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Public sentiment clear at NYRI hearings

NORWICH – Area residents gathered in force at the Chenango County Council of the Arts in Norwich to voice their concerns to the Public Service Commission about the proposed 19... read more...


Grand Jury charges a total of 34 felonies

NORWICH – The Chenango County Grand Jury met this week to indict several people on felony charges, including one man on 10 counts of rape and others facing multiple drug felon... read more...


Board receives positive audit

NORWICH – The Norwich City School District Board of Education received the final edition of a 55-page audit at Tuesday night’s meeting. “All and all, for the area and some u... read more...


Norwich District Office prepares for move to new offices

NORWICH – The Norwich City School District will be in their newly completed office suite at the Middle School before Thanksgiving. Boxes line the hallways of the district’s c... read more...


Adult day care centers to close

NORWICH – Chenango County Area Agency on Aging adult day care centers in Norwich and Greene will close Nov. 14 after 14 years of service. According to AAA’s Director Debra Sa... read more...


Chenango budget has .01 percent increase

NORWICH – Chenango County’s financial leaders spent the last two weeks paring down previous budget estimates of a 2.2 percent increase on the levy to a mere .01 percent. Fin... read more...


City makes changes to charter

NORWICH – The regulations concerning the sale of city-owned property in the City of Norwich have been changed, allowing the city authority to negotiate during the sale. In 19... read more...


Sports

Keator shatters two NHS school records

OWEGO – Norwich senior swimmer Savanna Keator didn’t just break two school records at Wednesday’s Section IV Class B preliminary meet, she shattered them. Keator broke the 10... read more...


Trojans ready for first sectional final

Greene accomplished goal number four out of a preseason list of seven when it defeated Trumansburg last Saturday in the first round of the Section IV, Class C playoffs. Number... read more...


Greene field hockey team looks to set the tone

GREENE – Saturday is a big day for Greene sports, and the field hockey team can set the tone for the Trojans when they play Section III’s Liverpool in the Class A quarterfinal... read more...


Opinion

Political leanings

“Everyone knows The Evening Sun is a Republican newspaper.” “Your paper couldn’t be any more Democratic if it tried.” Two reader comments, as far apart on the right-left sca... read more...


Entertainment

S-E Drama Club presents “Life, Love and Everything in Between”

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne-Earlville Drama Club is at it again preparing their annual fall production consisting of an evening of one-act plays to be presented Nov. 14 & 15 tit... read more...


The Molly MacMillan Trio will ‘Jazz it up’ at 6OTS

OXFORD – Saturday at 7:30 p.m, the cool sounds of classical jazz will heat up 6 On The Square (6OTS) with The Molly MacMillan Jazz Trio! Ithaca-based musicians, Molly MacMilla... read more...


Otselic Valley explores racial tensions in “To Kill a Mockingbird”

SOUTH OTSELIC – You might think it would be difficult for students in an all-white cast to take on the racial issues and tensions portrayed in Harper Lee’s classic “To Kill a ... read more...


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