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New Berlin seeks CON agreement as controversy over UVAC continues

NEW BERLIN – Approximately 80 residents of the towns of New Berlin and Columbus – joined by a number of county emergency officials and other local leaders – attended a special... read more...


DEC head: No ‘timetable’ on fracking decision

ALBANY – In order for a decision to be made on whether to pass the state’s planned regulations for hydraulic fracturing, the environmental impact review, dSGEIS, on which the ... read more...


Fees for tax sale title searches likely to go up

NORWICH – The cost of conducting a tax sale title search for a foreclosed property could be going up, pending a resolution from the Board of Supervisors later this month. A b... read more...


Sports

Norwich basketball recognizes senior girls

Norwich honored its senior basketball players and their parents before last Saturday’s game against Chenango Forks. Players from the left are Ashley Campbell, Taylor Cook, and... read more...


Local sports roundup: Greene reaches 10-win mark

Girls’ Basketball Greene 53, Oxford 31 GREENE – Greene reached the 10-win mark Monday against Oxford getting 19 points from Rebecca Smith and 17 from Kaitlin Gorton. Smit... read more...


YMCA Men's Corporate Basketball League

The following is a weekly roundup of games played in the Norwich YMCA Men’s Corporate Basketball League: Monday’s Games Burrell’s Excavating 80, Nina’s Restaurant 70 B... read more...


Community

Snowblast a successful fundraiser for breast cancer

McDONOUGH – Snowblast organizers are confidently calling last weekend’s event a success. Eight snowmobile clubs from the area banded together to host the fundraiser for brea... read more...


Holy Family celebrates Catholic Schools Week

Children at Holy Family School in Norwich participated in a carnival on the last day of Catholic Schools Week Friday. The children, staff and families enjoyed a week of activi... read more...


Opinion

Where's Gutenberg when you need him?

I’ve heard for years that “no good deed goes unpunished,” but it seemed like a clever phrase being passed off as wisdom, something you might get in a fortune cookie on an off ... read more...


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