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Evening Sun reporters go ghost hunting

On a dark, cold October night, four Evening Sun reporters went out in search of Chenango’s most haunted places. In the spirit of Halloween, they investigated local history and... read more...


Farm Bureau solidifies stance on natural gas, NYRI at annual meeting

COVENTRY – Tuesday night’s inclement weather didn’t deter members of the Chenango County Farm Bureau from meeting to discuss the past, current and future initiatives for the a... read more...


Tips for a safe, fun Halloween

NORWICH – Area police agencies would like to remind Halloween Night trick-or-treaters, as well as their parents and motorists, to keep safety in mind when heading out tonight... read more...


City adjusts senior property tax exemption levels

NORWICH – Senior property tax exemption levels in the City of Norwich hadn’t been increased since 1994, and every year, as Social Security would increase by a small percentage... read more...


Nornew seeks joint venture to develop Marcellus

OSLO, NORWAY – Norse Energy Corp. announced on Oct. 22 that its U.S. subsidiary, Nornew, Inc., has retained Jefferies Randall & Dewey in the formation of a joint venture to de... read more...


Sports

Oxford ends on a high note

NEW BERLIN – In a season filled with more lows than highs, Oxford coach Mike Chrystie told his players – particularly the seniors – that they will always remember winning thei... read more...


Greene takes top seed and favorite’s role into playoff game

As we move into week nine of the regular season, only one football team – Greene – has the opportunity to play beyond this weekend. The Trojans completed a perfect 8-0 regula... read more...


Milford Academy homecoming on Saturday

NEW BERLIN – Milford Academy's Falcons, after an eight-week road trip, return home Saturday for homecoming weekend when it hosts Erie Community College at 5 p.m. at Fish Field... read more...


Norwich finishes strong

NORWICH - Playing its most complete game of the season, Norwich rushed for a season-high 314 yards, and rolled to a 30-0 shutout of Susquehanna Valley Friday night. Tyler Sla... read more...


Community

Warburton’s third book is a charm

Mc DONOUGH – The new Calvary Community Center and McDonough Library hosted a presentation Oct. 17 of author Dustin Warburton and two illustrators, Jon Ed Bonfed and Ryan Paul ... read more...


Opinion

The milk of human kindness

Often in my travels about town I’m asked, “What can Organization X do to get more/better coverage in your paper?” The answer is simple, but often taken as glib. “Say please an... read more...


Entertainment

Rod Picott and Amanda Shires perform in Oxford Saturday

OXFORD – On Saturday, at 7:30 p.m, 6 On The Square (6OTS) welcomes Rod Picott and Amanda Shires back to their stage. Recently returned from a European tour, Rod and Amanda wil... read more...


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