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State funding applications could lead to downtown revitalization

NORWICH – The City of Norwich is in the midst of several state funding applications, each of which – if awarded – would play a different role in improving business and employm... read more...


City Band, BID bring music to the park this summer

NORWICH – The sounds of local musicians resounding from the stage in East Park are expected to draw in hundreds of residents all summer long as the City of Norwich and the Nor... read more...


Youth Bureau ready to take on summer

NORWICH – With monetary support from the R.C. Smith Foundation and Beadles Lounge in Norwich, the City of Norwich Youth Bureau is making big plans for four exciting trips for ... read more...


Bike Night at Gilligan’s continues to raise money for a good cause

SHERBURNE – Despite the almost 100-degree temperature, hundreds of people from all over the area showed up to Bike Night at Gilligan’s Restaurant in Sherburne Wednesday, nearl... read more...


Changes to rental registry accepted by Common Council

NORWICH – Long anticipated changes to the rental registry were a topic of debate when the Norwich City Council met Tuesday for a public hearing and adoption of a resolution th... read more...


Pasquale’s Pizza finds a new downtown home

NORWICH – After 11 successful years in its present location on the corner of North Broad and Fair streets, Pasquale’s Pizza is moving to a new home in the city. The business ... read more...


Milford Academy support Chenango United Way fundraising

NEW BERLIN – Since its establishment in New Berlin in 2004, Milford Academy has partnered with the Chenango United Way to improve the quality of life for Chenango residents. ... read more...


Chenango celebrates Dairy Day Saturday

NORWICH – Local farmers, agriculturalists, and dairy lovers are excited to kick-off the 12th annual Dairy Day celebration, set to take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.... read more...


Car Museum offers something different on Father’s Day

By Shawn Magrath Sun Staff Writer smagrath@evesun.com NORWICH – While some fathers enjoy a typical outing of golf or new power tools for Father’s Day, the Northeast Classic... read more...


City schools get into gardening to give kids healthy choices

NORWICH – Amidst growing concern of what kids are getting in school lunches nationwide, the Norwich City School District is taking new steps to ensure its students are eating ... read more...


Dairy Day festivities set for Saturday

NORWICH – June is dairy month and in the spirit of all things dairy, the local agricultural community is pulling together for a day of celebration, agricultural education and ... read more...


BID efforts applauded during annual meeting

NORWICH – Local entrepreneurs and business leaders filed into Park Place Restaurant in Norwich Friday for the city’s Business Improvement District annual meeting. Following a... read more...


New hope for downtown building

NORWICH – A city-owned commercial property at 42 and 44-46 North Broad Street has new hope now that the city has found a prospective developer with an interest in rehabilitati... read more...


Youth Philanthropy Council doles out awards

NORWICH – Throughout the year, the 12 seniors and juniors who make up the Norwich High School Youth Philanthropy Council have been working under direction of the Chenango Unit... read more...


New time for old traditions at this year’s Pumpkin Fest

While the autumn season might be one of the furthest things from the minds of many locals, members on the Pumpkin Festival Committee are thinking ahead and planning big change... read more...



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