Stark has shown she has what it takes to take her act to a bigger stage and this ... read more...


Schools of the Past: McDonough: School Days, District #6 (Preston/Harrington)

In preparation of yet another article relevant to McDonough’s assorted district schools and as there is extensive information available to District #6, let us take a few momen... read more...


Opinion

The fear of spending a buck

I learned long ago that everyone is afraid of something. Even the most rational have their own quirky, irrational fears and as long as that fear doesn’t interfere with their d... read more...


Letter to the Editor: McBride: The kind of person I hope we elect

Editor, I am someone who fully believes in the voting process; everyone has the right to vote as they choose. I, however, get concerned when the negative comments come out ab... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Putting the earthquake myth to bed

Editor, I read the Letter to the Editor on Hydraulic Fracturing in Friday’s paper and was once again dismayed by the lack of knowledge exhibited by the author on the topic, a... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Hydrofracking issue raises multiple questions

Editor, Let me begin by saying that I am not an officer for any associations and I only speak for myself. In a recent inquiry to this newspaper which I am a subscriber to, I ... read more...


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