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Rally helps raise awareness for missing New Berlin woman

NORWICH – Friends and family of Jennifer Ramsaran, a wife and mother of three who has been missing for more than two months, turned out to St. Bartholomew’s Parish Center on S... read more...


Third ‘Pub Goes Red’ fundraiser in Greene Saturday

GREENE ­– Hosted by Team Wayne & Irene, the third annual Pub Goes Red takes place from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday at Nathanael Greene’s Publick House. The event is an informative f... read more...


Plymouth woman convicted of resisting arrest

NORWICH – A Chenango County jury, having spent approximately six hours in deliberation Friday, came back with a guilty verdict for resisting arrest in the case of the People o... read more...


S-E student charged after school search

SHERBURNE – A 17-year-old Sherburne-Earlville student has been charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation, following a search at the Sherburne-Earlville middle... read more...


Sports

M-E denies Norwich a STAC title

VESTAL – For the first time all season, Norwich’s lack of size was an impediment to its success. Vertically challenged at nearly every position, the Purple Tornado were denie... read more...


Bombs away for S-E shooters in sectional win

Girls’ Basketball Sherburne-Earlville 59, Fulton 38 SHERBURNE - Just three baby! The Marauders drilled nine three-pointers Friday, seven from freshman sniper Savannah Irw... read more...


Chenango Lake Perch Derby on schedule for Saturday

NEW BERLIN – Good news for Angler’s today as the Oxford Lion’s Club checks the ice on Chenango Lake. The ice has thickened back up allowing the annual Perch Derby held b... read more...


UV reigns atop MAC, wins first-ever league title

ONEONTA - The best girls' basketball regular season in Unadilla Valley history was capped by the program's first-ever conference championship Saturday afternoon at Oneonta St... read more...


Community

S-E students show their generosity in food drive

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville’s first graders challenged their peers to collect 600 non-perishable food items by the 100th day of this school year. With roughly 500 elementa... read more...


Opinion

How athletes go broke

This question popped up in one of the news magazines last week: Why do so many star athletes go broke? According to Sports Illustrated, 78 percent of NFL players are bankrupt ... read more...


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