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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...


C-CARE hopes to expand on alternative energy in Chenango

NORWICH – With new alternative energy initiatives outlined in the Governor Andrew Cuomo’s recent State of the State address, Chenango Community Action for Renewable Energy is ... read more...


United Way exceeds campaign goal

NORWICH – For the first time in five years, the Chenango County United Way can say it surpassed its annual fundraising campaign goal, bringing another successful chapter in it... read more...


Matthew Wilson’s first solo show opens tonight

NORWICH – Gallery coordinators at the Chenango Arts Council are making the final touches on a new exhibit featuring the works of local artist Matthew Wilson, set to debut in c... read more...


A cute effort

I’ve always associated increasing productivity with working harder. After all, productivity bears success and the price of success is hard work. And hard work means spending m... read more...


New signs keep firefighters safe

By Shawn Magrath Sun Staff Writer smagrath@evesun.com NORWICH – The Norwich Fire Department, in collaboration with the city Codes Enforcement Office, is starting a new init... read more...


City approves next step in water filtration plant project

NORWICH – The Common Council has unanimously voted to take the next step in the ongoing water filtration plant project. The council officially authorized replacement of... read more...


Declining enrollment a concern for Norwich, Chenango schools

NORWICH – Growing concern over student enrollment, troubled finances and the future of the Norwich City School District was brought to the attention of the school board Tuesda... read more...


Protect your pets from winter pitfalls

NORWICH – Although this week brought above-average temperatures to the region, more seasonable weather is on its way, beckoning pet owners to take measures to ensure their fou... read more...


Local emergency operations prepare for changes set forth by Gov. Cuomo

NORWICH – With much of New York State still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, more efficient emergency management and preparedness has become a priority in New Yo... read more...


New EPA regs mean rising costs at local waste water treatment facilities

NORWICH – In the wake of large-scale efforts put forth by the Environmental Protection Agency to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, local taxpayers are expected to see increased cos... read more...


What’s the trade-off for consolidation?

There’s an old proverb that says when pride comes, then comes disgrace. The harmful implications of pride have been heeded in religion, fables, folklore, and mythology for as ... read more...



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