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Red Cross to offer free meals, showers due to power outages

NORWICH – With upwards of 2,000 people still without power across Chenango County following tropical storm Irene’s bombardment of the east coast, the American Red Cross is set... read more...


Irene: Document damage, report to FSA

NORWICH – Hurricane Irene left New York’s farm fields submerged in water, leveled crops and caused power outages that left dairy farmers unable to milk their cows. But Chenang... read more...


Jury seated, opening statements heard in Victor case

NORWICH – Opening statements were heard Wednesday after jury selection concluded in the Michael A. Victor Jr. trial. A pool of approximately 70 potential jurors reported to t... read more...


Irene delays DEC gas report

NORWICH – The 1,000-plus page framework to protect New York’s environment from shale gas drilling using hydraulic fracturing, which was slated to be released yesterday, has be... read more...


Norwich church collecting donations for Irene victims

NORWICH – The United Methodist Committee on Relief, or UMCOR, is collecting donated items for disaster relief in Schoharie County, said Pastor Jeff Hale of Norwich. The church... read more...


Sports

High School Football Previews

NORWICH NORWICH – The names and the faces change, but the goals never do for the Norwich football team. In his two years at the helm as head coach, John Martinson has guid... read more...


Wilcox lifts Greene with hat trick

GIRLS’ SOCCER Greene 3, Walton 2 GREENE – Walton gave defending MAC champion Greene all it could handle in Wednesday’s home opener for the Trojans. Sophomore Paige Wilcox... read more...


Kelly's Flowers clinches horseshoe title

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – With only a couple of make-up matches and one week of pitching action remaining, Kelly’s Flowers clinched the South New Berlin Horseshoe League team champio... read more...


Community

Author returns to Greene for Labor Day weekend book signings

GREENE – Mildred English Cochraine Folsom wrote the book on Greene. Actually, she wrote two. Now her daughter, Jorette Martin, is returning to her hometown to unveil a book of... read more...


County Fair’s flower show far from empty-handed

By Melissa deCordova Sun Staff Writer mdecordova@evesun.com NORWICH – In spite of this summer’s extraordinary heat, nearly 300 flowers and arboreals made their way from b... read more...


Opinion

Bye-bye, Borders ...

I got the saddest letter a few weeks ago from Mike Edwards, the CEO of Borders, notifying me (and 1.8 million customers) that his mighty giant of a bookstore was going out of ... read more...


It’s so hard to say goodbye

They say all good things must come to an end. And it is with a heavy heart and no small amount of trepidation that I announce my intention to leave my position here at The Eve... read more...


Entertainment

Arts Council announces 2011-12 season

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, has announced the lineup for the11/12 Performance Series. Kicking off the season on Nov. 10, are the Shangri-La Ch... read more...


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