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Sheriff trying to help jailed 85-year-old

NORWICH – An 85-year-old nursing home resident suffering from mental illness has been locked up at the county jail since Oct. 3, and while the Sheriff says it’s not his respo... read more...


Supervisor calls Bounty program 'pork'

NORWICH – At least one county supervisor objected to the presentation last week of $12,500 to a mobile farmer’s market project, calling it a pork, (or in this case, vegetable)... read more...


Board looks for help working together

NORWICH – The Norwich City School Board apparently wants to turn over a new leaf. In an effort to become more focused as a team on the district’s pressing issues, board membe... read more...


Delays in murder cases granted at request of defense

NORWICH – Two homicide cases in Chenango County Court have been postponed at the request of the defense. The court reported that the sentencing of Peter M. Wlasiuk will be at... read more...


Sports

Raiders dominate in playoff opener; Greene advances

Evening Sun Report Boys’ Soccer G-MU 5, Downsville 0 COPES CORNERS – G-MU easily handled Downsville in a non-league matchup earlier this season, and with the stakes muc... read more...


Community

Local students reach for the stars in special science program

NORWICH – Area third graders had a unique opportunity to learn about science and astronomy last week when educators from the Kopernik Observatory in Vestal set up shop at Perr... read more...


Catholic Charities raises money with scrap metal

NORWICH – Looking for a way to dispose of old washers, dryers, refrigerators and scrap metal without paying for it? Catholic Charities could provide the solution to your probl... read more...


Opinion

Shayne on You: Stick with the good hair day

Dear Maggie, I recently dressed up for a Halloween party, and as part of my costume, I wore long hair extensions that matched my natural color. No, really. It is my natural c... read more...


Entertainment

Pumpkin Festival picks T-shirt winner

Over 100 entries were received for the Norwich Pumpkin Festival’s T-shirt design contest. The winning design was drawn by Faith Lee Hendricks of Norwich. Hendricks, who is hom... read more...


Greene plans Halloween dance

GREENE – The Village of Greene will host their 22nd Annual Halloween Dance on October 31. This year, organizers have decided to combine the event with a canned food drive to b... read more...


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