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Police looking for McDonald’s burglar who stole nothing but a bite to eat

NORWICH – Police are searching for a man who broke into the Norwich McDonald’s in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Norwich City Police Chief Joseph Angelino said the suspe... read more...


Youth recreation programs could be in jeopardy

NORWICH – Chenango County Youth Bureau Director Kathryn J. Clemens expressed concern that a proposed state funding formula linking the bureau to the county’s Social Services d... read more...


NBT announces record earnings in 2008

NORWICH – NBT Bancorp Inc. has reported net income for the year ended Dec. 31, 2008 of $58.4 million, up 15.9 percent or $8.1 million from 2007. This corresponds to a record d... read more...


Oxford scales back school project

OXFORD – It took a petition signed by more than 600 residents and two public meetings, but Oxford’s school board and administration have listened to their constituents. In re... read more...


Sports

S-E completes sweep of Cooperstown

Girls' Basketball Sherburne-Earlville 58, Cooperstown 37 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville completed its first regular season sweep of Cooperstown since joining Section III'... read more...


Community

Greene’s newest cop receives prestigious award at Academy graduation

GREENE – The Village of Greene’s newest police officer received an unexpected honor when he graduated from the Otsego County Law Enforcement Academy earlier this month. Office... read more...


Arbor Day Posters win awards from Tree Board

OXFORD – “Trees are Terrific… in Cities and Towns!” was the theme of the 2009 Arbor Day poster contest which students of Oxford Academy’s 5th grade recently participated in. T... read more...


Opinion

Cheers! New hopes for a new year

While our current Evening Sun reporters are working to bring you our Progress Chenango 2009 special sections this week, I’ve asked five of my favorite ES alumni to fill in as ... read more...


Entertainment

Local celebs “batter up” for a good cause

NORWICH – Local celebrities are dusting off their cookie sheets, tying on their aprons and stepping up to their batter bowls in support of The Children’s Center. Among those ... read more...


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