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Fire strikes Norwich apartment building

NORWICH – An apartment house in the City of Norwich suffered severe damage early today after a fire broke out in the rear of the building and spread to an upstairs and downsta... read more...


General Clinton Canoe Regatta celebrates 49th year

BAINBRIDGE – More than 1,200 paddlers and as many as 10,000 spectators are expected in Bainbridge this weekend for the General Clinton Canoe Regatta. Now in its 49th year, th... read more...


Alarm evacuates county office building

The Chenango County Office Building was evacuated at for 45 minutes at around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Norwich Fire Chief Tracy Chawgo said the building had conducted a fire dril... read more...


Oxford girls win Class D track and field title

Track and Field MARATHON – Oxford won eight events, and added a pair of runner-up finishes to capture the Class D girls track and field championship, Wednesday at Marathon.... read more...


Natural gas report delayed; new lease signed

NORWICH – The state’s environmental conservation agency will take more time to present its revised regulations for high water volume horizontal hydraulic fracturing in New Yor... read more...


Severe storms hitting Chenango; tornado watch until 10 pm

The storm moving through Chenango County is a severe situation. Winds in excess of 80 MPH are possible of the next hour. This storm has caused extensive damage in Brandford Co... read more...


Sports

Not the ‘end of the world,’ just a miserable stretch of weather phenomena

With the spring turkey season due to close next Tuesday, May 31, I suspect that many of those with unfilled tags will stay in bed that morning rather than face a another soggy... read more...


NHS Hall of Fame profile: Katie Almeter

Editor’s note: The profile on Katie Almeter was written by Evening Sun Sports Editor Patrick Newell, a 1985 Norwich High School graduate. This is the seventh in a series of a... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: Greene: Tracing a rural teacher’s career

The history of the numerous district schools in the township of Greene have been completed, although it may be stated safe to say that there is still historical documentation ... read more...


Opinion

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

It hasn’t quite sunk in just yet that my esteemed colleague Tyler Murphy is leaving our little fold. Oh sure, I’ve had plenty of time to get used to the idea since he gave wha... read more...


Entertainment

Local teens to compete in final round of Jr. Idol

NORWICH – On Friday, a pair of local teens will perform in the final round of the 3rd annual Central New York Radio Group Jr. Idol competition, to be held at 7 p.m. at the One... read more...


Last Word Poetry Slam and Battle of the Bands hits the stage Friday

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts will host the first-ever Last Word Battle of the Bands and Poetry Slam from 7 to 10 p.m. on Friday in the Martin W. Kappel Th... read more...


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