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Study reveals economic impact of arts in Chenango County

By Shawn Magrath Sun Staff Writer smagrath@evesun.com NORWICH – Arts, like any industry, has a significant economic impact. That was the message carried away by business l... read more...


United Way kicks off annual fundraiser with Day of Caring

NORWICH – The Chenango County United Way is gearing up for a new campaign season, with new fundraising goals in mind and new opportunities for volunteers to help kick things o... read more...


Meet the judicial candidates in forum tonight

NORWICH – Meet all three candidates for Chenango County Court, Surrogate and Family Court Judge as they discuss their qualifications and answer questions about their candidaci... read more...


City supervisors would seek benefits if county proceeds to purchase former college building

NORWICH – The two Chenango County supervisors who represent the City of Norwich are against any more property coming off the tax rolls. An overwhelming 35 percent of city pro... read more...


Sports

Windsor edges Norwich; Unadilla Valley blanks Walton

BOYS’ SOCCER Windsor 2, Norwich 1 NORWICH – Back-to-back goals less than five minutes apart midway through the first half lifted Windsor to a win over Norwich Wednesday af... read more...


Milford extends winning streak to 22 games

NEW BERLIN – Milford Academy needed a last-minute drive to score the winning points and extend its winning streak to 22 games. The Falcons’ Patrick Dill scored on a quarterba... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: McDonough District #6 - Preston/Harrington, Part II

Returning again this week to District #6 the photo with this article appeared at an earlier date in The Evening Sun having been forwarded to the paper by the late Ruth Harring... read more...


Annual golf fundraiser a success for 6 On The Square

OXFORD – The second annual “6 On The Square Golf Outing” was very successful. There were 37 participants (up from last year’s 20), who had a great day of fun on Aug. 26, for a... read more...


Remembering the departure of the 114th – 150 years ago

Editor’s Note: James S. Flanagan, retired high school teacher and adjunct English and History professor at Morrisville State College’s Norwich Campus, sent in this article mar... read more...


150 years ago today - Going to War

Editor’s Note: Two of our readers, Mark Randall and James Flanagan, sent us pieces they’d written about the 150th anniversary of the departure of the 114th Regiment as they de... read more...


Chenango Memorial Hospital welcomes two new providers

NORWICH – Chris Kisacky, Vice President Operations at UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital, announced that two new physicians have joined the hospital. Kristina K. Hummer, DO,... read more...


Opinion

Saving the ‘screwed generation’

“You can be anything you want to be. The sky’s the limit” Most of us heard that at some point during childhood, be it from parent, teacher, or a one the felt-covered puppets ... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Disconnect between public opinion, elected officials

Editor, A recent survey of Hamilton and Lebanon, NY residents conducted by the Colgate University Upstate Institute in cooperation with Madison County Citizens for Safe Energ... read more...


Letter to the Editor: McBride’s experience really does matter

Editor, I am writing to show my support of Joe McBride for Chenango County Court Judge. I have known Joe for the last 20 years and am very proud to call him my good friend. T... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Do endorsements suggest hint of impropriety?

Editor, I have concerns about the endorsement of a political candidate by Police Officers. A portion of an advertisement appearing in The Evening Sun on Aug. 28, 2012 states,... read more...


Letter to the Editor: McBride is by far the most experienced

Editor, Three candidates for County Court Judge have submitted their names for consideration. Two candidates, for the Republican, Independent and Conservative nominations wil... read more...


Letter to the Editor: McBride made a difference

Editor, To my Chenango County Neighbors: I and my family would like to acknowledge with sincere thanks the successful support of Joe McBride, who as a law guardian, and law... read more...


Entertainment

Norwich Theater Co. stages 'Godspell' this weekend

NORWICH – The Norwich Theater Company will present John Michael Tebelak’s popular – albeit non-traditional – telling of the gospel according to St. Matthew, “Godspell,” with p... read more...


Bainbridge hosts ‘Party of Two’

BAINBRIDGE – On Saturday, the Bainbridge Town Hall theater hosts a performance by a brand new musical ensemble, Party of Two. The Oneonta-based group has been performing musi... read more...


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