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Norwich Theater Company presents “How Green Was My Brownie”

The Norwich Theater Company, Inc. is proud to present “How Green Was My Brownie,” Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Martin W. Kappel Theater, 27 West M... read more...


Spring is in the air

Sandy Pierce and Gean Dodge, both of Plymouth and members of the local Farmers Market, show off this year’s first batch of daffodils while setting-up in East Park. Photo by Fr... read more...


Testimony continues in Thiel assault trial

NORWICH – The trial of The People vs. Michael Thiel continued Wednesday with the Chenango County District Attorney's Office calling a number of witnesses to the stand. Thiel,... read more...


Calling all volunteers

It is a common trend in communities across the state: volunteer fire departments are seeing a drastic decline in the number of volunteers. In response, fire departments across... read more...


Sports

Fast start leads UV past Oxford

Baseball Unadilla Valley 9, Oxford 7 OXFORD – A five-run first inning catapulted UV into the lead Wednesday as the Storm regrouped from its poor showing Monday. Bra... read more...


Greene tennis team improves to 4-0

Boys’ Tennis Greene 5, Oxford 0 OXFORD – Greene surrendered just four total games to Oxford in five matches to improve its unbeaten record 4-0 on the season Wednesday. Th... read more...


A first-hand account of the Boston Marathon tragedy

By Diane DiStefano Contributing Writer EDITOR’S NOTE: Norwich attorney Diane DiStefano was one of over 23,000 runners who competed in the Boston Marathon last week. DiStef... read more...


Reservations still available for Norwich Sports Hall of Fame banquet

NORWICH – The third induction of the Norwich High School Sports Hall of Fame is scheduled for Saturday, May 11, at the Canasawacta Country Club. Slated to enter the prestigio... read more...


Seven local hoops players earn all-state recognition

SYRACUSE – Seven Chenango County basketball players – five boys and two girls – were recently selected to the 2012-2013 all-state teams by the New York State Sports Writers As... read more...


Turkey hunters need to give a hoot

Through the years I have learned so much about turkeys it would be impossible to condense it down into a single column. Turkeys are incredibly intelligent animals seeming almo... read more...


Opinion

It takes a creative solution

When I was in grade school, my sixth grade science teacher assigned the task to create a monster. Our class had been learning about genetics, using Punnett squares and explori... read more...


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