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Bullthistle Rags presents 19th century weavings

NORWICH – Kathryn McMahon, economic developer and fiber artist for Bullthistle Rags Enterprises, believes her community workshop, which is sponsored by Opportunities For Chena... read more...


Jerry Weaver, longtime Evening Sun writer, mourned

NORWICH – Jerry Weaver of Norwich championed and scrutinized agriculture in Chenango County for The Evening Sun for nearly half a century. He anchored the paper weekly from t... read more...


BOCES expands adult ed program into Eaton Center

NORWICH – High unemployment means that continuing education classes are in high demand. So high in fact that DCMO BOCES will soon be opening a satellite campus at the Eaton Ce... read more...


Residents have until Dec. 31 to comment on DEC drilling regs

ALBANY – The Dec. 31 deadline is fast approaching for individuals wishing to comment on the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s regulatory plan for drill... read more...


Four arrested on welfare fraud charges

NORWICH – Investigators arrested four people last week for unrelated welfare crimes, allegeding they stole nearly $14,000 from social aid programs designed to help the less fo... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: G-MU’s Barnes making everyone better

Here’s a quick question for those who keep tabs on the local basketball scene: What player, boy or girl, is the only one averaging 20 or more points a game this season? Unle... read more...


S-E beats Waterville behind Irwin’s career high

Girls’ Basketball S-E 57, Waterville 46 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville went to junior forward Bridget Irwin time and again in the fourth quarter, and Waterville was unab... read more...


Community

Norwich Schools, The Place team up for Holiday Clothing Drive

NORWICH – With just a few days left of their annual Holiday Clothing Drive, the Norwich City School District and The Place are scrambling to fill the needs of local families... read more...


“One Song” project released today

NORWICH – Where would you have to go to see your friends and neighbors from all over Chenango County singing “Amazing Grace”? The answer is: Youtube. McDonough-based musicia... read more...


Opinion

So long, Jerry

Jerry Weaver, longtime Evening Sun city editor and farm reporter, passed away today. RIP. I Tweeted that Thursday afternoon as soon as I read the e-mail from Doug Wilson te... read more...


Entertainment

Stone Row releases debut CD; guitarist formerly of Oxford

BUFFALO – Stone Row, a contemporary Celtic/world music ensemble, officially released their debut album, Alignment, on Friday, Dec. 11, at the Buffalo Irish Center in South B... read more...


The Clancy Legacy Celtic Christmas Concert comes to Earlville

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House presents The Clancy Legacy Celtic Christmas Concert on Saturday, Dec. 19 at the Catherine Cummings Theater in Cazenovia at 4 p.m. This w... read more...


Holiday music by the Dady Bros. at 6 On The Square

OXFORD – Like mulled cider, sugar cookies, and singing carols, the Dady’s have become a holiday tradition at 6 On The Square (6OTS)! Join everybody’s favorite Irish duo this S... read more...


“Winter with the Wolves” event this weekend

SMYRNA – The Wolf Mountain Nature Center is holding their “Winter with the Wolves” community event on Dec. 19 and 20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Wolf Mountain Nature Center ... read more...


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