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Super Storm: Hope for the best, prepare for the worst, officials advise

NORWICH – While it remains unknown exactly where Hurricane Sandy will make landfall, city and county officials are advising residents to keep an eye on the Category 1 storm ov... read more...


RSVP recognizes volunteers during annual breakfast

NORWICH – Participants in the Chenango County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program made their way to the Canasawacta Country Club Thursday to laud the agency’s volunteers and ... read more...


Wlasiuk sentenced: 25 years to life

NORWICH – Peter Wlasiuk was sentenced in county court today, receiving the maximum penalty in the murder of his wife, Patricia – 25 years to life; his third conviction in ten ... read more...


NBT Bank commits $1 million for city first-time home buyer program

NORWICH – It’s been a busy year for NBT Bank, with the announcement of its acquisition of Alliance Bank in Syracuse, and other endeavors. Despite NBT’s recent expansions, and ... read more...


Six plead guilty in county court

NORWICH – Nine individuals charged with a variety of misdemeanor and felony crimes appeared in county court Wednesday and Thursday, six pleading guilty, one not guilty, and o... read more...


Local candidates back DiStefano for judge

NORWICH – Three Chenango County candidates threw their support behind Democratic and Working Families Party Candidate Diane DiStefano today. Dan Lamb, candidate for the U.S. H... read more...


New justice appointed in Smithville

SMITHVILLE – The New York Sixth Judicial District has appointed a local justice to fill the vacancy of Smithville Town Justice. Justice Paul O’Connor, currently serving as a ... read more...


Producers eligible for drought disaster funding

UTICA – U.S. Representative Richard Hanna (NY-24) announced this week that several counties in the Central New York and Southern Tier areas, including Chenango County, have be... read more...


Sports

Jeffrey, Murray leaving the competition behind

Norwich’s resurgent cross country program is led by a pair of juniors who, by no means, fit your cookie cutter image of a distance athlete. One is known for his exploits as a ... read more...


Law inducted into Plattsburgh Sports Hall of Fame

PLATTSBURGH – Norm Law, a 1956 South Otselic graduate (now Otselic Valley), was inducted into the Plattsburgh State Sports Hall of Fame along with the 1975-1976 men’s basketba... read more...


No rust for Greene after long layoff

FIELD HOCKEY Greene 7, Harpursville 0 GREENE – Any rust remaining from a two-week layoff was wiped off quickly in Greene’s Class C playoff victory over Harpursville Thursd... read more...


NHS meets powerhouse Maine-Endwell in Class B playoffs

Norwich will attempt to do on Saturday what no other team has done over the past 20 games – defeat Maine-Endwell. The Spartans strung together 12 straight wins a year ago on ... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol: Our favorite "magical" movies

Coming up with a Halloween teamup has never been easy because you can only do so many scary movies. The Toddster got to thinking ... What is one of the most important things w... read more...


The Earlville Opera House is haunted!

EARLVILLE – If the idea of witches and ghosts send shivers up your spine, perhaps you had better avoid the old 1892 Opera House on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 7-9 p.m. A grea... read more...


Arts Council invites you to chocolate lover’s ball

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts will hosts its 2012 gala event – “The Chocolate Ball” – on Saturday, Nov. 10! Continuing the Council’s tradition of fu... read more...


S-E Drama Club presents evening of one-act plays next weekend

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne-Earlville Drama Club has been working hard on its upcoming production of one act plays. “Dating and Waiting for Life to Begin: an Evening of One Act ... read more...


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