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Palmer gets Ward 6 nod

NORWICH – Daniel Palmer came out as the victor in the Republican primary after the final count of absentee ballots for Sixth Ward Alderman on Tuesday, defeating incumbent Thom... read more...


Childcare support service opens in a new location

NORWICH – A familiar childcare support agency officially opened its doors at a new location at 21 S. Broad St. earlier this month, with a mission of providing pillar services ... read more...


Roots and Wings team up with Commerce Chenango for county-wide food drive

NORWICH – In recognition of Hunger Action Month, Roots and Wings and Commerce Chenango are jointly working to promote a county-wide food drive to benefit food pantries and hel... read more...


Smithville church finds hope in a new home

SMITHVILLE – After fire ripped through the 80-year-old Presbyterian Church in the Town of Smithville more than two years ago, the rural, tight-knit community has reason to cel... read more...


Say what?

Coming off the recent Republican and Democratic national conventions, campaign season is in full swing and with it, a barrage of political rhetoric from both major parties. Wh... read more...


LoPiccolo, Palmer square off for Ward 6 Alderman spot

NORWICH – Residents in the city’s sixth ward will have a choice between two candidates to represent them when they head to the polls for today’s primary. Appointed Alderman T... read more...


Norwich City Schools prepare students for high-tech world

NORWICH – After the kick-off of a new school building, students and faculty are bracing for a year centered on technology use in the classroom, with a bigger push for more stu... read more...


Quincy Square Museum added to New York’s ‘Path Through History’

EARLVILLE – Honoring the role played by the Village of Earlville during the grand opening of the Chenango Canal in the 19th Century, the village’s Quincy Square Museum has bee... read more...


Changes in leadership come to Chenango Historical Society

NORWICH – As planned, Chenango County Historical Society Allan Estus tendered his resignation at the end of August after two and half years of service. His resignation came a... read more...


New purpose for old ward school?

NORWICH – Although the former fifth ward school on East Main Street currently sits empty and in desperate need of rehabilitation, the vacant property is being seen in a new li... read more...


Statewide legislation takes C-CARE in new direction

NORWICH – New legislation signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo that makes solar energy more affordable for businesses and residents statewide has rejuvenated the Chenango Community Act... read more...


Morrisville carnival raises money for human services outreach

NORWICH – The parking lot of Follett Hall at the SUNY Morrisville Norwich Campus took on a carnival-like setting last Thursday as students in the school’s Human Services... read more...


Saving the ‘screwed generation’

“You can be anything you want to be. The sky’s the limit” Most of us heard that at some point during childhood, be it from parent, teacher, or a one the felt-covered puppets ... read more...


United Way kicks off annual fundraiser with Day of Caring

NORWICH – The Chenango County United Way is gearing up for a new campaign season, with new fundraising goals in mind and new opportunities for volunteers to help kick things o... read more...


Study reveals economic impact of arts in Chenango County

By Shawn Magrath Sun Staff Writer smagrath@evesun.com NORWICH – Arts, like any industry, has a significant economic impact. That was the message carried away by business l... read more...



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