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City police alert residents about new scams

NORWICH Ė The Norwich City Police Department is warning residents to beware of a new scam thatís popped up in the area and across several other regions of New York State. Aut... read more...


Early dry spell leads to current challenges for farmers

NORWICH Ė Although recent rains have turned the hillsides green again in Chenango County, the rain is too late for many farmers as the summerís early dry spell has already don... read more...


County Fair comes to a crashing finish

Chenango Countyís 165th Fair came to a crashing end over the weekend at the Fairgrounds in Norwich. Evening Sun subscribers, click on the camera icon above to see all the phot... read more...


SUNY Binghamton expansion to revitalize region

BINGHAMTON (AP) - Binghamton University is about to kick-start the Southern Tier's economy. Last week, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo approved a NYSUNY 2020 Challenge Grant for Bi... read more...


Sports

Ambrose wins again at Watkins Glen

WATKINS GLEN (AP) - Just when Marcos Ambrose had about given up hope of winning again at Watkins Glen International, he began to slide. Suddenly in his element on an oil-smea... read more...


Community

Revoir hosts Meet & Greet sessions this week

McDONOUGH Ė Frank Revoir Jr, a Republican, Conservative & Independence Party Candidate for Chenango County Court Judge, will be hosting three separate Meet & Greet Events this... read more...


Opinion

Did you read about it?

About this election. This guy you plan to vote for. Have you read any books about him? Completely through? Have you read any books written by guys who donít like him? Have you... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Donít let process devolve into a popularity contest

Editor, I was pleased to see the recent editorial with regard to the trials and overall issues relating to Peter Wlasiuk which have embraced Chenango County for some 10 years... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Tell the Oxford town board what you think

Editor, In the Town of Oxford we have zoning. That means you canít do anything you want on your land; there are rules. We learned that in 2007 those rules were quietly change... read more...


Giving back to our veterans

Veteransí issues are often contemplated in Albany as we work to protect the rights and benefits of our brave service men and women who continually sacrifice to keep New York a... read more...


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