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NYRI application ruled complete by Public Service Commission

ALBANY – A ruling by the Public Service Commission means the clock is now clicking on NYRI. The PSC issued a letter of compliance dated Thursday deeming the Article VII applic... read more...


Knapp speaks out on the unraveling of his NHS tenure

NORWICH – School starts in just one week, and while most building administrators are finishing preparations for the upcoming year, there is a notable absence at the Norwich Hi... read more...


Change of venue denied in Wlasiuk retrial

ALBANY – A state court has denied a change of venue motion made by the defense in the Peter M. Wlasiuk murder retrial. The State of New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division... read more...


Norwich School District releases Notice of Claim

NORWICH – In response to a request made by The Evening Sun under the Freedom of Information Law, the Norwich City School District released a copy of the notice of claim filed ... read more...


Sports

The problem is habitat, not deer

In case you weren't aware, last June the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court rejected the preliminary objections of the PA Game Commission (PGC) and granted the Unified Sportsmen ... read more...


Community

United Way volunteers excited about year’s campaign

CHENANGO COUNTY – Approximately 23 community volunteers filled a conference room at Norwich Pharmaceuticals Friday for a training session for the United Way’s Employee Campai... read more...


Punching the Clock: Horsing around

Every day I drive past the 327 acres that make up Rhapsody Farm, but until last week, I had no idea what kind of work goes into training and selling the Thoroughbred horses, m... read more...


Opinion

Sam’s Chickadees Leave the Nest

I left home when I was eighteen years old. I had the electricity of youth agitating through my veins, and a misguided compass in my brain telling me that Polar North was New Y... read more...


Entertainment

Artist finds a breath of fresh air in Chenango

By Katherine Waters Sun Staff Intern NORWICH – Yonkers wildlife artist Raymond Sahtila recently moved to Norwich for some fresh air, a new perspective and the opportunity to... read more...


Colorscape honors 'emerging artists'

NEW BERLIN – Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival is pleased to announce the award of the “Francis K. Wilcox Scholarship for Emerging Young Artists” to high school students Jessi... read more...


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