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VFW offers free ride to VA center for local vets

NORWICH – Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) in Norwich have come together with the Disabled American Veterans organization (DAV) in an effort to provide Chenango a... read more...


Accident in Oxford

A two-car motor vehicle accident occurred at 2:26 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of County Road 32 and State Highway 220 in Oxford. Apparently a pick-up truck entering 220 ... read more...


Commerce Chenango recognizes community advocates

SHERBURNE – There are no failures in life, says Maria Stamatatos, only mistakes we can learn from. Stamatatos, owner of Gus’ Steakhouse in Norwich, was honored along with thr... read more...


Rolling Antiquers bring car show to Norwich this weekend

NORWICH – Around a 1,000 classic cars and hot rods from across the country are expected to enter the 43rd Annual Antique Auto Show and Flea Market this weekend, organizers say... read more...


Sports

OV impressive in non-league win over G-MU

Evening Sun Report Baseball Otselic Valley 9, G-MU 1 COPES CORNERS – Otselic Valley won for the 14th time this season avenging a 17-2 loss to G-MU earlier this season. ... read more...


Community

McDonough cemetery gets spring cleaning

McDONOUGH – Once again, about 45 people gathered in the McDonough Village Union Cemetery to help beautify it for another year. Most were local people, but some came from out o... read more...


Memorial Day observances planned

Afton A parade featuring the Afton marching band starts at 10 a.m. on the corner of Pleasant and Main streets. It will proceed to the bridge for a salute to those lost at ... read more...


Norwich classic car collector announces June auction

NORWICH – Norwich resident and businessman Ray Hart announced this week he’s selling his expansive collection of classic cars and military vehicles at auction in June. Evans ... read more...


Opinion

Sharing pain and land

“What really connects us is the pain,” said Rami Elhanan. A 58-year-old Israeli, Elhanan lost his 14-year-old daughter to a suicide bomber in the center of Jerusalem. An Isra... read more...


Entertainment

Gallery to present paintings by Jean M. Tyson

GILBERTSVILLE – The Hilton Bloom Art Studio is opening its tenth season with a solo exhibit of the paintings of Jean M. Tyson, titled “Return of the Native.” The exhibit will ... read more...


Bluegrass festival this weekend

COVENTRYVILLE - The Penny Memorial Day Bluegrass Festival will be held from May 23-25, at Wrench Wranch, Coventryville, Rte. 206, between Bainbridge and Greene. Penny (Pennsy... read more...


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