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S-E grad could be next Ithaca mayor

ITHACA – A 2005 graduate of Sherburne-Earlville could become mayor of the City of Ithaca next year. Democratic Party voters elected 24-year-old Svante Myrick over two other ... read more...


Otselic Valley considers $17 million building project

GEORGETOWN – The Otselic Valley Central School District conducted the first of two community meetings this week to gauge public opinion of a proposed $17 million building proj... read more...


Emergency loans available to farmers

NORWICH - Chenango County has been declared eligible for disaster emergency loan assistance due to damages and losses caused by remnants of Tropical Storm Lee. Family farmers... read more...


Chenango SPCA to hold 2nd annual Dog Walk and Alumni Parade

NORWICH – Weiler Park is going to the dogs on Saturday as the Chenango SPCA prepares to host its 2nd annual Dog Walk and Alumni Parade – Who Let the Dogs Out? – with proceeds ... read more...


Sports

High School Grid Preview: Norwich plays at Sidney Saturday

Norwich returns to action after a two-week absence when it travels to Sidney Saturday. In case you missed it, the game was moved from Friday night to the 1:30 p.m. weekend tim... read more...


Defensive lapse costs Norwich

Boys’ Soccer Chenango Valley 1, Norwich 0 NORWICH – Chenango Valley capitalized on a rebounded shot that Norwich failed to clear, and tallied the game’s lone goal with 22 ... read more...


Oneonta beats Norwich in three games

Volleyball Oneonta 3, Norwich 0 NORWICH – Oneonta outlasted Norwich in an extra-long opening game, and went on to take all three games from the Tornado Thursday, 31-29, 25... read more...


Community

Wine (& beer) tasting at 6 On The Square

OXFORD – You’re invited Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 p.m., to join 6 On The Square (6OTS) to sample wines from New York State and throughout the United States, even a few inte... read more...


Tipping fees waived for flood debris

NORTH NORWICH – Trash and debris leftover from the floods of Tropical Storm Lee and Hurricane Irene may be deposited in the county’s landfills at no cost. The Chenango County... read more...


New York Remembers exhibit opens at Arts Council

NORWICH – Ten years ago on September 11, the nation was challenged with something as great as we have ever faced. This past Sunday we were challenged yet again with rememberin... read more...


AmeriCorps, The Place to present Clean Energy Fair

NORWICH – The Clean Energy Service Corps, an AmeriCorps program supported by The Place, 22 East Main St., will hold a Clean Energy Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in East... read more...


Opinion

Closing the ES Forum ...

Sometimes, you just have to know when to give up. That’s what we’ve done on our website, www.evesun.com today – the online Forum is no more. We started it with a redesign of t... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

It’s our time for action, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is here again and this time out we have an all-action Patrol for all of you. The Toddster was able to see some interesting... read more...


‘Ode to Chocolate’ cabaret at the Palace next Friday

HAMILTON – “Pardon the way that I drool, I’m sure I act like a fool. The thought of Crunch leaves me weak, because it’s chocolate I seek” – “Ode to Chocolate” is a cabaret fea... read more...


Guernsey exhibit celebrates the history of ballroom dance

NORWICH – The Norwich Dance Club will host a Ballroom Dance Art and History Exhibit during the week of Sept. 17-22. The exhibit will be held in the community room at the Guern... read more...


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