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EMO developing app for severe weather, emergencies

NORWICH – In a few months, the City of Norwich Emergency Management Office will be the first in New York State to unveil a new EMO smart phone app for the community, showing t... read more...


CASH Coalition offers free tax preparation

By Shawn Magrath Sun Staff Writer smagrath@evesun.com NORWICH – As the filing deadline for tax season draws near, a volunteer group in Chenango and Madison counties is once... read more...


Fees for tax sale title searches likely to go up

NORWICH – The cost of conducting a tax sale title search for a foreclosed property could be going up, pending a resolution from the Board of Supervisors later this month. A b... read more...


County to find new ways to dispose of sharp medical waste

NORWICH – Upon the recent termination of a long-standing agreement between UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital and the Chenango County Health Department, county health offici... read more...


Reporting all the news that isn’t news

If you have cable television, chances are you’re well aware of your choices of news coverage – everything from the ultra conservative Fox News to its adversary, MSNBC, and eve... read more...


New online magazine offers inspiration for dance families

NORWICH – A new, locally published online magazine is proving a valuable resource for dance families the world over. The quarterly periodical, titled Dance Family Magazine, ma... read more...


SPCA gears up for 9th annual Fur Ball

NORWICH – The Chenango SPCA is putting together lights and decorations and calling on animal lovers to dust off their dancing shoes for the shelter’s largest annual fundraiser... read more...


M&T Bank donates to Roots & Wings

NORWICH – The Norwich branch of M&T Bank is showing that being a big corporation also carries a big sense of community. M&T Bank donated $2,500 to the Chenango County Roots a... read more...


County health department, city warn of the risks of lead paint

NORWICH – In an ongoing effort to reduce the number of instances of elevated lead exposure among area residents, the Chenango County Public Health Department is working with t... read more...


Norwich slated to receive more aid, but cautious about moving forward

NORWICH – With a proposed New York State Executive Budget now on the table, the Norwich City School District is likely to see a 3.4 percent increase in state aid for the comin... read more...


Golden Artist Colors moving ahead with Norwich acquisition

NORWICH – One month after New Berlin-based Golden Artist Colors ventured into a major renovation project that will ultimately expand its facilities to the City of Norwich, the... read more...


Cautiously moving forward

A new year for many means new goals. New goals means a new direction and new habits (never mind that a majority of Americans have failed in their new year’s resolutions by now... read more...


Norwich Diner opens for business

NORWICH – Mike Koukoudakis said he wasn’t sure what to expect when he flipped the switch of the fluorescent green “open” sign that hangs near the entryway of the new Norwich D... read more...


Punching the Clock: Milking it

Just south of the Village of Oxford, nestled alongside county Road 32, John and David Marshman have co-managed the Marshman Dairy Farms for nearly two decades. The family-owne... read more...


First Fourth Friday kicks off this week

NORWICH – In the spirit of making downtown Norwich more vibrant and colorful, the Norwich Merchants Association, in collaboration with the Artist’s Palette, will host the firs... read more...



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