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Norwich hosts 14th annual Pumpkin Festival

Norwich held its 14th annual Pumpkin Festival over the weekend. Evening Sun subscribers can see all of Frank Speziale's photos by clicking on the camera icon above.... read more...


Norwich crowns 2012 Homecoming Court

Norwich crowned its 2012 Homecoming Court over the weekend. From left: John Antonowicz escorting 3rd runner up Lynsi Chrisman; Ryan Hagen, escorting 1st runner up Cassie Sutto... read more...


City moves to demolish deteriorating house

NORWICH – After considering other options on the table during a special meeting of the Common Council, the city made the decision to move forward with the demolition of a hous... read more...


Fred’s Inn heavily damaged in blaze

NORWICH – A broiler located at the rear of the kitchen at Fred’s Inn is being blamed for a devastating fire that quickly spread to the popular restaurant’s ceiling and attic S... read more...


Ralliers say natural gas development will restore future for New Yorkers

ALBANY – Hundreds of farmers, small business owners, laborers, homeowners, students and organizations that support them in the fight to create jobs and opportunities through s... read more...


Greene’s football coach reinstated

GREENE – A Greene Central School press release issued late Friday made public the news of head football Coach Tim Paske’s reinstatement, effective today. “Following several ... read more...


Sports

CV plays championship football in romp over Tornado

NORWICH – Norwich’s loss to Chenango Valley Friday night might be best described as “failure to launch.” The home faithful brought an ample supply of fireworks in anticipatio... read more...


UV keeps hope of winning season alive, blanks Blue Devils, 42-0

NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley still believes. Operating all season as the “Little Engine That Almost Could,” Saturday’s Storm outfit resembled a team heading back toward respec... read more...


Greene makes it four straight Barrows/Bromley titles

FIELD HOCKEY GREENE – Greene’s field hockey tradition began with Nancy Bromley and was carried forward by her longtime assistant, Nancy Barrows. What has also become an ann... read more...


Sherburne-Earlville beaten in Section III playoff debut

FOOTBALL Skaneateles 49, Sherburne-Earlville 22 SKANEATELES – The quickest path from point A to point B is by air, and Skaneateles proved that Friday night against the gro... read more...


Community

SFCU hosts “Meet the Candidates” Wednesday

NORWICH – Sidney Federal Credit Union will host its Annual “Meet the Candidates” Chamber Business After Hours Wednesday. The event will begin at 5 p.m. at SFCU’s Norwich locat... read more...


October designated 4-H, Cooperative Extension month

NORWICH – On Tuesday, a member of the Chenango County 4-H club ‘Can-Do Equestrians’ and 4-H Director Janet Pfromm helped proclaim October as Cooperative Extension and 4-... read more...


Opinion

We The People

This election campaign brings to mind a haberdasher. A guy going broke selling men’s clothing. It brings to mind aristocrats. And army generals, an engineer and farmers. And d... read more...


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