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Fire claims Norwich home

NORWICH – A home in the Town of Norwich went up in flames Friday afternoon and was completely destroyed. At about 2:30 p.m., the Norwich Fire Department responded to a traile... read more...


More than a year later, Jewish Center’s internal devastation serves as reminder of hate crime

NORWICH – Glass shards still occasionally poke up through the well-worn floor boards, intricate cabinetry shelving and sweeping staircase risers at the Norwich Jewish Center m... read more...


Greene police chief decides against run for sheriff

GREENE – A seventy-year-old federal law, originally intended to prohibit federal employees from misusing the authority of their office for political gain, will prevent at leas... read more...


Bank robbery suspect turns himself into police

EDMESTON – The man sought by the New York State Police in connection to an Edmeston bank robbery turned himself in Saturday to law enforcement. Police had released his photogr... read more...


CDO Workforce Career Expo June 9

NORWICH – Job seekers will have a chance to meet face to face with prospective employers at an upcoming Career Expo hosted by the CDO Workforce Center. The event will be held ... read more...


No parking stickers for employees

NORWICH – Making Chenango County government employees put parking permits on their vehicles to prevent misuse of public parking spaces in front of the County Office Building p... read more...


Sports

G-MU avenges loss

Evening Sun Report Baseball G-MU 10, Hancock 3 HANCOCK – G-MU avenged a loss to the last team to defeat it, and moved into the Section IV, Class D semifinals with a vic... read more...


Community

Class of 2010 crowns prom court

Norwich High School held its Class of 2010 Prom Saturday night. Crowned to the court were, from left: 4th runners up Robert Harris and Molly Flanagan; 3rd runners up Josh Borf... read more...


“Girls On The Run:” A winning course in Oxford

OXFORD – What would you say to a program that would help preteen girls to see through sexist advertising, make them feel good about themselves and be more health conscious, bo... read more...


Youth Bureau announces summer programs

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Youth Bureau has announced some of the programs it will be holding this summer. All of the programs are open to youth in the City of Norwich, T... read more...


Opinion

Just suppose ...

Just suppose we had no global warming. Just suppose that if we had warming, or virtually any climate change, it was caused all or mostly by the sun. Not by humans. Just suppo... read more...


Keep drug dealers out of schools

Each day when parents send their children off to school they worry about many things.  Do they have their lunch?  Have they finished their homework?  Are they ready for their ... read more...


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