Self-Esteem Program Concludes with Cooperstown 5K Run
The ten week program that teaches young girls about self-esteem and making good choices came to an end yesterday with the Girls on the Run 5k at the Clark Sports Center in Cooperstown.
Charlotte Valley Teacher Charged with Rape
A Davenport Center woman was charged Thursday with third-degree rape involving a ,victim younger than 17, third-degree criminal sexual act and endangering the welfare of a child.
Oneonta Bill Would Provide Tax Exemptions for Housing Investors
State Senator James Seward has announced final legislative approval of a bill he sponsored authorizing the City of Oneonta Common Council to provide tax exemptions for those investing in the city’s housing stock.
Deposit Woman in Serious Condition After Motorcycle Accident
Delaware County deputies investigated a motorcycle accident Monday on State Highway 10 in the Town of Tompkins.
Baseball Academics Attend Cooperstown Symposium
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum presents the 26th Annual Symposium on Baseball and American Culture today through Friday in Cooperstown.
Hartwick Professor Receives More Funding to Continue Autism Research
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology at Hartwick College, Dr. Anthony Russo has received another grant from the Autism Research Institute (ARI) in the amount of $5,520.
Oneonta HS Student Goes Behind the Scenes of State Government
State Senator James Seward recently welcomed Oneonta High School student Sophia Wang to Albany for the 14th annual Students Inside Albany conference sponsored by the League of Women Voters of New York State Education Foundation.
Teen Arrested for Swastika Vandalism in Greene
State Police at Norwich arrested a 14 year-old-male of Chenango Forks for first degree aggravated harassment of property.
SUNY Oneonta Students Donate Items to Community and Charities
Futons, rugs, clothing, appliances, electronics and other items was distributed to Oneonta charities and community members this week during SUNY Oneonta’s first Move-Out Donation & Reuse Program.
Baseball Hall of Fame Classic This Weekend
Cooperstown will be covered with red, white, and blue this weekend as the first 5,000 fans to enter Doubleday Field for the Hall of Fame Classic will receive an American flag.