- On the Bright Side
Museum to feature refurbished railroad car
The Christmas Stroll on Saturday at the village of Franklin, has an added attraction for railroad enthusiasts. The doors to the Franklin Railroad & Community Museum will be open from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.Continued ...
Schools, WSKG team up to teach girls science
The perception that girls are not good at science is changing rapidly, and many area educators are happy to expedite that change.Continued ...
Technology grows in Sidney with move toward iPad-based learning
The Sidney Central School District has implemented a 1-to-1 iPad Initiative for the 2013-14 school year, giving every student in grades 7-12 an Apple iPad to use. The technology will be utilized in conjunction with Schoology, a learning management system.Continued ...
Kindness is key for local church group
Fifty retail employees who worked on Thanksgiving were each given two dollars worth of encouragement amid the Black Friday shopping frenzy this year.Continued ...
Richfield Springs Legion commander earns state honor
A local American Legion leader was honored Saturday for his years of service to local veterans and his community.Continued ...
- Nov 18, 2013
MSO to bring holiday cheer to Main Street
Santa Claus is coming to downtown Oneonta -- along with gingerbread creations, holiday movies, horse-drawn wagon rides and dancing mice.Continued ...
- Nov 12, 2013
Artists' network opens Delhi gallery
The Catskill Mountain Artisan Guild recently opened a new location in the village of Delhi, completing another step in the creation of a regional artisans trail, officials said in a media release.Continued ...
- Nov 9, 2013
Two honored with OCCA awards
Two area residents will be honored for their environmental efforts by the Otsego County Conservation Association (OCCA) at an upcoming event.Continued ...
- Nov 8, 2013
Chobani chips in with community center
Residents of the western Otsego County hamlet of South Edmeston said Thursday they are delighted that they are getting a new community center adjacent to the South Edmeston Community Church.Continued ...
- Nov 6, 2013
Cooperstown venues to host series of films
Glimmerglass Film Days, sponsored by Otsego 2000, will take place Friday through Sunday throughout Cooperstown.Continued ...
- Nov 5, 2013
Main Street fundraiser to feature fashion, feast|
Food, fashion and fun are on the menu of a student-organized fundraiser in downtown Oneonta on Friday. Fashion for Food at the Oneonta Elks Club will feature dozens of students modeling clothes from Transitions Boutique and some of their own creations, accessories from Edward Teleky Jeweler and cosmetics by Arbonne International.Continued ...
- Oct 29, 2013
Area groups to offer Election Day meals
While candidates are polishing up their victory speeches in advance of next Tuesday's election, a different type of preparations are underway as local organizers prep for Election Day dinners.Continued ...
- Oct 28, 2013
- 'All-Star' circus shows to aid local schools
- Oct 24, 2013
Programming at SUNY Oneonta wins awards
A SUNY Oneonta student council has won four awards for work in presenting programming at the campus.Continued ...
- Oct 21, 2013
Gilbertsville man serves for five decades
A Gilbertsville man familiar with local history from the fire side has been recognized for 50 years of volunteerism and leadership.Continued ...
- Oct 19, 2013
Chamber dinner draws record crowd
A record number of people came out Thursday as the Otsego County Chamber of Commerce bestowed honors on two small businesses.Continued ...
- Oct 18, 2013
Guitar fest to bring award-winning players to area
The 2013 CGSUNY Fall Classical Guitar Festival will begin Saturday at the Fine Arts Building on the campus of SUNY Oneonta, with two sessions of recitals by members of the Classical Guitar Society of Upstate New York.Continued ...
- Oct 12, 2013
Farmers' museum to feature trove of tractors
There's a fun way to learn about the agriculture in the daily life of central New York this weekend at the The Farmerâ€™s Museum in Cooperstown.Continued ...
- Oct 11, 2013
Cooperstown grad, 18, starts business
Many high school students graduate with only an idea of what they might want to be "when they grow up." But Abby Wilcox of Cooperstown is not a typical 18-year-old. She had already launched her online, home-based catering business called Coopcakes before she graduated from Cooperstown Central School.Continued ...
- Oct 10, 2013
Iconic rock images to take center stage at Roxbury gallery
ROXBURY -- The work of veteran photographer Allan Tannenbaum reveals the eye of an artist behind the lens that captured the many poignant portraits he has produced.Continued ...
- Museum to feature refurbished railroad car