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Norwich police hunt for burglary suspect

NORWICH – The Norwich City Police are searching for a man suspected of committing six or more burglaries early this morning. The suspect may be responsible for other recent bu... read more...


Final notice given to trailer park holdouts

NORWICH – Town of Norwich Supervisor David Law issued a 30-day eviction notice to the last residents currently living in the City View Trailer Park on Crandall Street. In Ap... read more...


Police continue hunt for Norwich burglar

NORWICH – Norwich City Police are still searching for a man suspected of a rash of burglaries that swept the city overnight. At least seven separate businesses were broken int... read more...


Bainbridge power plant may get a new lease on life

BAINBRIDGE – A former power plant in the Town of Bainbridge is on a short list of sites in New York that could be picked by a private developer for a $1.5 billion, 500 megawat... read more...


Jail resolutions meet with opposition

NORWICH – City of Norwich Supervisor Linda E. Natoli expressed her dissatisfaction with “the way things are going” at the Chenango County Public Safety Facility by casting two... read more...


Sports

Grid Forecast: Oxford, B-G meet in important division matchup

Unlike Oxford (4-2), who have consistently found themselves in the playoff mix most of past decade, Bainbridge-Guilford (5-1) has gone a few seasons without a playoff berth – ... read more...


Greene, UV keep pace

Boys’ Soccer Greene 6, B-G 3 GREENE – Mike Thomas had a hat trick for Greene, and Mike Porter added two goals for the Trojans giving him five this week. The Trojans, with... read more...


Community

NFD opens doors for Fire Prevention Week

NORWICH – The Norwich Fire Department opened its doors to the public Thursday evening. This week is Fire Prevention Week and fire departments across Chenango have been hosting... read more...


Opinion

Point/Counterpoint: Global warming

EDITOR’S NOTE: Sometimes Evening Sun reporters just like to argue. This week, Tyler Murphy and Jeff Genung attended a screening of Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth,” sponsored... read more...


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