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WLASIUK CONVICTION OVERTURNED

NORWICH – In a decision rendered Thursday morning by the State of New York Supreme Court Appellate Division, the second degree murder conviction of Peter M. Wlasiuk was overtu... read more...


Congressional candidate stumps in Norwich

NORWICH – Senator Raymond A. Meier (R-Western) stopped in Norwich Wednesday to campaign for the United States Congress. Meier began his visit to Norwich at the Chenango County... read more...


Nursing shortage hits Health Dept. hard

NORWICH – Chenango County’s lower than average pay rate for registered nurses coupled with a nationwide shortage is making it difficult for Public Health Department officials ... read more...


Oxford residents fear creek damage will cause more flooding

OXFORD – Flooding across Rt. 12 has become an all too familiar sight for Oxford residents. Nearby Fly Meadow Creek has a long history of occasional flooding, but since the flo... read more...


Sports

NYRI: it ain't over 'til it's over

As we inch toward autumn, and the beautiful foliage it produces in our scenic area of the state, I'm reminded that lately I haven't heard many people talking about the propose... read more...


Greene rebounds with shutout

Evening Sun Report Girls’ Soccer Greene 5, Walton 0 GREENE – Greene sophomore Megan McDermott scored her first two varsity goals leading to the Trojans’ shutout win Wed... read more...


Community

NHS art students awarded at State Fair

NORWICH – Three Norwich High School art students competed and won at The New York State Fair. Ryan Marchant, Rachel Lorenz and Kristen Tomanocy brought home four out of the p... read more...


Opinion

Can we trust this guy?

Much has been made of two photographs that define George Bush’s presidency. After Sept. 11, he stood in the smoldering ruins of Ground Zero and rallied the nation’s resolve. A... read more...


Entertainment

Lost Time brings bluegrass to EOH 

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House celebrates regional artists with the seasoned bluegrass sound of Lost Time, who have garnered multi-year nominations from the Syracuse Ar... read more...


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