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Wlasiuk get 25 years to life for killing his wife

NORWICH – More than ten years after he was first charged with murdering his wife, Patricia, Peter Wlasiuk was sentenced a third time to 25 years to life in state prison in cou... read more...


State of Emergency declared; Chenango roads close at 9 p.m.

NORWICH – City, county and state emergency personnel and law enforcement met at the city’s Emergency Operations Center, located on the second floor of the Norwich City Police ... read more...


Chenango officials prepare for the worst as Hurricane Sandy hits today

Shelves at a number of local grocery stores were emptied of their contents by Sunday afternoon, from batteries to bottled water, canned goods to other emergency supplies, as p... read more...


Grassroots group rallies against hydraulic fracturing

NORWICH – A local grassroots group rallied on the grounds of East Park Saturday to protest the potential for natural gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing in Chenango County, ... read more...


Implications of health care reform worry business owners at benefit roundtable

NORWICH – With national health care reform now the law of the land, small business owners are striving to understand all that the new law requires. Last week, several small bu... read more...


The State of Emergency in Chenango County is lifted as of 5 am. All roads have reopened.

The State of Emergency has been lifted; all roads in Chenango County are open. All schools, however, were closed yesterday as a precaution. A High Wind Advisory is in effect u... read more...


Sports

Maine-Endwell tramples Purple Tornado, 55-7

ENDWELL – Norwich senior defensive back Danny Carson stood on the sidelines early in the fourth quarter, his team down 49-0 to Maine-Endwell at that point. “They’re good every... read more...


Greene advances to sectional semifinals

BOYS’ SOCCER Greene 3, Trumansburg 1 GREENE – Greene moved into the Section IV Class C semifinals scoring the game’s final three goals in Friday’s victory over Trumansbur... read more...


Homann dazzles in UV football finale

FOOTBALL Unadilla Valley 54, Deposit-Hancock 14 NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley was given a win over Deposit-Hancock by forfeit in week one. To finish the season, the Storm d... read more...


Walton running game grinds down B-G

FOOTBALL Walton 42, Bainbridge-Guilford 29 BAINBRIDGE – Walton’s loss last weekend to Tioga in the playoffs ended a 31-year streak of non-losing seasons. That said, one s... read more...


Community

Trick or Treat times set for Chenango villages, city

This year’s Trick or Treat dates and times are as follows: • Village of Afton: Oct. 31, 4 to 6 p.m. with a gathering afterwards for families at First Baptist Church. • ... read more...


Opinion

More! More! More!

You don’t have to ask why you hear remarks like “Same old, same old.” And “There’s nuthin’ new under the sun.” And – as Harry Truman said – “There is nothing new in the world ... read more...


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