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Grande Pizza owners retire

NORWICH – Another downtown Norwich eatery closed its doors with the start of the new year – Grande Pizza on East Main Street. Owners John and Connie Elia decided to retire aft... read more...


So long, Jerry

Jerry Weaver, longtime Evening Sun city editor and farm reporter, passed away today. RIP. I Tweeted that Thursday afternoon as soon as I read the e-mail from Doug Wilson te... read more...


A colorful confession

Of all the shocking confessions I’ve made over the years, perhaps none has been met with more stunned reaction than this: I’ve never been to Golden Artist Colors. That’s rig... read more...


Arts Council names Members Show winners

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, has announced the Best of Show and Honorable Mention Awards for its annual Members’ Exhibit currently on display in... read more...


Christmases to Remember ....

It’s hard to believe that the “Christmas to Remember” parade is now in its 15th year. I’m proud to say that our company, Snyder Communications, has been a driving force (along... read more...


Chenango artists highlighted at Arts Council’s member show tonight

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts opens its annual Members Exhibit tonight with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Mariea Brown and Raymond Loft Galleries, 27... read more...


Deja Vu all over again in Sherburne

Like Shakespeare, I’ve always believed that “brevity is the soul of wit.” I’ve never told a joke or anecdote in my entire life, but if you need a snappy one-liner, I’m your gu... read more...


S-E Drama Club presents “Deja Vu” this weekend

Claire Khoury and Eric Muth star in one of 12 one-act plays being presented under the title “Deja Vu” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Sherburne-Earlville. Jeff Genung reviews... read more...


New work by local horror author

NORWICH – It just wouldn’t be Halloween in Chenango County if we didn’t have a new release from our own master of horror ... and true to form, local author Dustin Warburton is... read more...


A tale of two dinners

Representing the newspaper at the “annual dinner” of a score of different organizations is part of my job – and not always one I look forward to. This week, as it happens, the... read more...


Taking a gamble on a two-actor show

I was a little hesitant when I went down to Greene last Friday for the opening night of “Talley’s Folly” at the Chenango River Theatre. I guess it didn’t register with me when... read more...


Monday Evening Musical Club celebrates centennial

NORWICH – In 1909, they met monthly in the high society parlors of downtown Norwich to foster their love and appreciation of the art. Many were teachers or performers in their... read more...


Second book signing at Lewis’

SHERBURNE – New cookbook author George Lewis had such a great time at his first book signing, he’s planned another for tomorrow night. Lewis, a native of Sherburne and veter... read more...


When the Light fades ...

This afternoon, I’ll say goodbye to a 72-year-old friend whose life will end at 4 p.m. EST. Before you get too worked up, this isn’t an assisted suicide story. But it is, non... read more...


A peek behind the curtain ...

“Transparency” is the vogue buzzword in my profession these days. Give your reading public a peek behind the curtain, and they’ll learn to trust you more, the pundits say. We... read more...



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