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Targeted buildings fall in Sherburne’s historic district

SHERBURNE – Stewart’s Shops based in Saratoga Springs is still interested in the Sherburne Inn at 2 South Main St. and the adjacent building at 4 South Main, former home of th... read more...


Repairs, clean-up underway at Fred’s Inn; owners hope to re-open in six to nine months

NORWICH – While the smell of smoke and charred timber remains strong in the air and water continues to drip from areas on its second floor, one can tell that an enormous amoun... read more...


Soil and Water Conservation District awards forestry, farm recognitions

NORWICH – Chenango County’s leaders in water, soil, forestry and agricultural conservation gathered at the Canasawacta Country Club in Norwich on Wednesday to laud local indus... read more...


Grand jury indicts Ford on 16 counts

NORWICH – The Chenango County grand jury met Wednesday and handed up a number of criminal indictments. At the proceeding, the Chenango County District Attorney’s Office presen... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Paige Wilcox

There are soccer players who score goals for their team, and then there are players who are pure goal scorers. Greene junior Paige Wilcox is the embodiment of the latter. Wil... read more...


Grid Preview: B-G meets Groton in Class D quarterfinal playoff game

Groton (5-1) has not played an official game in three weeks. It squared off in an exhibition game last week against Schuylerville, and received a forfeit one week earlier agai... read more...


Windsor netters defeat Norwich in three games

VOLLEYBALL Windsor 3, Norwich 0 NORWICH – Windsor spoiled Norwich’s season finale toppling the Tornado in three games Thursday, 25-19, 25-22, 25-17. Chelsea Cappello and ... read more...


Community

Catholic Charities hosting ‘Celebration of Women’

NORWICH – October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and in light of the growing epidemic of domestic violence, Catholic Charities of Chenango County hopes to empower women ... read more...


Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Remembering David Scott Eccleston

Editor, Today, the New Berlin Hawk clutching a banner with the legend, “Coming Together,” is a bit difficult to see on the black granite grave marker in Fairview Cemetery but... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

Prepare for a little scare, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is here with some more DVDs with a bit of a scare to them. Excited about some of the new TV shows and I hope everyone en... read more...


Bainbridge celebrates the circus next weekend

BAINBRIDGE – “Ladies and Gentlemen and Children of All Ages!” The Town Hall Gallery in Bainbridge Celebrates the Circus on Oct. 27. Prepare to be amazed, thrilled and d... read more...


The Greencards bring high-energy Americana to EOH

EARLVILLE – The Greencards known for their high-energy Americana music will play at the Earlville Opera House at 8 p.m. on Saturday. As a result of their energetic live ... read more...


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