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P&C to stay open

NORWICH – Tops Markets announced today that it will retain the local P&C and all its associates, after nearly two months of store evaluations. Tops Markets acquired the major... read more...


Sheriff’s Office honors their own

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office singled out the “above and beyond” contributions of employees at its 18th Annual Award Ceremony honoring patrol, corrections an... read more...


Sex crime and knife assault top grand jury cases

NORWICH – A Chenango County grand jury met last week and indicted nine people, including several high-level felonies for sex crimes and assault. At the proceedings, the Dis... read more...


15 Norwich teachers told jobs in jeopardy

NORWICH – Superintendent Gerard O’Sullivan confirmed Monday that a total of 13 full-time teachers and two part-time teachers had been informed on Friday that their positions w... read more...


Sports

Norwich athlete breaks record

Norwich eighth-grade student, Matt Murray, placed second in the 7th-8th grade 400-meter dash this past weekend at the National Scholastic Indoor Track and Field Championships... read more...


Oxford wins boy's volleyball title

BAINBRIDGE – Oxford’s boys, already with a Midstate Athletic Conference basketball title in the books for 2010, added the varsity volleyball title this past weekend defeating ... read more...


Community

Norwich’s Catholic parishes separate once again

NORWICH – Another chapter in the history of the Catholic community of Norwich was written over the weekend as the parish and finance councils of St. Bartholomew’s and St. Paul... read more...


Purple Pride: Purple Tornado whips up school spirit

This week is dedicated to school spirit at Norwich High School, but it certainly isn’t the only time of the year when the school’s students show their Purple Pride. Anyone who... read more...


The Evening Sun celebrates its 119th anniversary

The staff of The Evening Sun recently gathered in the Borden Avenue pressroom to mark the newspaper's founding on March 16, 1891. Back row: Jeff Smith, Tim Ryan, Marty Conklin... read more...


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