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59th Annual Band Pageant this weekend in Sherburne

SHERBURNE – This weekend, bands from 36 different school districts, including one traveling all the way from South Dakota, will make the trip to Sherburne for the annual Pagea... read more...


Amber Perkins’ dancers burst onto Norwich stage in ‘08 recital

NORWICH - Boom! An explosion of great force. Boom! The thumping of sub-woofers from a souped up Mustang. Boom! The startling noise of the Bat Mobile smashing through a brick w... read more...


Cig tax could push smokers to quit

By Katherine Waters Sun Staff Intern CHENANGO COUNTY– “A week of cigarettes or a bag of groceries?” asked a Tobacco Free Chenango advertisement this week. This is the major ... read more...


City looks into non-residential ambulance surcharge

NORWICH – Since Superior Ambulance pulled out of Chenango County, the City of Norwich Common Council has been discussing the number of runs their ambulances make outside of th... read more...


Sports

Six local athletes earn state bids

Evening Sun Report Track and Field VESTAL – Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton moved four athletes on to the New York State Track and Field Championships at Thursday's Section IV... read more...


Norwich quartet moving on to states

VESTAL - Norwich's brilliantly talented quartet of lightning-quick ladies will take a school record with them as they move on to the Division II New York State Track and Field... read more...


Case resigns from Greene post

GREENE – Bill Case, the winningest girls’ basketball coach in Chenango County history, announced his resignation from the Greene Trojans varsity team this week after telling h... read more...


Community

Sew Nice opens ‘Men’s Only’ Quilt Show today

NORWICH – Who said men can’t quilt? Sew Nice, a fabric and sewing outlet in Norwich’s North Plaza, is celebrating its third anniversary with a “Men’s Only” Quilt Show from 10... read more...


Opinion

Voters rewrite the political playbook

What a season! Even as many Americans heave huge sighs of relief that it’s finally over, no one can argue this primary campaign hasn’t been exciting, not to mention instructiv... read more...


Entertainment

Folk-rocker Dan Bern at the Earlville Opera House Saturday

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House welcomes folk-rock troubadour, Dan Bern, with his biting humor and intelligence at 8 p.m. on Saturday.  Bern is one of a generation of gr... read more...


BOCES students put on a parade of hovercrafts

NORWICH – Students from the DCMO BOCES Chenango campus rode hovercrafts in the new gym on May 30. The students built five hovercrafts as part of a hands-on science and math pr... read more...


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