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Norwich High School principal removed

NORWICH – On top of what has already been an intense week for the Norwich City School District, the district has now taken action to remove Lisa Schuchman from her role as hig... read more...


New study shows good news for New York’s equine industry

NORWICH – Even while several local agricultural industries deal with ongoing challenges, new studies indicate that the equine industry – including racing, recreational horse o... read more...


Guernsey Library has new director

NORWICH – The four-month search for a suitable candidate to fill the empty director’s seat at Guernsey Memorial Library has come to an end, prompting the library into a new ch... read more...


Chenango leading the way with statewide dairy strategic plan

NORWICH – With a growing demand for milk in recent years, Chenango County is taking the lead in developing a strategic plan to keep New York’s dairy industry in tune with dema... read more...


Colonia Theater to reopen next week

NORWICH – Only one month after the “final” showing at the Colonia Theater, preparations are already in the works to show movies on the big screen once again. Doors of the Colo... read more...


The fear of politics

In 2008, nearly one-third of the American public tuned in to watch then President-elect Barack Obama give his victory speech from Grant Park in Chicago, after an immensely suc... read more...


School board changes executive session practices

NORWICH – The Norwich City school board has adopted a change to its practice of executive session that will bring discussion items once reserved for behind closed doors into a... read more...


Chenango Arts Council readies for ‘The Chocolate Ball’

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts is gearing up for its biennial fundraiser, this year accentuating all things chocolate during the organization’s “Chocolate B... read more...


Punching the Clock: Get out the vote

It’s been said that in reality, there’s no such thing as not voting. You either vote by voting, or you vote by not voting, thereby doubling the value of someone else’s vote. ... read more...


Community organizes benefit for superstorm victims

NORWICH – Howard Johnson Hotel in Norwich is hosting a food and supply drive this week to benefit those affected by the devastation of Superstorm Sandy. Non-monetary donation... read more...


Norwich Y turns 150

The Norwich Family YMCA celebrated its 150th anniversary with a special ceremony, displays and activities Saturday. Evening Sun subscribers can click on the camera icon above ... read more...


Colonia: The show will go on ...

By Shawn Magrath Sun Staff Writer smagrath@evesun.com NORWICH – It seems that the closing of the Colonia Theater in downtown Norwich will be for only a brief moment. The bu... read more...


A newfound and short-lived perspective

Let’s travel back in time for a moment. On Monday, Oct. 22, one week before Hurricane Sandy ripped up the East Coast, the entire country was centered on what people thought we... read more...


SAME to focus on the local impact of the arts during community event

NORWICH – In an ongoing battle to preserve arts in Chenango County public schools, affiliates of the Support Arts and Music Eduction group (SAME) will host a special informati... read more...


Want to help? Give money – or donate extras to a local food pantry

NORWICH – After narrowly avoiding the brunt of Hurricane Sandy, Chenango County residents might be looking for ways to help with relief efforts, both locally and for the East ... read more...



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