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Oxford Primary Schoolers honor veterans

OXFORD – Last Friday, in honor of Veterans Day, Oxford Primary School hosted 10 veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Some of the visiting veterans were the parents and ... read more...


S-E student leads charge against Big Tobacco

SHERBURNE – Thursday morning, Sherburne­-Earlville teachers and students will arrive at school to find a parking lot chock-full with chalk outlines of bodies and quotes. No on... read more...


13th Annual Treasures and Treats Craft Fair

GREENE – A spectacular array of craft vendors will once again convene for the 13th Annual Treasures and Treats Craft Fair, Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m, in the Greene Intermediate... read more...


S-E renovations to be wrapped up over Christmas break

SHERBURNE – During a Sherburne-Earlville school board meeting Monday, contractor representatives Ed Bernhauer and Ben Heintz gave a powerpoint presentation summarizing the pro... read more...


Oxford resident to help Sandy victims

OXFORD – A week after Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast, there are still New Yorkers unable to go home to begin picking up the pieces of their shattered lives. Trapped... read more...


CMH resident marks 100-year milestone

NORWICH – The passing of 100 years can often a somber occasion, but as Chenango Memorial Hospital gets ready to celebrate its centennial, so too does one of its resident... read more...


972 Oxford residents sign petition for moratorium

OXFORD – A petition imploring the Oxford town board to reconsider enacting a moratorium on high volume hydraulic fracturing was submitted last Thursday. Although the Village o... read more...


New owners for Greene’s Sherwood

GREENE – An age-old cornerstone of the Greene community is scheduled to reopen next year in conjunction with its 100-year anniversary. Don Dunlap of Greene and his son DJ Dunl... read more...


Sherburne Senior Services nears completion

SHERBURNE – The Crouse Community Center, a nursing facility in Morrisville, will soon unveil a new Sherburne Senior Services adult day care center, adjacent to Westlake Villag... read more...


Punching the Clock: Call of the wild

Editor’s Note: Each Wednesday, one of our Evening Sun reporters will visit a local business or non-profit organization to lend a hand for a day, finding out what it’s like to ... read more...


Harlem Rockets make a play for Oxford Friday night

OXFORD ­– The Oxford Academy high school gym will bare witness to astounding feats of athleticism at 7 p.m. Friday. The Harlem Rockets will once again be visiting Chenango Cou... read more...


Stroke survivor recovers to run the NYC Marathon

NEW YORK CITY – A noteworthy addition hailing from Chenango County will be joining the expected 47,000 entrants lacing up their running shoes for the famed 26.2 mile New York ... read more...


NBT Bank commits $1 million for city first-time home buyer program

NORWICH – It’s been a busy year for NBT Bank, with the announcement of its acquisition of Alliance Bank in Syracuse, and other endeavors. Despite NBT’s recent expansions, and ... read more...


Oxford Health & Wellness Fair now open to the public

OXFORD ­– Oxford Academy’s health committee hosts its annual health and wellness fair Friday, in the high school auditorium from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The health fair has diversifi... read more...


Oxford Lions’ Halloween Parade this weekend

s and youngsters – get your costumes ready because this weekend Oxford Lions Club will be hosting its annual Halloween Parade. The parade is an adored tradition that has been ... read more...



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