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Sullivan removes himself from Wlasiuk retrial

NORWICH – The Honorable Judge Howard Sullivan decided to recuse himself from the second murder trial of Peter M. Wlasiuk Friday. Sullivan explained his reasons in a five-pag... read more...


FEMA deadline extended to Oct. 16

NORWICH – Individuals who have still not filed an application for federal relief after the late June flooding have been granted another reprieve. FEMA officials have announced... read more...


City decides on new tanker truck

NORWICH – The City of Norwich held a special Common Council meeting Thursday night to discuss options for the purchase of a new fire tanker truck. The city has been operating ... read more...


CIT earns positive review from health dept.

NORWICH – The Valley Ridge Center for Intensive Treatment was found to be in compliance with all regulations last month after a four-day surprise visit from the New York State... read more...


Sports

Emotional win for Norwich

NORWICH – It was as much an outpouring of emotion as one has seen in a post-game victory celebration at Norwich in many, many years. One would have thought the Purple Tornad... read more...


M-E tops Greene in extra period

Evening Sun Report Field Hockey Maine-Endwell 1, Greene 0 (OT) GREENE – Greene did not yield easily to the defending state champions, and the Trojans were the first Sec... read more...


Oxford piles up yards; Greene loses first

Evening Sun Report Football Oxford 34, Newfield 12 NEWFIELD – Oxford scored on its first three possessions of the second half, and in the meantime stopped a fourth-and-... read more...


Week 15: Pinedale to Jackson Hole

Gone. I couldn’t believe it. It was all gone. My tent, stove, sleeping bag, down comforter, extra blankets, insulation pad, pillow even the stakes had been stolen. Nothing re... read more...


Opinion

Consider the source

“Consider the source.” If my grandmother was alive. And I told her about the shenanigins that went on at the UN recently. She would have advised me: “Consider the source.” M... read more...


Entertainment

NHS field band earns second place

NORWICH – Norwich High School’s Purple Tornado field band earned a second place finish at the Crystal City Band Competition, the third performance of the season held Saturday ... read more...


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