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City faces replacing water filter plant

NORWICH – Tougher drinking water standards would require the city to build a new multi-million dollar filter plant in the next five to ten years, a city official confirmed Thu... read more...


Oxford capital project passes with narrow margin

OXFORD – After 2 1/2 years of planning and several trips back to the drawing board, the Oxford Academy and Central School District has received the approval of its residents t... read more...


Tasmanian band tearing up local scene

NEW BERLIN – From the Australian outback of Tasmania, a group of culturally-inspired musicians will now add Unadilla Valley to their roster of adventures which includes London... read more...


23rd annual Greene Applefest this weekend

GREENE – Saturday’s forecast calls for a mild day with highs in the mid-60s. That’s good news for the organizers of the Greene Apple Fest, which is expected to draw roughly 10... read more...


Committee reccommends more money for Chamber

NORWICH – Chenango County is poised to step in and fill a $75,000 hole left when New York State pulled back its Empire State Development funding this year. Acting on a referr... read more...


City seeking sidewalk replacement requests

NORWICH – City homeowners wanting new sidewalks can add their names to next year’s replacement program now. Those interested can contact Norwich Development Specialist Todd D... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: B-G feeding off Pepper

Tim Mattingly recently met with a teacher in the Bainbridge-Guilford school district, and that teacher told Mattingly of a special connection she had witnessed between a star ... read more...


Grid Forecast: Unatego coach has unique perspective

Art Rigas of Unatego has been in the unique position of coaching against two premier Class C schools over the last two weeks. Such is the nature of Section IV’s Division V th... read more...


Point/Counterpoint: Does Herschel Walker have a career in MMA?

The Evening Sun’s staff, while friendly and professional in the newsroom, often times (making that most of the time) will disagree on the issues of the day. While we could sav... read more...


Community

Former NFL player speaks at S-E

SHERBURNE – Tim Green, author, lawyer and former Atlanta Falcons football player, will stress the importance of reading this morning to approximately 600 Sherburne/Earlvlle Mi... read more...


Opinion

The perils of moderation

A Republican politician who inherited a family tradition of moderation was fuming with frustration: “What a crazy place Congress is! My wonderful dad has to be turning over in... read more...


Entertainment

“Talley’s Folly” runs Sept. 25 - Oct. 18 at Chenango River Theatre 

GREENE – Closing Chenango River Theatre’s highly successful third season is Lanford Wilson’s acclaimed romantic masterpiece, “Talley’s Folly.”  One of America’s best known pla... read more...


Hamilton theater presents "The Palace Briefs"

HAMILTON – The Palace Players, Hamilton’s new community theater, present their first production, “The Palace Briefs, 6 One-Acts-Original and Not-So-Original.” The show is Satu... read more...


“Chenango Guitar Heroes” concert tomorrow

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts in Norwich announces “Chenango Guitar Heroes,” featuring Tom Rasely, Ron Palmer and Mark Sherwood, and the Eric Porter Trio o... read more...


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