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Police: Wlasiuk changed his story

NORWICH – The police officer who was assigned to Peter M. Wlasiuk on the night his wife Patricia died testified in court Thursday that Wlasiuk changed some of his story from t... read more...


Seismic testing a concern?

NORWICH – A private landowner informed Chenango County officials in late July that he would start litigation against the county for conspiracy to allow trespass if companies a... read more...


Crouch addresses budget cuts, natural gas concerns in Guilford

GUILFORD – Assemblyman Clifford Crouch addressed concerns about state budget cuts and natural gas drilling at a Town of Guilford board meeting earlier this week. “I thank the... read more...


Bush held over for grand jury

NORWICH – A Norwich man accused of shooting at two others in an alcohol-fueled disagreement last Friday night appeared in City Court Thursday. Lee M. Bush, 49, appeared befor... read more...


Sports

Tornado face improved Waverly team tonight

Waverly tried to beat Chenango Forks at its own game, and it almost worked. The Wolverines (0-1), who surged to their first playoff appearance this decade last season, droppe... read more...


S-E, Greene notch field hockey wins

Evening Sun Reports Field Hockey Sherburne-Earlville 3, Sauquoit Valley 1 SAUQUOIT – Sherburne-Earlville rebounded from a league loss earlier in the week to beat Sauquo... read more...


Another thriller for the Tornado

Norwich is making the comeback victory an art form after a second straight fourth-quarter rally. Tim Clark's 11-yard TD pass to David Carson with 39 seconds left gave Norwich ... read more...


Community

Red Cross hosts Community Preparedness Day

NORWICH – Are you prepared for a disaster? That’s the question that the Southern Tier Chapter of the Red Cross wants families to ask themselves, and if the answer is no, this ... read more...


Opinion

All of the above

This election is dead even, but the track ahead hides many potholes and pitfalls. One misstep or outside event – a factor that’s not even visible or predictable now – could de... read more...


Entertainment

Art exhibit opens tonight

Artwork from residents of local skilled nursing and residential care facilities will be showcased at the Chenango County Council of the Arts as part of Still Creating: The Art... read more...


EOH hosts Irish musicians this weekend

EARVILLE – The Earlville Opera House welcomes SLIDE (Ireland), hailing from Dublin, with their lively Irish tunes on Saturday at 8 p.m.  This performance is sponsored by WAER ... read more...


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