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Roger's Haunted Hill begins Friday

SMYRNA – This weekend marks the tenth straight year of an event considered a staple of the Halloween season, Roger's Haunted Hill. Those ready for spooks and scares can head u... read more...


Greene Paranormal Society tour set for tonight

GREENE – The Greene Paranormal Society is geared up and ready to go for its annual history and ghost tours throughout the Village of Greene. According to paranormal investig... read more...


‘Ladies Night’ held to support a local family’s participation in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer

NEW BERLIN – A 'Ladies Night' was held Thursday, Oct. 10 at the Remember When Cafe, Antiques and Guest house in the Village of New Berlin in hopes to garner interest and suppo... read more...


Police remind residents of forthcoming parking ban

NORWICH – The Norwich Police would like to remind city residents of the winter restriction of parking vehicles on city streets and city parking lots. “Because we have many mu... read more...


Senator Seward attends local vet luncheon

SHERBURNE – On Oct. 5 the Chenango County American Legion Auxiliary held a Veteran’s Appreciation Luncheon at the Sherburne American Legion Post. This luncheon was held to tha... read more...


Local organizations shed light on National Feral Cats Day

CHENANGO COUNTY – October 16 has been deemed “National Feral Cats Day,” a day which hopes to bring to light an issue apparent not only nationwide but also in Chenango Co... read more...


Still winding up with a vegetable

Last week I began my column with a disclaimer. I’m a creature of habit, so I’ll do the same today: This may seem all over the map, but that’s because it is. One thing I’ve rea... read more...


Columbus Day celebration slated for this weekend

COLUMBUS – According to Town of Columbus Supervisor Thomas Grace, Columbus, NY is the nation’s oldest “Columbus.” The community will gather Saturday, Oct. 12 at Norton Park ... read more...


NHS Cheerleaders ready for fourth annual ‘pink game’ Friday

NORWICH – Members of the Norwich High School cheerleading squad are prepared to once again “Cheer for a Cure” at Friday's varsity football game at 7 p.m. against Union Endicot... read more...


Storm Family 4-H Club in New Berlin create scarecrows in honor of local business people

NEW BERLIN – The Storm Family 4-H Club – comprised of more than 20 students between kindergarten and ninth grade – are taking part in National 4-H week, Oct. 7-14. The... read more...


Norwich Jewish Center restored after 2008 vandalism

NORWICH – The Norwich Jewish Center held a restoration celebration at its South Broad Street location in the City of Norwich on Sunday, Oct. 6. The center – a one-of-a-kind st... read more...


Oxford library to host ‘15 Miles on the Erie Canal’

By Ashley Biviano Interim Managing Editor abiviano@evesun.com OXFORD – The Oxford Memorial Library is set to host a program, “15 Miles on the Erie Canal” at 6:30 p.m., Thur... read more...


Team Chenango gears up for walk for suicide prevention

OXFORD – For the third straight year, Team Chenango is about to embark on its 5K Walk/Run for Suicide Prevention. The 5K is set to be held Saturday, Oct. 12 on the park in Oxf... read more...


WIC remains open despite local confusion relating to government shutdown

CHENANGO COUNTY – The New York State WIC Program in Chenango County is located at Opportunities for Chenango at 44 West Main Street in Norwich. It remains open and will... read more...


We're all just protons, neutrons, electrons

As a disclaimer, what follows is in no way a direct response to either of the gentlemen who submitted the “30 Seconds” posts that I will reference. A man from Smyrna sub... read more...



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