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Oxford awaits completion of downtown bridge

OXFORD – As always, the start of the new school year heralds an escalation in traffic, but this year residents and travelers through the Village of Oxford might need a refresh... read more...


School’s open: Think safety first

NORWICH – With the 2012-2013 school year getting underway today, the Norwich City Police Department is focusing once again on student safety, particularly when it concerns get... read more...


Public art project brings “Vibrant Rivers” to the city

NORWICH – Several city merchants are taking part in a public art project, bringing a noticeable change to many storefronts as a series of decorative blue banners appear on the... read more...


Coventry men, in separate incidents, charged with DWI, falsely reporting

NORWICH – A Town of Coventry man has been charged with felony driving while intoxicated, first degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, reckless driving and ... read more...


LEA contract awards being calculated

NORWICH – No word yet on the amount Chenango County will have to payout to law enforcement deputies after the results of a lengthly interest arbitration period were made known... read more...


Sports

S-E improves record to 3-0

Evening Sun Report BOYS’ SOCCER Sherburne-Earlville 3, Mount Markham 0 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville shook off a sluggish opening half kicking up the offense in a dom... read more...


Cyclones sweep home openers

NORWICH – The Norwich Cyclones’ Pop Warner teams made successful debuts this past Sunday at Alumni Field. The C team started the action with a convincing 27-0 victory over Mi... read more...


Day named SUNYAC field hockey player of week

ONEONTA – SUNY Oneonta sophomore, Andrea Day (Greene/Greene), was selected as the SUNYAC field hockey Player of the Week in an announcement earlier this week by conference com... read more...


Community

Norwich honors teacher, employee of the year

Frank Speziale Photo Norwich City Schools honored two of its own prior to today’s First Day of School: 2012 Teacher of the Year Jamie Dowdall and 2012 Employee of the Year Ru... read more...


Greene Historical Society to host special pictorial postmark

By Vicky House Correspondent GREENE – On September 7, 1862, ten canal boats filled with 1,000 men, left Greene, NY to go off to fight in the Civil War. On September ... read more...


Chenango in the Civil War: The Hole in the Bible – Part II

Editor’s Note: In conjunction with the Chenango County Civil War Commemoration Project Team, The Evening Sun will present a monthly series chronicling items of local interest ... read more...


Commerce Chenango to update economic development strategies

NORWICH – Over the next several months, Commerce Chenango’s economic development department will be working with community members, government officials, local organizations, ... read more...


Independent Judicial Election Qualification Commission rates McBride

NORWICH – The Friends of Joe McBride for Chenango County Court Judge announced today that the Independent Judicial Election Qualification Commission has rated Joe McBride as q... read more...


Opinion

A little respect, perhaps?

Of all the off-color, repugnant and (most of the time) ignorant remarks that regularly make their way to the print or online editions of ‘30 Seconds,’ I must admit that those ... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Revoir’s experience most suited to judgeship

Editor, I am writing this letter to comment on the upcoming September 13, 2012 primary election to choose the Republican candidate for Chenango County Court Judge. I was a pr... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Endorsements for McBride OK with me

Editor, I was raised in Norwich and have lived in Norwich most of my 52 years. I support Joe McBride for County Judge because he is most qualified for the job. I am writing ... read more...


Letter to the Editor: This is the 21st century, not the Dark Ages

Editor, People never cease to amaze me. When will we realize we are all created different by design. If we weren’t we’d be a world of clones. I said that to say this: My da... read more...


Letter to the Editor: McBride has the experience, character, service

Editor, The right and duty of us “We the People” is to vote. It is truly one of the things that make this country so great. This fall we have the opportunity, first in the pr... read more...


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