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Pomeranian case back in Greene court

GREENE – The Brooklyn man from whom 76 dogs were seized in October said he felt like he’d been “living with a sword over his head” because of the pressure of keeping the dogs ... read more...


Delegates visit local schools for FFA Week

NEW BERLIN – This is National FFA Week across the country, and two area schools hosted delegates from the national and state organization Thursday. “Communicate – show people... read more...


Paterson proposal could freeze taxes paid to towns for state lands

CHENANGO COUNTY – A proposal in New York State Governor David Paterson’s budget calling for a freeze on tax payments for state-owned lands would have “a devastating effect” on... read more...


Supervisor aims for better parking at county office building

NORWICH – A lack of designated parking for the public in front of the Chenango County Office Building has become a pet peeve of the supervisor from Lincklaen and, as chairman ... read more...


DSS faces shortfall under Paterson budget

NORWICH – If Governor David Paterson’s proposed 2009 budget passes through in the spring, Department of Social Services Commissioner Bette Osborne said Chenango County will lo... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: UV’s Peet peaking at the right time

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor pnewell@evesun.com NEW BERLIN – Even when he was winning his first Section IV title a year ago as a sophomore, Unadilla Valley wrestler ... read more...


College sports briefs

Boeltz receives postseason honors ONEONTA – Sophomore women’s volleyball player, Megan Boeltz (Greene), was recently named an All-SUNYAC second team player, and was also se... read more...


Community

Earlville’s First Baptist welcomes new pastor

EARLVILLE – In 2008, Earlville’s First Baptist Church found itself in need of an interim pastor. Jeremy Stopford, a Norwich resident and former pastor of the Beaver Meadow Chr... read more...


Opinion

Praising the president’s friends

Let us now praise five Republicans who are placing the country’s economic interests ahead of their party’s political interests. The list includes two governors, Charlie Crist ... read more...


Entertainment

KidsArt celebrates 16 years at the Earlville Opera House

EARLVILLE – Spring is just around the corner, but the Earlville Opera House is already bursting with color and fun in the West Gallery. Celebrating sixteen years in 2009, the ... read more...


‘Barrage’ comes to Norwich next weekend

NORWICH – Barrage – A high-octane string group that features an international, multi-talented cast performing an eclectic mix of music, song and dance brings its show to The C... read more...


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