This old guy has spent over 30 years playing on the radio, from Bangor and Skowhegan Maine, to Oneida, Norwich, and Oneonta NY. 2 great kids, one in Burlington, VT and the other in Canastota, NY., and three wonderful grandchildren
Last Chance Pricing For TOC Festival Ends Tonight!!
Just a little over two weeks remain before the first band takes the stage at the Taste of Country Music Festival at Hunter Mountain, and you have until 11:59 PM ET tonight (May 22nd) to save some bucks on your tickets. That's when Last Chance Pricing ends!
NY State Trying To Control The Number Of Tick Related Diseases
As reported by Sarge this morning, NY State has come up with a plan that hopefully will help reduce the number of tick related diseases in the state.
Yard Sales and Dairy Day To Benefit Chenango County Habitat For Humanity
You have three opportunities to support Chenango County Habitat for Humanity, beginning this weekend with a two day yard sale Friday, May 18th from 8-4 and Saturday the 19th from 9-noon. Saturday's event will include a delicious variety of baked goods. The sale takes place at 6-8 Lafayette squ…
Sad Time In The City of Norwich
What was supposed to be a fun, happy day celebrating the retirement of Norwich City Fire Chief Tracy Chawgo has taken a somber turn.
Are You Prepared For a Disaster?
Are you and your family prepared if a flood, fire, or any natural of man-made disaster should strike? This Saturday, May 19th, Norwich Emergency Management will present a two hour New York State Citizen Preparedness training seminar to help citizens learn how
Sadly, Diamonds Are NOT Forever At The Oldest Jewelry Store in Norwich
This Saturday, May 12th will mark the end of a jewelry legacy as Skillin's Jewelers will close their doors forever.
Norwich City School District Holds School Budget Hearing
The Norwich City School District presented their proposed budget earlier this week at a public hearing. Superintendent Gerard O'Sullivan
Funding Approved For Chenango County Road Improvements
Governor Cuomo recently announced that New York State will provide over 100 million dollars to fund road improvements needed as a result of damage due to the harsh winter. Of that 100 million, Chenango County will receive nearly 2.5 million dollars.
Celebrating Cinco de Mayo in Oxford
The American Legion Auxiliary of Fort Hill Post #376 in Oxford will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo Saturday, May 5th with a special Mexican dinner from 5-7 P.M.
“Touch a Truck” at The Chenango County Fairgrounds
The third annual "Touch a Truck" event will be held Saturday, May 5th at the Chenango County Fairgrounds. This is an opportunity for kids of all ages to get up close and