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Strong evening storm causes damage throughout county

CHENANGO COUNTY – According to the Chenango County 911 dispatch records, several calls poured into the 911 call center last evening with reports of wind damage, downed trees a... read more...


Norwich PBA donates to The Place

NORWICH – The Norwich Police Benevolent Association donated $200 to The Place in Norwich this week in an effort to support the organization’s various programs for children and... read more...


Senator Tom Libous indicted on charges of lying to FBI

CHENANGO COUNTY – A federal indictment is putting heat on longstanding New York State Republican Senator Tom Libous who’s facing charges of lying to the Federal Bureau of Inve... read more...


Colonizer and Mormon leader, native of Sherburne

CLARIFICATION: The location of Young's boyhood home is on Cole Road in Smyrna, but at that time Smyrna was still a part of the Town of Sherburne. SHERBURNE – Man... read more...


Facebook assists in larceny arrests

NORWICH – Four men who allegedly stole more than $1,100 worth of goods from a business in the Town of Norwich in early June were recently arrested for grand larceny in the fou... read more...


Sports

OCO Elites win second game of season

Evening Sun Report Baseball OCO 10, Utica Post 229 6 UTICA – UTICA – The OCO Elites, a 19-and-under baseball squad, won for the second time this season Monday night at ... read more...


Opinion

Suddenly more Americanized supreme court has long way ahead to do more

By Nat Hentoff, NEA Columnist As rarely as I celebrate decisions of the Roberts Supreme Court, I certainly agree with its unanimous ruling last week that protects the priva... read more...


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