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Pathfinder Village receives $1 million gift

EDMESTON –The Pathfinder Village celebrated its 30th Anniversary this weekend with the announcement of a $1 million gift to assist the organization in its care of elders with ... read more...


BOCES, SkillsUSA, lead one student to Washington

NORWICH – Norwich High School senior and second year BOCES student Nathaniel Perry said he’s found his time in the Career Technical Education (CTE) program a unique and positi... read more...


First Baptist Church hosts convention this weekend

NORWICH – American Baptists from parishes throughout New York will participate in a convention and biennial meeting beginning Sunday, Oct. 10 and concluding Tuesday, Oct. 12 a... read more...


Lawmakers discuss upgrading Brisben refuse station

NORWICH – Chenango County’s Brisben Refuse Transfer Station could be upgraded with a new waste containment building similar to the one in use at the North Norwich Transfer Sta... read more...


Sports

G-MU ties Edmeston, 1-1

Boys’ Soccer G-MU 1, Edmeston 1 (OT) COPES CORNER – G-MU played to its third tie this season when Edmeston’s Chris Simmons netted the tying goal at 26:06 of the second hal... read more...


Milford Academy improves to 5-1

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Milford Academy scored with its special teams, its defense, and its offense improving to 5-1 overall with a 39-20 win over Yale University’s junior varsity ... read more...


Ski Club holding informational meeting

 NORWICH – The Norwich Ski Club will hold an informational meeting on Monday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. at Garf’s Deli in Norwich.   Skiers and snowboarders of all abilities are welc... read more...


Community

Pumpkin Season

Don Stanton poses with some of the pumpkins for sale at his family’s North Norwich farm stand Tuesday.... read more...


A first place finish for the Purple Tornado Marching Band

NORWICH – The 60 members of the NHS Purple Tornado Marching Band earned their first top finish of the 2010 New York State Field Band Competition last weekend in Auburn, follow... read more...


Opinion

The truth is ... out there

Several news reports in the past couple of months have focused on a number of issues which have interested me for years, namely the possibilities of extraterrestrial life, UFO... read more...


Entertainment

Ghastly Ghost Stories -- Mother's Voice

Just when you thought it was safe to open the newspaper, it’s the return of ... Ghastly Ghost Stories! Want to scare the wits out of your fellow Evening Sun readers? Ent... read more...


NHS announces spring musical, “The Phantom of the Opera”

NORWICH – Mark Sands, Norwich High School musical director announced that this year’s spring production will be Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera.” Now the all time ... read more...


NHS announces spring musical

NORWICH – Mark Sands, Norwich High School musical director announced that this year’s spring production will be Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera.” Now the all time ... read more...


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