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Guilford Center resident lights tap water on fire for fun; no natural gas drilling within miles

GUILFORD – Guilford Center resident Robert Sandell keeps a blow torch near his sink and regularly ignites the methane-induced water coming out of his kitchen faucet for fun. ... read more...


Guilford teen tried as adult, found guilty of child sexual abuse

GUILFORD – A 17-year-old Guilford resident was tried and convicted as an adult in town court Friday, with a jury finding him guilty of 11 misdemeanor sex crimes against a 12-y... read more...


New Berlin looking for alternative funds for public surveillance system

NEW BERLIN – In late January, the Village and Town of New Berlin received word it wasn’t getting a state grant that would’ve paid for installation of surveillance cameras out ... read more...


Sports

A hidden economic upside to residing in a rural area during a recession

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) just announced that hunting licenses in the nation increased by 3.6 percent in 2009. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported... read more...


Aggressive Marcellus eliminates S-E from playoffs

Boys Basketball Marcellus 72, Sherburne-Earlville 45 SHERBURNE – Marcellus ended the first half on a 9-0 run, and made its first three shots of the second half – two of th... read more...


Tri-Valley League names hoops all-stars

Bill Dorrittie, president of the Tri-Valley League of Section IV, announces the 2010-2011 basketball all-star teams. Boys First Team: Blake Vibbard, Edmeston; Josh Hunt, ... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: Greene District 16 – Brisben (#22 - Greene/Oxford)

Once again we return the hamlet of Brisben for yet another history of the district school located in that place. In the article of Oct. 21, 2010 #89, this article is #106; we ... read more...


Gas drilling forum address economic impact tonight

NORWICH – The upcoming meeting of the “Fourth Thursday’s Speakers Series” will feature the fourth free public informational forum on natural gas drilling issues; this time loo... read more...


Opinion

The Cookie Queen

In a completely unexpected and rather startling turn of events at last night’s Celebrity Cookie Auction, this Evening Sun reporter’s Raspberry Pecan Thumbprints pulled out a s... read more...


Entertainment

Music In Our Schools Month concert set for next week

NORWICH – Established in 1973, Music In Our Schools Month recognizes the significant role music plays in the education of children throughout New York state. Since 2000, the N... read more...


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