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Thrift shops expect increase due to closing of Salvation Army

NORWICH – The departure of the Salvation Army Thrift Store from downtown Norwich leaves not only another vacant storefront on South Broad Street, but also a growing number of ... read more...


Man charged in Norwich shooting gets a year in jail

NORWICH – A man arrested for firing his shotgun at two others during an alcohol-fueled dispute pleaded guilty to an endangerment felony in court Monday and was sentenced to on... read more...


YMCA announces summer pre-school program

NORWICH – On Monday, the YMCA will begin a summer program targeted at children between the ages of three and five. The pre-school program will provide fun activities and pre-s... read more...


Sports

Prolonged Spring-like weather good for anglers

Thanks to an abnormally wet and cool month of June, the prospects for enjoying some excellent fishing well into the normally slow weeks of summer look very good this year. Thi... read more...


Oxford takes 8-7 victory over Sherburne

Evening Sun Report Baseball OXFORD – Oxford improved to 2-1 on the season when Ryan Moore scored on a wild pitch in the 10th inning giving his team an 8-7 victory over S... read more...


Jack Jones elected to NYSPHSAA Hall of Fame

LATHAM, NY – The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) has announced the inductees for the Association’s Class of 2009 Hall of Fame.  The Hall of F... read more...


Community

Eighth graders graduate from Holy Family School

NORWICH – Last night, ten students graduated from 8th grade at Holy Family School. Front row: Kyle Tenney, Samantha Warner, Angelo Mirabito, Victoria Hutzley, Maisy French. Ba... read more...


Oxford Rotary plans July Fourth raffle

OXFORD – You may have seen June Phillips and Sandy Phetteplace, Oxford Rotary Club president, greeting people outside of the Clachan Coffee House recently, with information ab... read more...


Punching the Clock: The scent of office supplies in the morning

When I was a kid, my favorite time of year wasn’t Christmas. It was the week before school started up in the fall when you got to buy all of your school supplies for the next ... read more...


Oxford announces top seniors

OXFORD – Mrs. Christine Pierce, High School Principal, has announced the Valedictorian and Salutatorian at Oxford Academy & Central High School. Since Oxford traditionally hon... read more...


Opinion

The natural history of the soul

What follows is the first letter I received from my father after my brother, Michael, died. April 3, 1974 Dear Shelly, When nature has work to be done, she creat... read more...


A bit of history

I’ve always had a fascination with history. It was always one of my favorite subjects in school. I loved learning about ancient cultures and far-off lands. I was entranced by ... read more...


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