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Longtime Norwich dog control officer, parking cop retires

NORWICH – When Jeremy Stopford was first hired to be the City of Norwich’s special officer for dog control and parking more than 27 years ago, his starting pay was $4.43 an h... read more...


Local business celebrates 50 years of service

NORWICH – Hart’s Electrical Service will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a special customer appreciation day and Open House, to be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at ... read more...


Agro Farma, Norwich Jewish Center team up for food drive

NORWICH – Following its successful Giving to Goodwill Food Challenge – which challenged Gibson and Perry Browne Elementary students to collect non-perishable food items as the... read more...


Public hearing to address Rt. 12 rehabilitation project in Greene

GREENE – The New York State Department of Transportation will hold a second public hearing to discuss proposed improvements to a 5.5-mile segment of state Route 12 from just s... read more...


Sports

Trojans’ quest for repeat state title continues Saturday

GREENE – Greene has played field hockey in the land of giants for a long, long time, and has done so successfully. The Trojans, perhaps one-fifth the enrollment size of their ... read more...


Community

Holy Family authors sign their work

NORWICH – A group of fans gathered in the Holy Family cafeteria Tuesday, eagerly awaiting the chance to meet some of their favorite authors during a “Meet the Authors” event h... read more...


Norwich woman completes NYC Marathon

NORWICH – On Sunday, Norwich attorney Diane DiStefano completed 40th annual New York City Marathon alongside 45,000 other runners. A crowd of more than two million people che... read more...


Ed Sidote to be honored with FLT bench dedication

PHARSALIA – A stone bench to honor Ed Sidote, aka Mr. Finger Lakes Trail, was set along the Finger Lakes Trail (FLT) in Chenango County. A dedication will be held on Saturday.... read more...


Opinion

Come to Italy with me ...

Come to Italy with me ... OK, not me exactly, but with The Evening Sun. Starting Monday, we’ll be publishing a five-part series by Norwich resident Mary Musson, titled “Come t... read more...


Entertainment

EOH Galleries to open two new exhibits

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House Arts Center opens two new exhibits on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 12-3 p.m. (free). Come help us celebrate the new exhibitions that are perfe... read more...


Arts Council opens Members Exhibit next week

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces the opening of its annual Members Exhibit on Friday, Nov. 19, with a reception from 5-7 p.m. at the Marie... read more...


DVD Patrol

We’re on the Hunt, Patrollers! Hunting Season is almost upon us yet again and the DVD Patrol has an all new rack of movies just for you. The guy in charge of the Hunting Party... read more...


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