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St. Bartholomew’s celebrates Italian Feast this weekend

NORWICH – St. Bartholomew’s will once again host its annual Italian Feast Day beginning at 5 p.m. Friday and running through the weekend at its 81 East Main St. location. The... read more...


Mum sale a fundraiser for All Animals Matter

Maiurano’s Flower Shop owners Ginny Allen, Bill Maiurano, and All Animals Matter Coordinator Diane Troxell gear up for the annual mum sale to benefit All Animals Matter, a non... read more...


Four plead guilty in county court

NORWICH – Four people charged with various misdemeanor and felony crimes pleaded guilty in county court Monday, while a fifth case involving an alleged assault on a City of No... read more...


New wastewater regs could be costly for city

NORWICH – Under new strict new rules from the Environmental Protection Agency, the City of Norwich is taking financial burdens head-on as the federal agency mandates the city ... read more...


Bed tax idea thrown out the window

NORWICH – Whether an extra $70,000 per year is worth the hassle or not, Chenango County will most likely not see a bed tax on hotels and bed and breakfasts any time soon. The... read more...


Community

Oxford's Class of 1962

Frank Speziale Photo Oxford Academy’s Class of 1962 held their 50-year reunion at Fred’s Inn in July. Back row: Skip Seiler, Doug DeLong, Darrel Youngs, Darlene Aiken, Harry ... read more...


Oxford Historian has historic and heartwarming reunion

By Vicky House Oxford Town/Village Historian OXFORD – I am sharing this story because I am not only proud and excited that my sister has come back into my life, but t... read more...


Opinion

Misspoke, misremembered ... how about mistake?

I would imagine most everyone has heard the phrase “putting one’s foot in one’s mouth” at least a time or two in their life, or at least would hope so (unless you’re living un... read more...


Letter to the Editor: DA’s don’t make good judges

Editor, Joe McBride ran an ad in last week’s Evening Sun saying he has “prosecuted over 1,500 felonies.” I have no doubt he has, but will that make him a better judge? Would... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Be careful what you ask for

Editor, I live in Norwich on South Broad Street and find Norwich the best city I have ever lived in, with its wonderful people, many events, low crime, and the surrounding fa... read more...


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