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Interim superintendent hits the ground running in Oxford

OXFORD – Oxford Academy Central School District has seen a number of changes over the last year, not the least of which is the appointment of Sylvia Root as interim superinten... read more...


BID seeking new executive director

NORWICH – Long-time executive director of the Norwich Business Improvement District Pegi LoPresti officially resigned Friday, and the organization’s board of directors is hopi... read more...


24 East Main St. renovations continue, sales contract signed

NORWICH – Renovations will continue over the next month-and-a-half to two months at 24 East Main St. – formerly the location of Frames Unlimited – and the property is now unde... read more...


Afton voters have choice for supervisor

AFTON – For the first time in 24 years, Town of Afton voters will have a choice of candidates to lead them locally and to represent them in Chenango County decision-making. T... read more...


Sports

Big win for S-E girls

Girls’ Soccer S-E 3, Clinton 1 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville passed a big test against Center State Conference division newcomer Clinton Monday night. Briana Vibbard, S... read more...


Boys' Soccer: Windsor blanks Norwich

Windsor 2, Norwich 0 NORWICH – Windsor’s Spencer Nagel won a race to the ball in the right corner of the 18-yard box, and knocked in the opening goal for Windsor in Monday ni... read more...


Community

Once Upon a Dance – The Pitcher Hotel Ghost

Editor’s Note: The Norwich Dance Club is celebrating the history of ballroom dancing in Chenango County this week with a number of events, including an exhibit at Guernsey Mem... read more...


Holy Family helps out flooded Binghamton school

MacArthur Elementary School in Binghamton suffered huge losses due to recent flooding in the area. In response, students and faculty at Holy Family School in Norwich collected... read more...


Interest in kin gave curator start

Editor’s Note: The following story appeared in the Monday, May 5, 1969 edition of The Evening Sun, profiling longtime Chenango County Historian Mae Smith, who passed away this... read more...


Opinion

Man's best fiend

“Down, Tiny, down!” my cousin Ralph snapped at his beloved pet. The dog had its front legs on my shoulders and was licking the top of my head. I like dogs. I like to pet them... read more...


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