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Cashman to resign as OFC exec; taking position in Delaware County

NORWICH – Craig Cashman, executive director of Opportunities for Chenango for the past four years, is resigning next week to take another position with a non-profit agency in ... read more...


Largest penalty in state history levied against operator of illegal Afton mining operation

AFTON – The $400,000 judgment levied against those involved with an illegal Afton mining operation should serve as a warning to any who dare violate New York’s bluestone minin... read more...


October is Down syndrome awareness month

EDMESTON – Pathfinder Village is the only residential community devoted completely to aiding those with Down syndrome in the United States and the organization, along with oth... read more...


Contract not yet settled for county’s consultant to the gas industry

NORWICH – A conflict of interest issue has not stopped swirling around a consultant who was hired in mid-September to develop economic opportunities within the natural gas ind... read more...


Big M pursuing former Great American property in Sherburne

SHERBURNE – Big M Manager Jim Fowler said he hopes to complete the acquisition of the former Great American grocery store by the end of this month or in early November. “We h... read more...


Sports

Outdoor writers find Lake Placid ‘ablaze’

I know most everyone reading that title is thinking fall foliage, but in this case it was additionally a small smoky fire. It wasn’t really a fire or blaze per se, just a brie... read more...


Six inducted into Greater Norwich Golf Hall of Fame

PLYMOUTH – Six new members, three of them former ladies scratch club champions at Canasawacta Country Club, were inducted into the Greater Norwich Hall of Fame earlier this mo... read more...


Norwich edges Greene in ‘great meet’

Girls’ Swimming Norwich 94, Greene 89 GREENE – Greene won more of the battles, but it was Norwich that won the war. In a non-league meet between local rivals, Norwich use... read more...


Community

Norwich resident turns 101

Norwich Police Chief Joseph Angelino reads a mayoral proclamation recognizing the 101st birthday of Louise Elfeldt Tuesday. Louise has been a resident of the Chenango Valley H... read more...


Guilford historical society receives Preserve New York grant

MT. UPTON – The Guilford hamlet of Rockwell’s Mills is a step closer to being added to the National Register of Historic Places thanks to the continued hard work and dedicatio... read more...


Opinion

On the subject of nicknames ...

Things can get punchy in The Evening Sun newsroom around two or three in the afternoon. By then we’ve all been at it for 7 or 8 hours, and are trying to eke out that last bit ... read more...


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