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County Clerk warns of deed scam

CHENANGO COUNTY – Chenango County Clerk Mary C. Weidman has issued a warning for county residents concerning a “legal deed scam” that is soliciting property owners to obtain a... read more...


Norwich police officer resigns, subsequently arrested on Wisconsin warrant

NORWICH – A former Norwich City Police officer was arrested on an active arrest warrant issued by the State of Wisconsin as a fugitive from justice Thursday and is scheduled t... read more...


Morrisville college recruits at Norwich campus holiday open house

NORWICH – Students and staff at the Norwich campus of Morrisville State College on Conkey Avenue hosted the college’s annual open house gala Thursday. The locally-catered eve... read more...


Obesity epidemic proves costly for taxpayers

NORWICH – Without strong action to reverse the obesity epidemic, children may face a shorter lifespan than their parents for the first time in our history, according to a rece... read more...


More and more local churches turn to the Internet to spread the Good Word

The Internet is jammed-packed with holiday time marketing campaigns touting stress-free shopping, coupons galore and bargain basement prices. Amidst all of the competition, ho... read more...


Sports

Norwich comes to life in second half

Boys’ Basketball Norwich 54, Oneonta 32 NORWICH –The ibuprofen must have kicked in for Norwich during halftime. Riddled by illness all week, the Norwich lineup resembled ... read more...


Community

Shelly Reuben's novels now available as e-books

AFTON – Evening Sun readers know Shelly Reuben as the author of a monthly Page 4 column, “Tilting at Windmills,” in which she expounds on myriad topics – family, friends, and,... read more...


Garden Club members decorate Oxford Memorial Library for the holidays

OXFORD – Tuesday afternoon marked the advent of a tradition dating back to the early 2000s. The Oxford Memorial Library stood poised as members of the Garden Club fussed about... read more...


Norwich BID hosts downtown tree lighting ceremony

Downtown Norwich came aglow with the lights of Christmas as the Business Improvement District held its annual tree lighting ceremony in West Park, with musical accompaniment b... read more...


Opinion

The Last Doll: An early Christmas present

When Oxford’s Fred Dankert passed away in March this year at the ripe old age of 83, he left behind a lifetime’s legacy in a variety of arenas. A true Renaissance man, the New... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

Holy Silent Knights, Patrollers! The Toddster has promised it and it’s finally here. The DVD Patrol has some great picks along with a certain caped crusader. I hope everyone h... read more...


Visit the Christmas Market at 6 On The Square

OXFORD – Francis K. Wilcox, Oxford artist, will be turning 6 On The Square (6OTS) into a Christmas Market again for one week. This holiday shopping venue was enthusiastically ... read more...


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