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Judge: Verdict in Ford case will come Thursday

NORWICH – The fate of accused murderer George Ford Jr. now rests in the hands of the bench trial’s sole juror, Broome County Judge Joseph Cawley, who told the court he’ll rend... read more...


Relay season begins again

CHENANGO COUNTY – Although snow is still on the ground and winter weather remains in the air, the time has come to begin preparations for the annual Chenango County Relay for ... read more...


Assessor wants reval to be “fair and equitable” for all

GREENE – Walk into the conference room outside assessor Gloria Micha’s second floor office and you’ll be greeted by a long table loaded with thick binders. In these volumes ar... read more...


New Berlin selling Fish Field to Milford Academy

NEW BERLIN – The New Berlin Village Board unanimously agreed to sell 10 acres of Fish Field to Milford Academy last week. The sports-oriented preparatory school intends to bui... read more...


County moves to extend 1 percent sales tax again

NORWICH – The wording of a resolution that would extend the county’s authority to impose the additional 1 percent sales tax for the public safety building project was debated... read more...


Sports

Norwich hosts STAC playoff tonight

NORWICH – Since getting a scare against Oneonta about 3 1/2 weeks ago, Norwich’s level of play has risen to the level of exquisite. The four wins ensuing an 69-62 overtime wi... read more...


Milford alumni among top NFL draft prospects

NEW BERLIN – Milford Academy’s best advertisement may well be the prominent alumni who will likely be high-level NFL draft picks this spring. Shonn Greene, University of Iowa... read more...


Community

Kids Care Club reaches out to Vets' Home residents

OXFORD – “I just thought it would be nice to help others,” said Norwich Middle school student Alyssa Huzinec. The eighth grader and 20 of her fellow students visited the New ... read more...


Healthy Heroes: Dr. Scott Cohen

In collaboration between the Chenango County Healthy Heart Coalition and The Evening Sun, we will be running a monthly series of articles on individuals in our community who e... read more...


Opinion

A culture of debt and bail-out

If we lived in a world stripped of religion and morality, we’d all be worshiping money. Many of us already do. And if you are not a follower of the materialism way of life, th... read more...


Entertainment

Tenney to lead Sherburne parade

SHERBURNE – The St. Patrick’s Parade Committee has chosen Robert Tenney of Sherburne as the Grand Marshal of this year’s parade. Tenney will be leading the wearing of the gree... read more...


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