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Columbus passes budget but UVAC remains a concern

COLUMBUS – The Town of Columbus Board heard residents’ concerns for the 2014 budget during a public comment session held Monday before making last-minute changes to keep the t... read more...


SUNY Morrisville students lead food drive for Roots and Wings

NORWICH – In what’s become an annual pre Thanksgiving tradition for the Human Services Organization (HSO) at the SUNY Morrisville Norwich campus, students in HSO took to the s... read more...


The Cellular Connection opens its doors

Frank Speziale Photo NORWICH – The Cellular Connection, a subsidiary of Verizon Wireless, celebrated its unveiling to the Norwich community on Friday with a ribbon cutting ... read more...


DSS to rewrite day care subsidy guidelines

NORWICH – A recent cut in state funding is forcing the Chenango County Department of Social Services to re-examine day care support subsidies provided to residents county-wide... read more...


Kicinski announces second congressional run

NORWICH – Michael Kicinski, a longstanding affiliate of the Tea Party Patriots, announced Wednesday that he will make another run for United States Congress in 2014. Kicinski... read more...


When a problem becomes petty

This weekend, my wife will be hosting a bag party. A bag party, if you're not familiar with the wonderful world that is the young female’s idea of a “fun,” is when my wife kic... read more...


City denies contested commercial property tax exemption

By Shawn Magrath Sun Staff Writer smagrath@evesun.com NORWICH – A proposed tax exemption to incentivize private investors to rehabilitate run-down properties on the city’s ... read more...


Honoring those who served

NORWICH – Scores of Norwich City residents turned out to see the annual Veterans’ Day parade wind its way down East Main Street on Monday, and pay respects the country’s brave... read more...


In cold weather, HEAP can help

NORWICH – As colder weather looms, thousands of Chenango County residents this year will turn to the Chenango County Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) to keep warm. More ... read more...


Blanket raffle raises unexpected amount for a good cause

NORWICH – Residents at UHS Chenango Memorial crafted a fleece blanket with a breast cancer theme that raised an unexpected $1,030 to help local breast cancer patients. Reside... read more...


County officials optimistic for 2014 budget, set public hearing

CHENANGNO COUNTY – Chenango County legislators are ready to take the next step forward with a proposed spending plan for 2014 and hear the concerns of the taxpayers during a p... read more...


City considers changes for partial tax exemption for seniors

NORWICH – A proposed local law to exempt a percentage of property taxes for seniors living in the City of Norwich is being considered by members of the city council and, pendi... read more...


Sore losers, sorer winners

Winners like to gloat. And why not? Success is determined by one's commitment, dedication and good ol' fashioned work ethic. Surely that's something to be proud of. This week... read more...


New Berlin gains new supervisor; little change comes to Oxford and other townships

CHENANGO COUNTY – Despite months of contention across the county, election night led to little change in most Chenango County town boards. Barring the Town of New Berlin, whe... read more...


Community group protests Common Core at SE School Board meeting

SHERBURNE – A team of parents, teachers and community members turned out to the Sherburne-Earlville Central School (SECS) Board of Education meeting on Monday to protest the n... read more...



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