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Relay for Life fights back against cancer

NORWICH – The Chenango County Relay for Life begins tonight at the fairgrounds, and while the event will provide an array of fun games, activities and entertainment, it will a... read more...


Special gas committee formed

NORWICH – Chenango County lawmakers this week finally decided to create a special committee that would monitor natural gas exploration and drilling and focus on the county’s r... read more...


500-plus to attend Lobsterfest Sunday

NORWICH – More than 500 people from around the region are expected to attend the Chenango County Republican Committee’s annual Lobsterfest fundraiser Sunday, organizers say. ... read more...


Sports

What’s in a nickname?

I was reading a synopsis of the history of Gus Macker’s tournament last week on Macker’s official website. Tournament founder Scott McNeal put together a 3-on-3 hoops tourname... read more...


Sherburne uses fast start to roll past Norwich

Evening Sun Report Otsenango Pony League Baseball Sherburne 20, Norwich II 4 NORWICH – Sherburne erupted for seven runs in the second inning to coast to a blowout victo... read more...


Community

Last day at The Evening Sun ...

The Evening Sun news crew bids a fond farewell to reporter Mike McGuire today – he’s leaving Norwich for New Orleans. From left: Melissa deCordova, Jill Kraft, Mike McGuire, J... read more...


Chenango Rivers Workcamp teaches valuable lessons

NEW BERLIN – Hopefully the 400 students camping out at Unadilla Valley school for the past week have learned the value of community service before they head home Saturday, dir... read more...


Opinion

Religious squabbles generate much heat, little light

By Gene Lyons People act oddly during times of political uncertainty. Even so, I’ve been surprised lately to find myself agreeing with the perennially aggrieved William A. ... read more...


Entertainment

Free weekend concerts in LaFayette Park

OXFORD – In honor of the Village of Oxford Bicentennial Celebration, 6 On The Square (6OTS) is proud to present two free concerts of historic songs with regional themes to be ... read more...


Earlville Opera House co-sponsors Osubi Craig & the Prophecy Music Project at the Hamilton Music Mix

HAMILTON – On Sunday at 1 p.m., join Osubi Craig & the Prophecy Music Project on the Village Green in Hamilton exploring the traditional music and dance of West Africa.  The c... read more...


Chenango musician goes digital with an Internet release

 McDONOUGH – Chenango County musician Tom Rasely has released his latest album this week, but not in the way that most people are used to. “Shifting Sands,” a new collection o... read more...


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