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Wlasiuk trial postponed to September

NORWICH – Chenango County District Attorney Joseph McBride confirmed Wednesday morning that the second murder trial of Peter Wlasiuk has been adjourned until September. The tr... read more...


Wlasiuk trial will begin on Monday

NORWICH – Peter Wlasiuk’s second trial for the alleged murder of his wife will begin next week as planned, Broome County Judge Martin Smith ruled Monday afternoon. Despite de... read more...


Wlasiuk trial will go on as scheduled

NORWICH – Peter Wlasiuk’s second trial for the alleged murder of his wife will begin Monday as planned, Broome County Judge Martin Smith ruled this afternoon. Despite public ... read more...


A Wilde evening in Sherburne

It’s hard to believe it was only a little over a month ago that I was sitting in the Sherburne-Earlville auditorium watching their musical, “She Loves Me.” I raved in this spa... read more...


The joys of Dumpster Weekend

No one understands Dumpster Weekend. It’s become a source of amusement for my friends and co-workers, but it’s a biennial event that gives me a great sense of accomplishment –... read more...


'Zorro' leaves its mark Sunday

NORWICH – Sunday’s performance at The Chenango County Council of the Arts is sure to leave its “mark” on Norwich. Rick Benjamin’s Paragon Orchestra will perform the original... read more...


Traffic slows to a crawl through Norwich

Having trouble getting through the City of Norwich today? You’re obviously not alone. And according to official word, it’s likely to get worse. Gorick Construction of Bingham... read more...


In the annals of bad ideas...

We’re going to move The Evening Sun’s offices. In the last two decades, we’ve moved our editorial and advertising offices three times – from our own building on Hale Street to... read more...


For the discriminating palate

Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart once famously said that hard-core pornography was hard to define, “but I know it when I see it.” I kinda feel the same way about art (I f... read more...


Let the sun shine in ...

I had a reporter once who took the assignment to “cover” a village meeting quite literally. The resulting story the next morning was a good 45 inches long, a minute-by-minute,... read more...


Evening Sun's Birthday

The staff of The Evening Sun and Sun Printing recently gathered at the Borden Avenue press room to celebrate the anniversary of the first edition of the newspaper on March 16,... read more...


‘She Loves Me’ full of retro sass

Due to the advent of my 40th birthday, I regret I will not be able to see (or review) Norwich High School’s musical “My Fair Lady” this year. By the time Mark Sands’ annual pr... read more...


Headed in the wrong direction

“If you fail to plan,” goes the old adage, “you can plan to fail.” At the risk of beating the proverbial dead horse, my attention this week once again focuses on the seeming ... read more...


It’ll have to wait until Monday ...

It wasn’t that long ago that a weekend call about breaking news filled me with dread. If something big was happening unexpectedly in The Evening Sun’s back yard on a Saturday ... read more...


The drug store on the corner(s)

Back before computer games were indistinguishable from actual armed warfare, there was a thinkers’ game called “SimCity.” The object was to build your own thriving metropolis;... read more...



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