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Lowe's officially "cuts the board" on new Norwich store

NORWICH – Town of Norwich Supervisor David Law saws a board Thursday in the traditional “board cutting ceremony” officially announcing the grand opening of the new Lowe’s home... read more...


County examines sheriff's budget

NORWICH – The county’s lead financial planners this week mulled over the four tentative budgets that comprise the Chenango County Sheriff’s Department for next year, projected... read more...


Judge denies new lawyer for Wlasiuk

NORWICH – Thursday was the first day the Honorable Broome County Court Judge Martin E. Smith presided in court over murder defendant Peter M. Wlasiuk. “Today’s purpose is to c... read more...


Sherburne's preemptive strike against NYRI a crucial step in power line fight

SHERBURNE – They say only fools rush in, but preemptive strikes by the Village of Sherburne could eventually play a significant role in thwarting an almost invisible, yet very... read more...


Suspect in stabbing incident still at large

SMITHVILLE – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Department is still looking for a man who stabbed his bother during an argument on Oct. 9 in Smithville. Terry L. Sturdevant Jr., 19... read more...


Sports

Grid Forecast: Greene faces unbeaten Lansing in playoffs

Bobcat sightings have been on the rise in Central New York, and Greene will get an up-close-and-personal view of about two dozen Bobcats Saturday evening. The Trojans, playin... read more...


Cyclones win two of three in playoffs

CHITENANGO – The Cyclones’ “B” team remained undefeated beating Oneida 6-0 in Chittenango. Gran tBrightman took it to paydirt with 13 seconds remaining in the game from two ... read more...


Milford Academy to entertain Erie C.C.

NEW BERLIN – Milford Academy’s season-long, take-it-on-the road mentality makes this Saturday’s contest against Erie Community College the most apt definition of a homecoming.... read more...


Community

Community welcomes new French bakery to Norwich

NORWICH – Roger Bransol began his culinary career in France at age 13, operated an enormously popular French bakery in the heart of New York City and now has designs to open a... read more...


Opinion

Point/Counterpoint: Eminent Domain

EDITOR’S NOTE: Sometimes Evening Sun reporters just like to argue. This week, Tyler Murphy and Jeff Genung debate a topic that’s been in the local news a lot lately – the use ... read more...


Entertainment

S-E students get their "acts" together

SHERBURNE – Like any good sports coach, Colleen Law-Tefft knows that you should always be on the lookout for new talent, grooming potential stars as they come up through the r... read more...


Nik and the Nice Guys headline at the 8th annual Pumpkin Festival

By Jessica Lewis Sun Staff Writer Get out your pumpkins and start carving. Pumpkin Fest is here again. It’s that magical time of year when we try to break the world record f... read more...


Council of the Arts transforms old Norwich school into two live shows during Pumpkin Fest

By Jill Osterhout Sun Staff Writer Local high school students are dedicating their time and efforts to put on another Halloween Haunted House for Pumpkin Fest this season. T... read more...


YMCA’s annual Halloween parade a highlight of Pumpkin Fest

By Tyler Murphy Sun Staff Writer The annual Norwich Family YMCA Halloween parade steps off at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The parade has been a Norwich tradition for over 50 years ... read more...


Music Shop pumps up Pumpkin Fest

NORWICH – The Music Shop has a full line-up of live music scheduled during the 8th Annual Pumpkin Festival this weekend. World class blues guitarist Roger “Hurricane” Wilson ... read more...


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