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NHS stages "Oliver" this weekend

NORWICH – There’s an old adage in the art of acting that warns against sharing a scene with animals or children. While you won’t see any farm animals on stage this weekend, th... read more...


Village of Greene adopts 2009-10 budget

GREENE – The Village of Greene adopted a tentative budget for the 2009-10 fiscal year Wednesday night following a brief public hearing. The plan calls for a $2,297 increase in... read more...


Judge finds father not guilty of son’s crimes after trial

NORWICH – An Afton man was found not guilty of all the charges against him following a bench trial in Chenango County Court Wednesday. Curtis Snyder was arrested along with h... read more...


City works to replenish Emergency Home Repair funds

NORWICH – For several years, the City of Norwich has offered a little known program to help low-income home owners in need of emergency repairs. Now, in an effort to replenish... read more...


Stimulus makes its way to Chenango County coffers

NORWICH – Nearly $611,000 in federal medical assistance funding - part of President Obama’s stimulus package for states - has made its way to Chenango County. Department of ... read more...


Guernsey hires new director

NORWICH – The Guernsey Memorial Library has hired a new director. Sarah Wiggins, formerly of Pennsylvania, took over the post of Library Director on Monday. “We are pleased to... read more...


Sports

The DEC’s questionable ‘April 1 trout delivery’

I can’t resist starting this week’s column off with a “What were they thinking?” comment. This one involves DEC’s decision to stock trout in the Otselic River on April 1, the ... read more...


S-E rolls to non-league win over Norwich

Softball Sherburne-Earlville 15, Norwich 3 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville opened its season with a seven-run first, and went on to defeat Norwich in a non-league matchup ... read more...


Community

Habitat dedicates home in Greene

GREENE – “Yes they will know us!” These are some of the hymn lyrics sung in celebration on Saturday for the new homeowners at 7 Mill St. Chenango County Habitat for Humanity (... read more...


Area youth enjoy enrichment opportunities at BOCES

NORWICH – Delaware-Chenango-Madison-Otsego (DCMO) BOCES Enrichment Services has collaborated with a number of leading individuals and organizations in our communities to bring... read more...


Opinion

And bring all of your manuscripts with you

It was infinitely possible for me to leave home and become an adventuress, because I was so secure in the knowledge that my father would always be there for me, would always l... read more...


World Autism Awareness Day

The first piece I ever wrote for The Evening Sun, months before I actually worked for the paper, was an article on autism which appeared on the now-defunct family page. The ti... read more...


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