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Sherburne-Earlville student to step-off in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

SHERBURNE – Hard work and dedication for one high school saxophone player at the Sherburne-Earlville High School is paying off as she prepares to join some of the most talent... read more...


Fire strikes Coventry home

COVENTRY – Fire and emergency personnel from the Coventry, Bainbridge, Greene, Afton, Smithville, Oxford and Harpursville fire departments responded to this structure fire at ... read more...


Journey to the Philippines an eye-opener for Norwich Pharmaceuticals employee

NORWICH – Norwich Pharmaceuticals, partnering with Kiwanis International and UNICEF’s Eliminate Project, is delivering its charitable efforts on a global level this year to he... read more...


14 indicted by Chenango Grand Jury

NORWICH – The Chenango County grand jury met Wednesday and handed up a number of criminal indictments. At the proceeding, the Chenango County District Attorney’s Office presen... read more...


Supervisors inquire about the need for more fraud detection

NORWICH – In the discussion about hiring two caseworkers to relieve overtime stress-related turnover within the Social Services department, which the Chenango County Boa... read more...


Sports

Loomis named to Class B all-state team

SYRACUSE – Norwich senior Bryn Loomis punctuated her senior basketball season with an all-state selection. The New York State Sportswriters Association released its all-state... read more...


NHS Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Charlie Wightman, Class of '94

By Mark Abbott Contributing Writer Editor’s note: Today is the fifth part in a seven-part series profiling the 2012 Norwich Sports Hall of Fame induction class. The autho... read more...


Smith hits walk-off homer in UV victory over Hancock

Evening Sun Report Baseball Unadilla Valley 10, Hancock 9 NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley senior Brett Smith broke a 9-9 tie in the bottom of the seventh with a walk-off ... read more...


Community

Stewart’s Shop donates to village youth programs in New Berlin

NEW BERLIN – The Stewart’s Shop in downtown New Berlin donated $2,230 to the village this week. The money was raised between Thanksgiving and Christmas as a part of the conven... read more...


New Berlin Ambulance Service hosts fundraiser at Deer Path restaurant­

NEW BERLIN – Ready for a roast pork dinner, chicken Marsala or baked ziti on a Sunday afternoon at the Deer Path Restaurant in Columbus? Friends of the Village of... read more...


Opinion

Root for the home team

Washington is getting excited these days about two heroes, but they’re not named Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. They’re Stephen Strasburg and Ryan Zimmerman. For those of you ... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol: Summer movies we can’t (or can) wait to see

When you ask someone what their favorite time of year is, you usually get a general answer like spring or summertime. When someone asks the Toddster what his favorite time of ... read more...


Tavares exhibit opens at Arts Council tonight

NORWICH – Tonight is the opening of Earth: Spin and Fire, a show featuring pottery, prints and photographs by local artist Jennifer Tavares! Ms. Tavares first became interest... read more...


Comedy double bill at Earlville Opera House this weekend

EARLVILLE – Something different is happening at the Earlville Opera House Arts Cafe at 8 p.m. Saturday. It’s Improv Comedy made up “on the spot.” The Puzzled Players wil... read more...


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