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Catholic Charities hosts tri-county domestic violence training

NORWICH – Representatives from Chenango, Broome and Otsego county agencies gathered Wednesday for a training session at Catholic Charities of Chenango County. The primary focu... read more...


Adults may no longer get free shots from Public Health

NORWICH – Chenango County’s $250,000 annual vaccination program is under the microscope, as officials described tentative plans this week to discontinue offering free shots to... read more...


Commissioner: More staff needed for county’s child protective services

NORWICH – The number of ongoing child protective services cases are exceeding the time limits mandated by New York State and could put Chenango County into a liable situation,... read more...


Guernsey Library director's spending questioned

The director of the Guernsey Memorial Library in Norwich, Melanie Battoe, allegedly made nearly $15,000 in questionable purchases for restaurant meals, groceries, beverages an... read more...


Sports

Norwich wins Oneonta title

Pictured are members of the Norwich 14-and-under softball team that captured the Oneonta Summer League title at Neawah Park in Oneonta. In the front from the left are Morgan L... read more...


Some top local waters for good August fishing

Despite August not being one of the better months to catch fish, it's often the time when people and families take time off or vacations. And a popular outdoor activity for ma... read more...


Marchant honored at Empire State Games

Evening Sun Report BINGHAMTON – Retired Norwich teacher and swimming coach Rick Marchant added to an already prolific collection of Empire State Games medals last week at B... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Running with wolves

Katherine Waters Sun Staff Intern It was a mistake for my parents to bring me to a pet store and expect me to walk out without a puppy. Who could possibly resist two brown e... read more...


Camp Thompson marks 40th summer

By Katherine Waters Sun Staff Intern SMYRNA – This summer marks the 40th anniversary of the Norwich Family YMCA’s day camp at Camp Thompson in Smyrna. Camp Thompson organiz... read more...


Opinion

The Fairy God Librarian

I was drowsing in a stuffy old armchair beside my window when I hear a sharp crack, as if something had grabbed onto either side of reality and ripped it apart. My eyes popp... read more...


Entertainment

Rare car latest addition to museum collection

NORWICH – The latest addition to the new Nifty Fifties exhibit at the Northeast Classic Car Museum is a rare 1954 Kaiser-Darrin sports car, on loan from Norm Oliver of Niagara... read more...


“Living Willow Book” unveiled Friday

NORWICH – The public is cordially invited to the celebration of the 26th anniversary of Guernsey Memorial Park (behind the Library) in Norwich on Friday from noon to 1 p.m. T... read more...


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