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With United Way Campagin in the red, there’s still time

CHENANGO COUNTY — The Chenango County chapter of the United Way is closing in on the final days of its annual campaign and taking a close look at the numbers that are beginnin... read more...


Earlville Food Cupboard grant polls open

EARLVILLE – Last week The Evening Sun published a story which highlighted a local food pantry – The Earlville Food Cupboard – which was recently selected from thousands of pan... read more...


Close call in Oxford

OXFORD – An Oxford family was extremely lucky after a mid-day close call according to Oxford Fire Chief Mike Cobb. At approximately 11:30 a.m. Chenango County Dispatch repor... read more...


Business After Hours

NORWICH – Nate and Russ Foote represented Snyder Communications at the Commerce Chenango Business After Hours reception held at NBT Bank in Norwich Tuesday evening. The event,... read more...


Local vet raises funding for All Animals Matter

NORWICH — In mid-November of this year an open house pulling double duty was held to benefit a local nonprofit that has reached out to hundreds in need. Compassionate Care Ve... read more...


Parade of Lights a success

NORWICH — The 20th annual Parade of Lights was a huge success this year, and according to event organizer Michael McCormack, it was one of the best turnouts on record. Some ... read more...


C-CARE presents: ‘A Place at the Table’

NORWICH – It is estimated that nearly 50 million Americans do not know where their next meal is coming from. The Chenango Community Action for Renewable Energy is showing a fi... read more...


20th annual parade to light up downtown

NORWICH – Grab your hat and mittens and get ready to have your Christmas senses piqued as Chenango's hometown daily and company present the Christmas to Remember Parade of Lig... read more...


Broad St. Methodist Church hosts fair trade event

NORWICH — Take a trip around the world with a fair trade sale, an international holiday tea and a chance to reach a helping hand across the ocean on Friday, Dec. 5 and Saturda... read more...


Ex-cop sentenced in Oxford Town Court

OXFORD – Stephen Dutcher – the one-time Village of Greene Police Chief – was sentenced Monday evening to a one-year conditional discharge and ordered to pay more than $1,200 i... read more...


Earlville Food Pantry seeks online ballots for $20k grant

EARLVILLE – Recently, more and more families are relying on assistance from charities to make ends meet. But every once in a while, those charities need a little help from the... read more...


Oxford announces future superintendent

OXFORD— On Nov. 17 the Oxford School District Board announced an agreement to offer Shawn Bissetta the position of Superintendent of Schools after a lengthy search. “Pending... read more...


Norwich Theater Co. presents: Irving Berlin’s ‘White Christmas’

NORWICH – Cast and crew of the Norwich Theatre Company, Inc. spent Wednesday night placing the finishing touches on its presentation of Irving Berlin’s classic musical “White... read more...


Seventh annual Woofstock planned for Sunday

NORWICH – With weekend temperatures forecasted to remain well below freezing, pet lovers from all points are cordially invited for a glass of warm cheer, hot food and cool loc... read more...


Hospice Heroes honored at UHS Chenango Memorial

NORWICH –  At the annual Hospice dinner at Canasawacta Country Club Thursday, Nov. 6, a group of UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital staff were honored for their distinction ... read more...



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