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Non-profit partnership results in assistance for handicapped

BY SAM GILLETTE Sun Staff Writer sgillette@evesun.com EARLVILLE – Going to the grocery store or a doctor's appointment may not seem like difficult tasks, but for many peopl... read more...


Bronx man, 18, arrested for crack

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), assisted by members of the Norwich Police Department, executed a “no knock” search warrant at 1:45 p.m., on April 1, 201... read more...


Funeral set for officer killed on duty

JOHNSON CITY – Funeral services for David Smith, the Johnson City police officer who was fatally shot by a medicial technician from Greene, are set for this week. ... read more...


Community pulls together for annual food drive

NORWICH – The SUNY Morrisville Human Services organization, in partnership with local volunteers, churches and community groups, is leading a charge against hunger in what's b... read more...


Plans for Norwich Centennial Parade well underway

NORWICH – With the tag line “Celebrating the past, and looking to the future,” The City of Norwich Centennial Celebration Committee is currently in the process of soliciting c... read more...


Community

Local art and history converge at arts and crafts festival

SHERBURNE – This year's Sherburne Arts & Crafts Family Festival is a revitalization of an event that was initiated in 1947, by Mariea Brown, former president of the Sherburne ... read more...


Opinion

A tax is a tax

Here is a money-making idea for you. Rent a van. Drive to Missouri. Load the van with cigarettes. Drive back and sell them in New York. Sell them for $1 less per pack than the... read more...


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