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Local mayors reflect on 2006

Despite flooding which literally put a damper on village and city projects, mayors from Greene, Oxford and Norwich say 2006 was a year of growth and improvements. Greene ma... read more...

Man found innocent back for another possible trial

NORWICH – A man that was found not guilty of a DWI charge at trial is now being brought back to county court to face additional charges. Mark Dexter was found not guilty of d... read more...

Still no word on railroad reopening

NORWICH – A decision to repair or permanently abandon the flood-damaged stretch of the New York Susquehanna & Western Railroad from Greene to Sherburne could come within the n... read more...


Tornado weather Storm; S-E advances in overtime

Boys’ Basketball Norwich 46, Unadilla Valley 35 Sherburne-Earlville 56, Sidney 53 (OT) NEW BERLIN – Norwich is next for a Sherburne-Earlville club that is now 10-0 this s... read more...


Settlement spacings

Early settlements tended to be strung out along roads like pigeons perched on a wire, with equidistant spaces between them, as in the photo. This distance was often 6 miles a... read more...


Local effects of global warming

I woke up this morning to the sound of birds singing. When I put my feet on the floor, they weren’t met by icy coldness that made me want to crawl back under the covers. I did... read more...


Eyes on the horizon

EDITOR’S NOTE: Evening Sun staff members have resolved to make a change in 2007. Today is the second of four resolutions: Why at only the end of the year do we all try and d... read more...

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