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St. Bart’s continues Spaghetti Supper Tradition

NORWICH – Although no one seems to be quite certain of when the St. Bartholomew’s spaghetti dinner originated, the annual pasta feast has proven to be a heavily anticipated ev... read more...


Sentencing for Wlasiuk still up in the air; costs mount for third murder trial

NORWICH – A sentencing date for Peter Wlasiuk remains up in the air, more than three months after the one-time Oxford resident and owner of the Angel Inn was convicted a third... read more...


Greene football coach suspended

GREENE – Greene Central School District officials are keeping mum on the season-long suspension of longtime varsity football coach Tim Paske. Numerous community members... read more...


Chenango Granges host Harvest Celebration

SMITHVILLE – Granges across Chenango County invite the public to join them as they gather Saturday for the Annual Harvest Celebration at the Eagle Scout Park & Community Cente... read more...


Sports

The most common mistakes for bow hunters

By Josh Sheldon Sun Outdoors Columnist Thank you to everyone for their words of encouragement, ideas for future articles and personal experiences shared with Bob McNitt. Con... read more...


Greene wins fourth straight MAC title

BOYS’ SOCCER Greene 3, Unatego 1 OTEGO – Despite some big losses to graduation, chiefly the school’s all-time leading scorer, Alex Driscoll, the Trojans are back on top of... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: McDonough District #7 – His Last Farewell, Part III

Related in the last article of District #7 - The Old School, this week we return to this school for not only a photograph of the students, but also to pay tribute to Albert Me... read more...


CMH Foundation sets campaign goal of $122,000

NORWICH – The Chenango Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced that John R. Masse will lead this year’s fundraising effort. Masse is the hospital’s Vice President of ... read more...


Plans are cooking for Oxford’s 28th Annual AppleFest

OXFORD – It’s almost time for the Oxford AppleFest and the St. Paul’s Planning Committee has been hard at work to make this the best year ever! This will be the twenty-eighth ... read more...


Disastrous Fire.

The Second of Its Kind in Ten Years–The Large Car Shop and Supply House Destroyed–Loss About $15,000 Editor’s Note: In recognition of National Fire Prevention Week, City of... read more...


Opinion

Tripping over Peacocks and Laughing at Mice. A Day at the Bronx Zoo.

I don’t care how far away the Bronx Zoo is from where you live. Distances are navigable; airplane tickets can be bought; and when you get to New York City, you can sleep on th... read more...


Is television doomed?

Whether you watched last week’s first presidential debate or flipped through hundreds of other channels only to find the Kardashians give some sort of new, profound meaning to... read more...


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