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Norwich business moves to Oneonta

NORWICH – Another Norwich area business will be closing its doors soon and moving operations out of Chenango County. Apple Converting Inc. recently announced that it will be m... read more...


Repubican primaries highlighted by roads superintendent, council seats

NORWICH - Chenango County’s Republican Party primaries slated for Tuesday will be highlighted by races for highway superintendent in Preston, Coventry and Columbus and by coun... read more...


Felony charge dismissed against one arrested in PD probe last week

NORWICH – Felony charges against a man arrested in last week’s drug bust and murder plot investigation were dismissed in City Court Friday. Chester Black Jr., 19, Elmira, was... read more...


Charges dismissed in police threat case

NORWICH – Two men charged in an alleged murder plot to kill two Norwich Police officers had their charges dismissed in court Monday morning. Mathew C. Smith, 27, of the Elmir... read more...


Oxford boys injured in chemical explosion

OXFORD – Two Oxford youths playing with flammable liquids were severely burned and airlifted to medical facilities Thursday night. The Oxford Police Department is investigati... read more...


Sports

Greene stands tall on defense

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor NORWICH – Greene learned a lot about its defense in the fourth quarter Saturday night at Norwich. The Trojans survived two Norwich scor... read more...


Marauders find way to win

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor SHERBURNE – Worn and weary, pushed around by strong rival, outgained significantly and playing on its heels for most of four quarters and... read more...


Oxford holds off feisty Sidney

Evening Sun Report Field Hockey Oxford 2, Sidney 1 OXFORD – Oxford found itself in a much more difficult matchup than usual with the feisty Warriors Saturday. Christi ... read more...


UV-Edmeston picks up first win

Evening Sun Report Football UV-Edmeston 7, Spencer-Van Etten 6 NEW BERLIN – UV-Edmeston didn have a lot to cheer about on offense, but a stingy defense that gave up g... read more...


Community

Oxford makes plans for bicentennial

 OXFORD – An initial organizational meeting to work on ideas for the 2008 Oxford Village Bicentennial celebration took place on Aug. 28. Held at Six On The Square, it was atte... read more...


Legion accepts memorial flag donation

NORWICH – American Legion Post 189 in Norwich has been given a burial flag of a deceased WWII veteran Emory P. Barkley. His sister Bernie Finch is donating her brother’s flag ... read more...


Opinion

Bottled water Nirvana

The latest news about bottled water reminds me of something we ought to remember from time to time. Americans know how to sell. Consider how we sell professional baseball. An... read more...


In Albany: Sen. James Seward

New York’s economy needs help. You don’t need a degree in economics to know that our upstate economy lags the rest of the state and the rest of the nation. As the national eco... read more...


Entertainment

Chenango River Theatre: Equity & Non-Equity Auditions for A Shayna Maidel 

GREENE – The Chenango River Theatre, the Binghamton area’s professional, non-profit theatre company, will hold auditions for “A Shayna Maidel,” the emotional story of the post... read more...


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