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Construction moves forward despite tension on job site

GUILFORD – Despite inclement weather and tension at the construction site of Guilford’s new Town Hall and Highway Garage, the project’s progress is still on track. “It’s comi... read more...


Governor grants release of felon in Norwich 2000 homicide

ALBANY – New York Governor David Paterson commuted the 15-year prison sentence of a woman convicted of participating in the Norwich robbery and murder of Edward Pastore, Jr. ... read more...


County fills facilities position

NORWICH – A new director of facilities was recommended to the Chenango County Board of Supervisors this morning for consideration. The Agriculture, Buildings & Grounds Commit... read more...


Sports

Clark a big cog in Norwich’s success

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor pnewell@evesun.com Seton Catholic Central’s bulky senior forward, Dan Gosney, drove like a freight train to the hoop in the second half ... read more...


Opinion

A hard year ahead

Here’s a New Year’s resolution that can be summed up in two words: Fight hunger. The economic crisis is crushing the ability of many parents to feed their children. Donations... read more...


The parrot and the tiger

There was a narrow closet in my parents’ bedroom in the big house in Glencoe; in that closet were stacks of crisply laundered shirts fresh from the dry cleaner. Each shirt was... read more...


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