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Revoir earns support of Chenango GOP

NORWICH – Having won a decisive victory over Joseph McBride in September’s primary, Chenango County Judge candidate Frank Revoir now has the official backing of the coun... read more...


Thursday morning fire

Norwich firefighters responded to an early morning fire at 4 Hayward Ave. today, knocking down the blaze quickly before it had time to spread, said Norwich Fire Chief Tracy Ch... read more...


Change in Albany key to ‘unshackling’ business

NORWICH – Some of the area’s foremost business leaders gathered at the American Legion in Norwich Wednesday as Commerce Chenango hosted its quarterly “Good Morning Chenango” b... read more...


Cheering for a cause ... and a cure

NORWICH – For a third straight year, Norwich High School athletes, students, cheerleaders and coaches are coming together to fight cancer, beginning with Friday night’s varsit... read more...


City braces for another year of rising pension costs

NORWICH – Nearing the end of the last fiscal quarter, the City of Norwich is bracing for yet another year with its toughest financial obstacle – pension costs – which continue... read more...


Guernsey board still searching for new director

NORWICH – The search is still on for a new director to fill the empty seat at the Guernsey Memorial Library. The Guernsey Library Board has been steadfast in filling the vacan... read more...


Sports

Tired Tornado blanked by Blue Devils

BOYS’ SOCCER Chenango Forks 5, Norwich 0 NORWICH – Playing its 10th game in the last 2 1/2 weeks, Norwich took the field Wednesday on tired legs, and Chenango Forks capita... read more...


Milford Academy halts two-game skid

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Milford Academy halted a two-game losing skid last weekend against Yale’s freshman squad winning 42-12 Sunday afternoon. Quarterback Patrick Dill threw a p... read more...


Community

A Rare Look Into The Archives: Tracy Law

By John Antonowicz Correspondent As we glance at the accession records from the museum, one might notice a ‘Cow Pass: 300 Feet’ sign, a signed George Eastman Cook painting... read more...


Schools of the Past: McDonough District #7, The Old School, Part II

Continuing again this week the photo and article are borrowed from what was written in the April 17, 1955 edition of the Sunday Press (Binghamton). It is quoted as was written... read more...


Opinion

Imagination on a short leash

Recent surveys have shown that as employers look to hire, one of the first characteristics the look for is creativity and ingenuity, that out-of-the-box type of thinking that ... read more...


Entertainment

Reduced Shakespeare Company live at The Palace in Hamilton

HAMILTON – 600 Years of History in 6000 Seconds … History Will Never Be The Same! The Palace Theater presents “The Complete History of America - Abridged” Friday, Oct. 5, at ... read more...


Knox Martin “SHE” exhibition at Sam & Adele Golden Gallery

COLUMBUS – ‘SHE’ is an exhibition of recent paintings by New York artist Knox Martin. ‘SHE’ will open on Oct. 6, at 4 p.m. with a Gallery Talk by the artist and will follow wi... read more...


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