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Chenango gearing for elections

achines go out to Chenango County’s poll sites today, tomorrow and through Monday in preparation for the elections next Tuesday. Board of Elections commissioners Harriet Jen... read more...


SAME to focus on the local impact of the arts during community event

NORWICH – In an ongoing battle to preserve arts in Chenango County public schools, affiliates of the Support Arts and Music Eduction group (SAME) will host a special informati... read more...


Newly-formed Divorce Support Group will offer spiritual, as well as clinical guidance

NORWICH – With divorce rates increasingly high across the state, the Broad Street United Methodist Church has formed a of a one-of-a-kind Divorce Support Group that organizers... read more...


Seward challenged by Leib in 51st District

OTSEGO COUNTY (AP) – Republican state Sen. James Seward is being challenged by Democrat Howard Leib, an attorney, in next week’s 51st Senate District election. Seward, 61, is... read more...


Sherburne Senior Services nears completion

SHERBURNE – The Crouse Community Center, a nursing facility in Morrisville, will soon unveil a new Sherburne Senior Services adult day care center, adjacent to Westlake Villag... read more...


Sports

Unbeaten Trojans cruise into Class C finals

Evening Sun Report FIELD HOCKEY Greene 5, Whitney Point 1 GREENE – More is definitely better as far as Greene coach Sue Carlin is concerned. In winning six straight Se... read more...


Cyclones A, C teams win league titles; B team falls in double overtime

WATERVILLE – The Norwich Cyclones came away with two league titles Saturday as the unbeaten C team and the once-beaten A team earned championships, while the B team suffered i... read more...


Community

Trick or Treat!

Frank Speziale Photo Trick-or-Treaters turned out for Wednesday night’s annual candy extortion ritual throughout the streets of Norwich.... read more...


Schools of the Past: McDonough: Joint District #14, German Town Line Road School

Traveling the highway and byways of Chenango County at this time of year, one cannot help but notice that we now have our winter mantle in that the many hilts and valleys of t... read more...


Norwich physicians retire after 25 years

COOPERSTOWN – Bassett physicians Drs. Grace and Tom Holmes have retired after providing 25 years of health care to families in the Norwich community. What began as a sma... read more...


Winter parking ban in effect

NORWICH – The Norwich City Police Department has announced its winter ban for onstreet parking, effective today and running through April 15. According to authorities, n... read more...


Opinion

A newfound and short-lived perspective

Let’s travel back in time for a moment. On Monday, Oct. 22, one week before Hurricane Sandy ripped up the East Coast, the entire country was centered on what people thought we... read more...


Entertainment

S-E presents evening of one-act plays this weekend

SHERBURNE – Matt Smith and Julia Opolka rehearse “Open Road” by Brad Slaight, which is part of an evening of one act plays being presented by the Sherburne-Earlville Drama Clu... read more...


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