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Republicans open Norwich headquarters

NORWICH – The Republican Party headquarters was packed full of people Thursday night for the grand opening of the office. Politicians and their supporters filled the small sto... read more...


Eminent domain bill: A stinging blow for NYRI?

NORWICH – A spokesperson for New York Regional Interconnect, Inc. said the eminent domain bill that, after nearly two months, finally made its way a week ago from the state’s ... read more...


Norwich preps kids for future with high-tech improvements

NORWICH – As companies become more dependent on technology, the need for skilled computer operators increases. In today’s society, those entering the professional market may n... read more...


Bruce Beadle sings with the community in mind

NORWICH – The Bruce Beadle Band will be playing from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the VFW in Norwich. The event, held to promote the United Way’s 2006 campaign season, is op... read more...


YMCA reaches out to community

NORWICH – The Norwich Family YMCA has always had a scholarship program. “Our mission is to provide access to everyone who wants to use the Y,” YMCA Executive Director Jamey Mu... read more...


Sports

Oxford finishes season sweep of Sidney

Evening Sun Report Boys’ Soccer Oxford 4, Sidney 2 OXFORD – Before thunder and lightning ended its second victory over Sidney 12 minutes into the second half, the Black... read more...


Grid Forecast: Battle of unbeatens

Someone has to stop Sidney’s 15-game winning streak, and Greene’s Tim Paske hopes his team is the one to do it in a matchup up unbeaten Section IV Division IV opponents tonigh... read more...


Community

Barbecue restaurant opens doors

NORWICH – Road House Bar-B-Que is now open for business. The new restaurant is located on State Highway 12 between Norwich and North Norwich. “Five years ago we started to g... read more...


Opinion

Demand they drive better

“Since the March 2003 invasion of Iraq, about 2,600 American troops have been killed in combat and war related incidents. During the same period, more than 22,000 teenagers, a... read more...


Entertainment

Relive the 70s at Sunday nostalgia show

NORWICH – Tickets are currently on sale for the Chenango County Council of the Arts’ first show of the 2006/07 season. The Piano Men starring Jim Witter is a musical celebrat... read more...


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