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49th annual Rolling Antiquer's Auto Show rolls int town

NORWICH – Thousands of car buffs are expected to visit the Chenango County Fairgrounds this Memorial Day weekend for the display of American pride as the Rolling Antiquers Old... read more...


President Obama in Cooperstown, promotes tourism

COOPERSTOWN – President Barack Obama visited the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown on Thursday and became the first sitting president to do so. His appe... read more...


Drawbacks of 'baby talk'

By Rachel Ballin, Evening Sun contributor Recently, I had a friend comment on the exquisite verbal skills of my middle wee one. She’s nineteen months old and is my little p... read more...


House fire closed State Highway 23

NEW BERLIN – At 3:59 a.m. on Friday, a call was made to 911 to report a fire at a two story, wood framed house on State Highway 23, just east of the Chenango County line. Ac... read more...


Outgoing NCSD board member questions voters, voter turnout

NORWICH – Outgoing Norwich City School Board member Tom Morrone was given a congratulatory send-off at a regular meeting of the board on Thursday, but not without saying a few... read more...


Oxford Farmers' Market: fresh from your neighbors

OXFORD – Local producers in Oxford welcome everybody back for another great season at the Oxford Farmers’ Market, on Saturdays, 9 am to 12 noon, in Lafayette Park, at Ro... read more...


Making hard choices

Speaker John Boehner talks a good game about pushing immigration reform. He told a recent fundraiser in Las Vegas that he was "hell-bent on getting this done this year," repor... read more...


Community

Pathfinder plans to build health clinic in Edmeston

EDMESTON – The Pathfinder Village Board of Directors announces plans to build a new $1.2 million community healthcare center in Edmeston to honor the life’s work of William F... read more...


Joint worship, picnic to honor church history

BY SAMI GILLETTE Sun Staff sgillette@evesun.com NORWICH – Three churches will honor their history and a legacy of inter-denominational cooperation on Sunday, June 15. Both ... read more...


Colorscape announces scholarship

CHENANGO COUNTY – Once again, Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival is pleased to offer the Francis K. Wilcox Scholarship Awards for Emerging Artists. The scholarships... read more...


Chenango SPCA: Who we are & what we do

Editor’s Note: The following was submitted by Annette Clarke, Executive Director of the Chenango SPCA. Who we are and what we do There are many misconceptions about... read more...


Master falconer Rick West to present art of the bird at Sherburne art show

SHERBURNE – This year the Sherburne Arts & Crafts Family Festival (June 14, Gaines Park, Sherburne) will host a special "artist:" Master Falconer Rick West, of Adams, Ne... read more...


Opinion

All gave some, some gave all

Editor’s Note: The following is Sun Staff Writer Matthew White’s piece on Memorial Day, in light of the upcoming holiday. If you are new to America and you go by what you s... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol: What's new for the summer season?

By Todd Campbell Correspondent Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the Theater, Patrollers! Just as we've been promising, the Toddster has been busy catching t... read more...


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