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Arts Council plans Kentucky Derby event

NORWICH – Some people don’t need an excuse to get dressed up fancy on a weekend – or to lay down some money on the horses. But for those who do, the Chenango County Council of... read more...


Little Shop of ... surprises

So yeah .. remember last year about this time when I said how great the NHS production of “Beauty & the Beast” was and how you should really go see it? Well you should have go... read more...


NHS stages "Little Shop of Horrors"

NORWICH – Only in the fantasy world of a Broadway musical could you combine Skid Row, a sadistic dentist and a man-eating plant and come up with a love story. In a nutshell, t... read more...


I love NYRI!

I don’t, of course, but I guarantee that the headline alone will generate calls (to ‘30 Seconds,’ natch) from the knee-jerkers out there who won’t bother to read the actual te... read more...


Knights of Columbus plan “March for Life” bus trip

NORWICH – The local chapter of the Knights of Columbus, Council 211 will once again be sponsoring a bus trip to the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. The bus will depa... read more...


2006: The Year in Review

FLOOD OF THE CENTURY: Undeniably the biggest story of 2006 is the one that will be talked about in local lore for a generation to come – the Flood of 2006. The tail end of Jun... read more...


S-E students get their "acts" together

SHERBURNE – Like any good sports coach, Colleen Law-Tefft knows that you should always be on the lookout for new talent, grooming potential stars as they come up through the r... read more...


"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" staged during Colorscape weekend

NORWICH – Mark Sands is perhaps best known for his role as the music teacher at Norwich High who stages the yearly high school musical – and it’s a role he hopes to continue e... read more...


A few things Colorscape ...

For each of Colorscape Chenango’s previous 11 years, the editorial staff of The Evening Sun has manned a booth at the downtown Norwich arts festival, handing out free papers a... read more...


WLASIUK CONVICTION OVERTURNED

NORWICH – In a decision rendered Thursday morning by the State of New York Supreme Court Appellate Division, the second degree murder conviction of Peter M. Wlasiuk was overtu... read more...


Libous announces $1M to fight NYRI

NORWICH – Sen. Thomas Libous (R-Binghamton) reported this morning that thanks to a collaborative effort between his New York State Senate colleagues and Majority Leader Sen. J... read more...


Class reunions and the mid-life crisis

I should have known something was up when for my 38th birthday this year, I went out and bought myself a tanning package and started coloring the gray in my hair. Throw in a c... read more...


Letting loose on the World Wide Web

It seems like only yesterday that former Evening Sun reporter Dave Warren convinced me to lay down $19.95 to set up an America Online account so we could check out this thing ... read more...


Tighe to retire as city fire chief

NORWICH – City of Norwich Fire Chief John Tighe announced Tuesday that he will retire from his post, effective July 31. “At this time of my life, I look forward to spending m... read more...


Maiurano appointed interim mayor

NORWICH - Ward 5 Alderman Joseph Maiurano will serve the rest of the year as the city’s interim leader following the death of Mayor Robert C. Raphael on May 29. Maiurano was a... read more...



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