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Efforts persist to keep Norwich Aero open

NORWICH – News that Esterline, a Washington State-based producer of aerospace and defense components, will cease operations at its facility in the City of Norwich has communit... read more...


Survey aims to expand services for the homeless

NORWICH – The Chenango Housing Council has long recognized the existence of homelessness in the area and is now taking bigger steps than ever to address the issue. On Feb. 27... read more...


First Baptist in Norwich celebrates bicentennial

NORWICH – The First Baptist Church at 10 W. Park Place in the City of Norwich has long been a staple in the local community, providing residents with traditions rooted in Bibl... read more...


Community Skate Party set for Saturday

NORWICH – The Norwich City Youth Bureau, in conjunction with the Chenango Health Network’s Tobacco Free Chenango Program and Beadle’s Earth Day Celebration, will host its annu... read more...


Chenango Arts Council

The Chenango Arts Council will unveil its latest exhibit, "Capturing His Creation," from 5-7 p.m. Friday at the Mariea Brown and Raymond Loft Galleries at 27 W. Main St. in No... read more...


Esterline announces relocation, 120 jobs on the line

NORWICH – Esterline, a Washington State-based manufacturer of aerospace components, formally announced Thursday that its production facility in the City of Norwich (Norwich Ae... read more...


Farm Bill keeps subsidies, makes cuts to Food Stamps

CHENANGO COUNTY – Following two years of uncertainty and deliberation among U.S. lawmakers, the United States Congress passed a five-year Farm Bill on Wednesday, giving area f... read more...


Talk is cheap

Let's talk about drugs. Scratch that. Let's talk about drugs and violence. Better yet, let's talk about drugs, violence, poverty, and then make our way back to drugs again. ... read more...


Family Enrichment Network aims to bring child care center to Chenango

NORWICH – More than two years after the increased costs of operation and declining enrollment forced Catholic Charities of Chenango County to close The Children’s Center in No... read more...


HEAP benefits increase with frigid temperatures

NORWICH – Freezing temperatures in the last month have had thousands of county residents adjusting their thermostat and no public assistance program has felt a greater impact ... read more...


Three charged with larceny

NORWICH – Three individuals face a long list of felony charges following an investigation of more than $19,000 worth of merchandise stolen from a Town of Norwich business. Ac... read more...


Earlville grocer opens new store

EARLVILLE – Although it’s been three months since Ed Rydzy first opened the doors of Rydzy’s Market just off Main Street in the Village of Earlville, he said it’s taken some t... read more...


Local officials get glimpse of state budget

NORWICH – State Commissioner for the Department of Motor Vehicles Joan McDonald was in Norwich on Thursday to detail Governor Andrew Cuomo’s ambitious $137.2 billion state bud... read more...


Counties keep distance from NY SAFE Act

CHENANGO COUNTY – The New York State Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement (SAFE) Act has been a topic of dissension among legislators since its passing in January, 2013.... read more...


Teacher evaluations pose challenges at NCSD

By Shawn Magrath Sun Staff Writer smagrath@evesun.com NORWICH – While the New York State Common Core has recently put education reform in the spotlight, teachers at the Nor... read more...



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