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DEC head: No ‘timetable’ on fracking decision

ALBANY – In order for a decision to be made on whether to pass the state’s planned regulations for hydraulic fracturing, the environmental impact review, dSGEIS, on which the ... read more...


Railroad buff speaks at Guilford event

GUILFORD – The Guilford Historical Society hosts its annual winter social from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Guilford Methodist Church.  The doors will open up to the publi... read more...


Oxford grant will improve sidewalk safety for school kids

OXFORD – The Village of Oxford will use grant money to improve sidewalks near the Oxford Middle School and educate students and the public on the benefits of walking to school... read more...


Chenango snowmobilers gather for Snowblast Saturday

McDONOUGH – The Chenango County Snowmobile Federation sponsors the third annual Snowblast and first-ever breast cancer awareness destination ride from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday ... read more...


Oxford tables zoning change

OXFORD – Oxford’s Village Board of Trustees have decided to take another week before voting on a proposed zoning amendment that would limit, if not prohibit, the development o... read more...


Punching the Clock: Scrubbing in

When I had called Pet Street Station Animal Hospital, I assumed I would just be giving a dog a bath or cleaning out the kennels, but boy was I in for a surprise. For this week... read more...


County planning board nixes Oxford’s amendment

OXFORD – The Chenango County Planning Board denied a proposed amendment to the Village of Oxford’s zoning ordinance, which would zone out shale gas drilling within the village... read more...


Rogers hosts 35th annual celebration of all things winter

SHERBURNE – The 35th annual Winter Living Celebration brought visitors out in droves Saturday to Rogers Environmental Education Center. The center’s parking lot proved inadequ... read more...


Plans call for expanding nature trails

NORWICH – The Chenango Greenway Conservancy discussed ways to apply grant money to improve the Greenway Riverwalk Trail in Norwich at a meeting held Wednesday. The Greenway R... read more...


Celebrate the season at Rogers this Saturday

SHERBURNE – The annual Winter Living Celebration takes place 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Rogers Environmental Education Center. Five hundred and fifty people came out fo... read more...


S-E hosts ‘Preview of Champions’ Saturday

SHERBURNE – A Preview of Champions color guard competition kicks off at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Sherburne-Earlville High School gym with 11 teams participating, including the j... read more...


MLK Day luncheon promotes community effort, Empty Bowls project

NORWICH – Between 60 to 70 guests showed up to a special Martin Luther King Jr. Day Luncheon Monday at the Broad Street United Methodist Church. Children from The Place’s yout... read more...


Gallery exhibit openings mark Earlville Opera House festivities

EARLVILLE – In a fit of artistic euphoria, The Earlville Opera House’s annual Winter Celebration takes center stage this weekend. The free event features a number of artists a... read more...


Sherburne welcomes new class of volunteer firefighters

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Fire Department bolstered its ranks at the end of December with three new additions. After finishing 87 hours of curriculum, Michelle Jenkins, Chad C... read more...


What will become of the Smyrna PO?

By Kevin Doonan Sun Staff Writer kdoonan@evesun.com SMYRNA – A meeting discussing the future of the Smyrna Post Office had to be relocated from its original venue in the Po... read more...



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