Finding Out The Health Issues That Matter Most To Delaware County
The Delaware County Public Health Department is conducting an online survey. Its purpose is to determine what residents believe are the most important health related issues.
A Former Area Priest Made This Week’s Crime News…Find Out Why!
Gregory Weider, a Roman Catholic priest who served in Margaretville and Andes, has been named as “credibly accused” of sexual abuse against minors.
Raise Money For A Volunteer FD While Enjoying Planes and Pancakes
This Saturday, May 21st will be the first of five scheduled fly-in breakfast fundraisers for the Middlefield Volunteer Fire Department.
Who Says History Is Boring? Wait Until You See What’s In Downtown Oneonta
The Oneonta History Center is re-opening after a four month closure for renovations.
Find Out Why A Mask Mandate Has Returned For One Local College
SUNY Oneonta administrators re-imposed a campus wide mask mandate following a sharp rise in COVID 19 cases
This Week’s Crime News: A Stabbing, A State Police Sting And More
Investigations are continuing by the New York Attorney General’s Office and the state Commission of Corrections after an inmate was found unconscious inside his Otsego County jail cell. Corrections officers performed CPR but the man was pronounced dead after being taken to Bassett Medical Center.
A Brand New Summer Feast In Oneonta To Celebrate The Environment
A new organization called the Susquehanna Headwaters Environmental Collaborative will be sponsoring two events on Saturday, July 9th in Oneonta’s Neahwa Park. The Eco-Fair will kick off at 11 a.m. and run until 4 p.m. and the Eco-Feast happens from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Chenango County Wine, Beer And Food Festival A Can’t Miss Event
Commerce Chenango is inviting the public to eat, drink and be merry at the Chenango County Wine, Beer and Food Festival. The event is scheduled for Saturday, July 30 at the Chenango County Fairgrounds in Norwich.
What’s Going On In Oneonta’s Huntington Park? Well, The Kids Will Be Happy
Work has resumed on the $1,500,000 renovation of Oneonta’s Huntington Park following a winter hiatus. A bulldozer and excavator are clearing trees and grading the hillside scramble as part of Phase 2 of the project.
An Oneonta Man May Be Locked Up For The Next 50 Years. Find Out Why…
Otsego County District Attorney John Muehl says Bradley C. Cook of Oneonta, 21, is facing up to 50 years in prison following his conviction of multiple sex crimes against a child. According to Muehl, a jury found Cook guilty of engaging in sex acts on two occasions with a child younger than 11 years old.