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Technology changes forcing Colonia Theatre to close

NORWICH – The marquee of the Colonia Theatre has been a glowing icon in downtown Norwich for decades, but now, facing imminent changes in the movie industry and the financial ... read more...


Norwich Pharmaceuticals gives $14,000 contribution for Gordon Park upgrades

NORWICH – A generous donation from Norwich Pharmaceuticals is paving the way to embellish Gordon Park, bringing a rejuvenated appearance to the heart of downtown Norwich. Thi... read more...


Pitcher shooting suspect formally charged

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office has formally charged Patrick W. Ford II, 41, of Norwich, following his release from University Hospital in Syracuse. He’s accuse... read more...


Chenango Courthouse celebrates 175th anniversary

NORWICH – Chenango County Court Judge W. Howard Sullivan calls it the “jewel of Chenango County,” while one-time Evening Sun editor Joe Quinn once wrote that it “symbolizes th... read more...


Virginia man named as suspect in murder of former S-E principal

CLYMER – A Virginia man has been named the primary suspect in the murder of former Sherburne-Earlville High School Principal Keith Reed Jr., whose body was discovered by aut... read more...


Trio of accidents in Greene area

GREENE – Emergency personnel in Greene were kept busy yesterday, responding to several accidents within their district and a third in the Smithville area. According to the co... read more...


City PD to hold fifth Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

NORWICH – The Norwich City Police Department, partnered with the federal Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration, will hold a fifth National Prescription Drug Ta... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Paul Wonka

With at least five more games left in his high school career, Oxford senior running back Paul Wonka is on pace to become Chenango County’s all-time leading rusher. But first ... read more...


UV offense comes to life against Oxford

GIRLS’ SOCCER Unadilla Valley 5, Oxford 2 NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley answered Oxford’s early offense with a flourish at the end of the first half to prevail in Thursday’... read more...


Football Preview: Norwich renews rivalry with Oneonta

Norwich’s 80-year-plus rivalry with Oneonta resumes tonight when the winless Yellowjackets look for their first win of the season against a Tornado club that has won three str... read more...


Community

Afton Golf Club hosts cancer fundraiser

AFTON – The Afton Golf Club will host the second “It’s a Booby and Butt Thing” golf invitational in an effort to raise money for cancer patients. The shotgun start takes place... read more...


Greene celebrates all things apple in weekend festival

GREENE – Greene’s Apple Fest has arrived and once again the Ball Flats will overflow with apple goodness. This Saturday marks the 26th year that Greene has hosted the Apple Fe... read more...


Opinion

Women are flexing their political muscle

This really is the Year of the Woman. We know, you’ve heard this all before. But consider these numbers: More women are running for Congress than in any previous year — 16 fo... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol: Avengers, assemble! – Our favorite Marvel movies

This has been a great year for sequels and an even greater year for superhero movies as a whole. For those of us that have loved comic books all of our lives, it was time to d... read more...


Jill S. Kraft to show in Bainbridge Gallery

BAINBRIDGE – The Jericho Arts Council is pleased to present the work of Norwich artist Jill S. Kraft in its Town Hall Gallery on the night of Oct. 6. This one-night-onl... read more...


Palace Players present “The Swiete Chocolate Factory” this weekend

HAMILTON– It’s September 1955—a delicious time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Swiete Chocolate Factory, founded by Purity Swiete in 1905. Purity invites everyone to ... read more...


Next Monday Evening Musical Club concert is ‘music on the light side’

NORWICH – Please join The Monday Evening Musical Club on Oct. 1 at 7:30 p.m. for the second concert of the season. The program will feature distinguished organist/pianist Anne... read more...


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