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Schumer urges funds for NYS&W restoration

WASHINGTON – Last Thursday, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer urged the Economic Development Administration to expedite approvals of an approximate $12,500,000 federal disaster ... read more...


Childcare support service opens in a new location

NORWICH – A familiar childcare support agency officially opened its doors at a new location at 21 S. Broad St. earlier this month, with a mission of providing pillar services ... read more...


Libous threatened over pro-gas stance

NORWICH – It’s getting ugly, but five years of non-stop tension between the two sides of the shale gas drilling debate was bound to boil over soon. In an article in The New ... read more...


Three plead not guilty in county court

NORWICH – Three individuals charged with a variety of felony crimes pleaded not guilty in Chenango County Court Monday, while another pair were sentenced following plea deals ... read more...


Oxford earns ‘Reward School’ designation

OXFORD – Oxford students’ academic accomplishments have earned the high school the designation of “Reward School.” Oxford Academy, along with Unadilla Valley Central High Scho... read more...


Sherburne fire sends two to hospital

SHERBURNE – An early morning blaze at 281 Maltzan-Sheridan Road in the Town of Sherburne on Monday resulted in two people being hospitalized due to injuries sustained during t... read more...


Sports

Chenango Forks rallies to defeat Norwich

BOYS’ SOCCER Chenango Forks 6, Norwich 4 CHENANGO FORKS - Chenango Forks recovered from a three-goal deficit to defeat the Purple Tornado Monday night. Eric Yonda had two... read more...


Community

Norwich Post Office to offer Civil War Pictorial Postmark

By Vicky House Correspondent NORWICH – On Wednesday, the Norwich Post office will be the next to host the Civil War Pictorial Postmark. Each town in Chenango County is parti... read more...


Ribbon cutting for new downtown Pizzeria

Frank Speziale Photo Officials from Commerce Chenango, the Norwich Business Improvement District, M&T Bank and the City of Norwich helped cut the ribbon at the new D’Ab... read more...


Harvest Soup Festival, Blessing of the Animals this weekend in Bainbridge

WEST BAINBRIDGE – The Union Valley United Methodist Church (923 Route 17 near Route 206) presents the Second Annual “Harvest Soup Festival and Blessing of the Animals” on Satu... read more...


Nursing staff makes patient’s wedding wish come true

JOHNSON CITY – A hospital room festooned with white bows and church bells, plus rose petals sprinkled on the floor, created a fairytale atmosphere Sept. 7 for the ... read more...


Commerce Chenango public comment meeting Thursday

NEW BERLIN – On Thursday, Sept. 20, Commerce Chenango’s economic development department will hold a public comment meeting for community members who would like to ... read more...


Opinion

Junk jalopy is smart buy for parents

New muffler and exhaust pipe, $400. New tires, $700. Third trip to find out why the “check engine” light is still on, $150. The mechanic is thinking the engine may need a head... read more...


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