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St. Joseph's celebrates 165 years

OXFORD – Approximately 50 people attended St. Joseph’s 165-year celebration held Sunday morning, the celebration beginning with a mass of thanksgiving in honor of the parish’s... read more...


Bald for a cause ...

NORWICH – More than 120 people gathered at the Park Place Restaurant and Lounge Saturday for the 9th annual St. Baldrick’s Head-Shaving Event and fundraiser for childhood canc... read more...


Churches collaborate on Holy Week activities

NORWICH – With a strong history of team-ups over the past 60 some years, the United Church of Christ First Congregational, the Broad Street United Methodist Church, and the Fi... read more...


Vets’ Home artists show off ‘Our Colors’ in new exhibit

By Kevin Doonan Sun Staff Writer kdoonan@evesun.com OXFORD – Residents of the New York State Veterans’ Home in Oxford will host their second annual “Our Colors” art exhibit... read more...


New Berlin moving forward with Main Street Grant project

NEW BERLIN – Commerce Chenango’s economic development branch, Development Chenango, announced in late December funding for the establishment of a $250,000 Main Street Grant Pr... read more...


Volunteers see to the restoration, renovation of Smyrna Town Hall

SMYRNA – Renovation, restoration and general cleanup of the Smyrna Town Hall is slowly but surely progressing towards the refurbishment of the 105-year old building. Without... read more...


“Pub Goes Red” a success in spreading awareness of heart disease and strokes

GREENE – Last month, the third annual “Pub Goes Red” fundraiser generated $4,404 in donations to be used in the fight against heart disease and stroke. The event, hosted by ... read more...


B-G seeks feedback in dealing with $1.2M deficit

BAINBRIDGE – Due to cuts in state aid, the Bainbridge-Guilford Central School District will now struggle to manage a $1.2 million deficit for the 2013-2014 school year. The ... read more...


S-E stages high school musical this weekend

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne-Earlville music department will be plastering on masks and donning capes for a caper of entertaining proportions, Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m., at the... read more...


Car Museum earns coveted AAA rating

NORWICH – The Automobile Association of America (AAA) has recognized the Northeast Classic Car Museum as a GEM Attraction, a special honor held only by a handful of diversions... read more...


Friends of Rogers welcomes new director

SHERBURNE – After months of searching for a suitable candidate, Friends of Rogers has hired Simon Miller Solomon as the center’s executive director and he is wasting no time ... read more...


Three vie for mayor in Earlville

EARLVILLE – Democracy in motion can be witnessed in the Village of Earlville as citizens gear up to elect one of three candidates vying for the post of mayor. All three hopefu... read more...


BOCES receives a four year $1.2M grant for adult learning program

NORWICH – The forecast for adult learners in Chenango County includes an extra heavy dose of education, increasing their job qualifications, as well as exacting irreversible a... read more...


Veterans’ hospital ride service in need of local volunteers

NORWICH – Operating with a skeleton crew, the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) transportation van in Norwich often is forced to sit idly by despite an ever-present and often u... read more...


Locals to join in NY SAFE Act protest in Albany Thursday

OXFORD – Chenango residents are set to embark via bus and car tomorrow morning to a New York State Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act (SAFE) protest in Albany. Th... read more...



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