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Market woes: Nonprofit denied use of East Park for Wednesday farmers’ market

NORWICH – A proposal to have two summertime farmers’ markets in East Park in Norwich, one on Wednesdays and another on Saturdays, was turned down following a long debate among... read more...


Oxford prom court ~ 2014

Posing on the dance floor, the Oxford Junior Prom court takes it all in at The Silo on Saturday night – capturing the "Simply Elegant" theme with ease. Pictured from the lef... read more...


School budgets pass

The following was compiled by the three Evening Sun Staff Writers CHENANGO COUNTY – School districts across the county put their proposed 2014-2015 school year bud... read more...


Wrench Wranch, where the grass is blue

COVENTRYVILLE – An exciting weekend of music and friendship in a family-oriented atmosphere is on tap for all those who prefer their grass blue. The annual Penny Memoria... read more...


Community

Lake Placid champs

LAKE PLACID – The AAU Lady Vipers, a team sponsored by the Norwich YMCA, included girls from 7th, 6th, and 5th grade. The team concluded their season with a tourna... read more...


Opinion

The evolution of food

I was in a restaurant the other day, and it hit me that except for the artisan hamburger -- served with locally grown sweet potato fries on a homemade pretzel bun dressed with... read more...


Entertainment

Local musician to release albums, seeks funding

SHERBURNE – Lauren Mettler is an artist on the rise and she is looking for support from her local community. A 2006 Sherburne-Earlville graduate, Mettler is in the fine-tuning... read more...


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