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Morrisville College brings Farmers’ Market out of the cold

NORWICH – The return of wintry weather has always brought with it a host of logistical problems when it comes to holding outdoor events, but this year customers and vendors al... read more...


Norwich music venue to shake things up in 2014

NORWICH – The Norwich music scene, like anything else, is an ever changing landscape and one of downtown's most notable music locales is changing with the times, too. Big chan... read more...


Unadilla Valley Food Pantry fights hunger

NEW BERLIN – According to a study published by the United States Department of Agriculture, food insecurity in the United States has reached epidemic levels. In 2012 14.5 per... read more...


Oxford Memorial Library offers winter activities

OXFORD – As cold winter weather only looks to continue in Chenango County, finding activities to keep everyone entertained indoors can be a daunting and elusive task. The O... read more...


Earlville resident cries fowl

EARLVILLE – In 2007, the Village of Earlville updated a local law that prohibited non-domestic animals within the village. One man, Michael Kicinski, has spent the six years ... read more...


BOOKS program awards $7,200 to libraries

Morrisville State College and Senator Tom Libous BOOKS program recently awarded $7,200. in grant finding to 24 local libraries in Broome, Tioga, Chenango and Delaware counties... read more...


Online petition calls for venue change, release in Ramsaran case

NORWICH – Recently, an online petition has circulated on the popular national website change.org that calls for a change of venue and release of Town of New Berlin resident Ga... read more...


Norwich woman granted Legion’s ‘Award of Excellence’ at annual visit

NORWICH – On Nov. 22, the Chenango County American Legion hosted a joint visitation by the Legion’s top state level officials – Department of New York State Commander Kenneth ... read more...


New Berlin businesses get a facelift

Walking through the streets of New Berlin will soon look a little different. Two local businesses, New York Pizzeria and Redner's Grocery, will soon be updating their appearan... read more...


Plymouth man charged with grand larceny

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth resident and former Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department Treasurer Andrew Cushman was arrested on November 12, 2013 following an investigation by the New Yor... read more...


The Artists’ Palette readies for big move

NORWICH - Local entrepreneur and artist, Jill Kraft, is nearing the final stages of moving her business just a few doors up South Broad Street; several leaps and bounds from w... read more...


Ellis Paul to perform at 6OTS

By Matthew White Sun Staff Writer mwhite@evesun.com OXFORD – Local music venue 6 On the Square will come alive Saturday, Nov. 24 starting at 7:30 p.m. with the unique voic... read more...


Oxford Academy holds Common Core forum

OXFORD – Regardless of how parents in the area feel about the new Common Core Curriculum standards, they’re here to stay. In light of Monday’s nationwide “Keep Your Child Home... read more...


Preparations underway for community Thanksgiving dinner

NEW BERLIN – Every year, the New Berlin United Methodist Church prepares for its Community Thanksgiving Dinner with great success. This year will be no different. This year’s... read more...


Town of NB ushers in new budget, signs UVAC contract

NEW BERLIN – A mere handful of people attended the Town of New Berlin Board meeting held Nov. 12 and business as usual was the tenor of the evening's proceedings. Although th... read more...



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