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Norwich gears up for 13th annual Pumpkin Festival

NORWICH – October is steadily drawing to a close and the weather has taken a significant turn for the worse which can mean only one thing: It’s time to carve out the jack-o-la... read more...


Otsego County driver facing felony charges in fatal hit-and-run

COLUMBUS – An Otsego County man is being held at the Chenango County Correctional Facility on $20,000 cash bail following a Thursday night accident which resulted in the death... read more...


Coventry’s supervisor contenders pledge to unite citizenry

COVENTRY – The two candidates vying for supervisor of the Town of Coventry share a vision for uniting citizens, one that provides a more fiscally transparent government and im... read more...


DEA, local law enforcement to hold prescription drug “Take Back”

NORWICH – The Norwich City Police Department and Chenango County Sheriff’s Office – partnering with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency – will collect unwanted prescription drugs... read more...


Sports

Norwich looks to turn tables in return meeting with Johnson City

The 2011 season began nearly 2 1/2 months ago with the first practices in the late summer heat of August. That initial preparation has transitioned to a defining point for th... read more...


Golf Hall of Fame inducts Church, Ellis

Evening Sun Report PLYMOUTH – At Canasawacta Country Club’s season-ending banquet, two women were announced as inductees into the Greater Norwich Golf Hall of Fame. The lat... read more...


Norwich hands out golf awards

Norwich varsity golf team handed out its season-ending awards earlier this week. In the middle is Ryan Hagen, most improved; and to the far right is Eric Walling, most valuabl... read more...


S-E gridders lose season finale

Football Vernon-Verona-Sherrill 14, Sherburne-Earlville 7 SAUQUOIT – Sherburne-Earlville turned the ball over twice inside V-V-S’s 10-yard line in the fourth quarter, and ... read more...


Community

Middle School art students help promote Pumpkin Festival

NORWICH – As the city and local businesses prep for this year’s 13th annual Pumpkin Festival, our middle students have been busy helping out. The students were in charge of c... read more...


$147,247 awarded to nonprofits in the region by Community Foundation

NORWICH – Fifteen nonprofit organizations in the region, including eleven in Broome, Chenango and Tioga counties, received grants totaling $147,247 from the Community Foundati... read more...


Opinion

Assault on courts is downright un-American

Here’s a profound paradox: Republican candidates for president are competing for conservative votes by advancing increasingly radical proposals for eviscerating the federal ju... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol: Our favorite horror franchises

It’s never easy finding a teamup for all of us but when it’s the Halloween season, finding scary concepts is a little easier. Thanks to the team, here we go again – our favori... read more...


NHS Field Band to give warm-up performance prior to championship

NORWICH – The Norwich High School Field Band will give its annual warm-up performance at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Norwich Family YMCA, 68-70 North Broad St. On Sunday, the group... read more...


Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats are coming to Norwich

NORWICH – This attraction has been called “incredible,” “breathtaking,” “stunning,” and “quite unbelievable,” to quote just a few of the critics. The Shangri-La Chinese Acroba... read more...


Benefit aids S. Plymouth family who lost home to Tropical Storm Lee

SOUTH PLYMOUTH – A benefit to aid the family of Corinne Manwarren-Brink will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday at the Plymouth Fire House, state Hwy. 23 in South Plymouth. Activities ... read more...


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