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Teen walks away from serious accident

NORWICH – A teen driver lost control of his parents’ car Thursday while going around a sharp turn, causing the vehicle he was driving to become airborne as it tumbled down an ... read more...


New Berlin supervisor blasts county board for inaction on compulsory integration order

NORWICH – An uncharacteristically lengthy discussion of natural gas issues capped February’s meeting of the Chenango County Board of Supervisors this week. A discussion of co... read more...


Calling all non-profits: Youth Philanthropists extend grant deadline

NORWICH – Local non-profit organizations hoping to secure a portion of the $10,000 Norwich High School’s Youth Philanthropy Council will be awarding this year will have a few ... read more...


Sherburne to sell water for drilling

SHERBURNE – The Village of Sherburne plans to sell up to 100,000 gallons of water per day to Norse Energy, Inc. in what Mayor William Acee described as “a tightly written cont... read more...


Sports

Oxford recognizes senior ball players

On a night where Oxford clinched its fourth straight MAC Division II title, the Blackhawks honored their six outgoing senior basketball players. Seniors kneeling from the lef... read more...


Athlete of the Week: Greg DuVall: Bigger, stronger... and better

Sherburne-Earlville junior wrestler Greg DuVall knew right away that he needed to make some changes. A two-time sectional wrestling champion in eighth and ninth grade, DuVall ... read more...


Boise scores 34 at S-E knocks off Westmoreland

Boys’ Basketball Sherburne-Earlville 61, Westmoreland 59 WESTMORELAND – Sean Boise scored a career-high 34 points, and S-E (10-8) rallied on the road to hand Westmoreland ... read more...


Dolphins’ 8-and-under girls win district championship

NORWICH – The Norwich YMCA Dolphins, hosts of this year’s district championships last weekend, had 26 individual swimmers come away with top-three finishes, and the 8-and-unde... read more...


Community

Benefit to be held for family touched by tragedy

NORWICH – A benefit to help a former Norwich resident, whose wife of six years was killed unexpectedly in a Dec. 12 thruway accident, will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. Feb. 21 at ... read more...


Opinion

A picture is worth this many words

After last week’s tirade about faxes and my love for modern technology, I thought an appropriate follow up, education wise, would be photos and how we use them at The Evening ... read more...


Entertainment

Manhattan String Quartet comes to Norwich next weekend

NORWICH –The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces the first performance in its third Chamber Music Series. The Manhattan String Quartet will perform in the... read more...


Live National Theater highlights baseball legend

HAMILTON – “After the game, Jackie Robinson came into our clubhouse and shook my hand ... I thought that was a classy gesture …. What meant even more was what Jackie told the ... read more...


DVD Patrol: Romantic movie roundup

There may have been a time when we’ve gone to the movie theater to enjoy some kind of romantic movie with our special someone or that person that will become our significant o... read more...


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