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Special Report: Natural Gas and Economic Development in the Southern Tier

In the first part of this series, printed yesterday in The Evening Sun, Chenango County Economic Development Consultant Steven Palmatier outlined two scenarios, with several c... read more...


County pulling itself out of debt

NORWICH – Chenango County will be out of debt next spring. After 15 years of annual payments, the last $225,000 installment for the $3 million cell development project at th... read more...


City offers in-service codes training

NORWICH – The city will host free codes in-service training courses next week and for many, it will be one of the last local opportunities to meet the state-mandated 24 hours ... read more...


NHS Cheerleaders’ month-long food drive will benefit Roots and Wings

NORWICH – Throughout the month of December, the Norwich High School Varsity Cheerleaders will collect non-perishable food items in support of Catholic Charities and its Roots ... read more...


Sports

Boys' Basketball Previews

CHENANGO COUNTY – Some area basketball teams have already hit the hardwood floor for their opening games of the season, while the majority of the eight Chenango County clubs c... read more...


S-E boys improve to 2-0

Bowling S-E 5, Cooperstown 0 EARLVILLE – Sherburne-Earlville’s boys took all five points from Cooperstown, and improved to 2-0 on the season Thursday afternoon at Hi-Skor ... read more...


Soccer center accepting sign-ups for winter leagues

NORWICH – The Norwich indoor soccer center is officially open and sign-ups are under way for winter leagues. The center, run by the Chenango Soccer Club, is a non-for-profit... read more...


49th Clyde Cole Tournament begins tonight

OXFORD – Wyoming Seminary was a runaway winner at the Clyde Cole Wrestling Tournament a season ago. The Oxford Rotary-sponsored tournament begins its 49th incarnation tonight,... read more...


Community

Make the season bright

The City of Norwich and the Business Improvement District, aided by the Perry Browne chorus, lit the Christmas decorations in West and East Parks Thursday night.... read more...


Chobani helps schools with food drive challenge

COLUMBUS – With the holiday season upon us, Agro Farma Inc. has been working with local school districts to gather donations for community food pantries in the Second Annual C... read more...


Opinion

Barney Frank: Neatness isn't everything

In 1964, two years after graduating from Harvard, Barney Frank went to Mississippi as a civil rights worker. That August, at the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic Cit... read more...


Entertainment

Sloan Wainwright’s “Holiday Celebration” Saturday at 6 On The Square

OXFORD – On Saturday, at 7:30 p.m., 6 On The Square (6OTS) welcomes back the outstanding and highly original, Sloan Wainwright. Sloan is a compelling performer best known for ... read more...


DVD Patrol

We’re in the home stretch, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is finally here for December and it’s the last month of the year already. Time flies when you’re having fun, or in our ca... read more...


Red Raville retires as conductor

Tuesday night marked the end of an era with longtime Mid-York Shining Brass Band director Wilbur Raville’s retirement following a performance at the United Church of Christ, a... read more...


New gallery opens in Norwich this weekend

NORWICH – The Jill Kraft Fine Art Gallery officially opens Saturday with the work of local artist Daniel Harrington. The gallery, housed inside Chenango County’s only art sto... read more...


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