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Gillibrand pushes legislation to help dairy industry, protect consumers

WASHINGTON, DC – New York’s freshman senator is pushing two pieces of legislation which she believes will not only provide a boost for the state’s struggling dairy farmers, bu... read more...


Legislation providing relief for seniors backed by Schumer

ALBANY – Despite its being recently rejected by the Senate, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer continued to back legislation that would benefit senior citizens, who saw no cost o... read more...


PC, network support company offers new services

NEW BERLIN – PC and network support company NetTech has announced its launch of a new computer repair service, available to home and business PC users. Remote PC Repair and S... read more...


Sports

Saints oust Norwich from Class B playoffs

BINGHAMTON – Not one person in the building at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena would have predicted a 34-point outing from Norwich’s prolific scoring offense Friday ... read more...


Community

Sherburne hosts St. Patrick's Parade

The Village of Sherburne hosted its annual St. Patrick's Parade on Sunday, March 7. For more of Frank Speziale's photos from the event, visit The Evening Sun on Facebook at ww... read more...


Opinion

What we don’t believe

If you support one party or another you may think these questions have something to do with party politics. They do not. First question: The President assures us his healthca... read more...


Point/Counterpoint: School aid cuts

Editor’s Note: Evening Sun reporters love to argue. Here, Tyler Murphy and Jeff Genung take opposing sides on the issue of school aid cuts in New York. The sides were chosen a... read more...


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