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Earlville hopes to secure housing rehab grant

EARLVILLE – Mayor Toni Campbell said there is “a strong likelihood” that the village could recieve a $400,000 state grant for improvements to village homes next year. Village... read more...


Arrests made in UV noose incident

NEW BERLIN – Two 16-year-old Unadilla Valley High School students have been arrested in connection with the placing of a noose outside an African-American teacher’s door. The ... read more...


Ford's trial delayed by Wlasiuk's

NORWICH – County Court W. Howard Sullivan has recused himself from hearing another local murder case citing a backlog of family court work. George Ford Jr., 42, of Piscataway... read more...


Sports

Greene wins classic battle with Bobcats

ONEONTA – The combatants weren’t even in grade school the last time Bainbridge-Guilford and Greene met in a league title game, but this one easily measured up to those classic... read more...


Vikings advance; S-E beaten in Section 3 playoffs

Boys’ Basketball Otselic Valley 72, Lyme 55 SOUTH OTSELIC – Otselic Valley (20-1) opened defense of its Section III Class D-2 title from 2007 beating the same team it met ... read more...


Tornado drop JV final

Evening Sun Report BINGHAMTON – Norwich’s perfect run and quest for an unbeaten season and STAC junior varsity championship was stopped one game short. Two three-point att... read more...


Chalk up win for Walton

ONEONTA – Chalk up another win for MAC’s division one. Walton, who moved into the higher division this season, won its first outright league title and kept Oxford and divisio... read more...


Community

Myers earns Eagle Scout award

Norwich – Tyler Myers attained scouting’s highest rank – Eagle Scout – in a ceremony at the United Church of Christ in Norwich Saturday. From left are Scout Master Dan Pfeifer... read more...


Former NFL star visits Otselic Valley

SOUTH OTSELIC – It’s not very often that the small Otselic Valley school district gets to play host to a National Football League player. It’s even less frequent that such an ... read more...


Have a ball in the halls at Dr. Seuss night this March

NORWICH – Is your tongue numb yet? Well if not, it will be. Join the faculty and staff at Gibson school for an evening of ryhming, games, prizes and more at this year’s Dr. Se... read more...


Opinion

A ticking time bomb

Here is a problem you don’t hear the candidates talking much about. And yet it will wreak havoc on our economy. And it will hit most of us in our pocket books for years to com... read more...


Entertainment

Historical museum featuring new exhibits

NORWICH – The Chenango County Historical Society Museum has opened several exhibits featuring a collection newly-acquired pieces and artifacts that had long been in storage. ... read more...


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