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Toys for Tots Train chugs into Bainbridge this weekend

BAINBRIDGE – The Toys for Tots Christmas Train will be chugging to a stop at the Walnut Street Crossing, 12:05 p.m. Saturday in Bainbridge. Train organizers from the Marine Co... read more...


City considers four-way stops on Elm Street

NORWICH – The Common Council is taking action based on a recommendation from the city’s traffic commission to make things a little safer on Elm Street. In response to a recen... read more...


Despite delays, OV consolidation still expected for 2013-2014 school year

OTSELIC VALLEY – The Otselic Valley Central School District’s $17 million building project continues to move forward despite some minor setbacks. The project – approved by vot... read more...


Poll: More support hydrofracking than oppose it

ALBANY (AP) – A new poll shows more New Yorkers support “hydrofracking” than oppose it, with support more common in downstate regions. A Siena College poll of registered vote... read more...


Historical Society’s holiday open house is Sunday

NORWICH – Volunteers and organizers at the Chenango County Historical Society are making the final preparations for their annual Holiday Open House, the organization’s largest... read more...


Sports

Beat the cold to bag a late-season buck

Having lived in Virginia to the age of 12, cold weather was definitely something to get used to. The low temps of the North can be hard to deal with, but tend to increase deer... read more...


B-G/Afton edges Sherburne-Earlville in non-league meet

Evening Sun Report Wrestling B-G/Afton 42, Sherburne-Earlville 39 SHERBURNE – Bainbridge-Guilford strategically maneuvered its lineup to create favorable matchups, and ... read more...


Opinion

Get a grip

I do terrible things to my secretaries. I snap at them “Stand up straight! You look like an old woman.” Or, “How can you wear shoes without socks in the dead of winter?” Or... read more...


Longer days means more learning, right?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about how longer school days could very well be the solution to an education system that’s been lagging over the years. It seems that among... read more...


Entertainment

Cosby Gibson at 6 On The Square in Oxford tonight

OXFORD – Tonight, at 7:30 p.m., 6 On The Square (6OTS) welcomes singer-songwriter Cosby Gibson to their stage as part of their monthly Emerging Artist Series. In just a short ... read more...


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