- On the Bright Side
- Jun 30, 2014
Stagecoach Run to highlight artists' work
Fine art and crafts, including a 22-foot scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, will be on display Saturday and Sunday in the Treadwell area during the 19th annual Stagecoach Run Art Festival.Continued ...
- Jun 26, 2014
Professor earns award for work on human rights
A lifelong commitment to human rights issues helped a SUNY Oneonta professor earn a state award presented Tuesday.Continued ...
- Jun 23, 2014
DAR says 'hats off' to area woman with award
New York state history, genealogy, patriotism, and especially felting, are old hat for June Preston, who drew from each of these elements to win a statewide craft award recently.Continued ...
- Jun 21, 2014
Bassett highlights men's health with 'healthy selfie' challenge
Many people are familiar with the term "selfie" (social media slang for a self portrait), but have you ever heard of a "healthy selfie?"Continued ...
- Jun 20, 2014
Drug-detecting duo decorated with academy honors
Delaware County's drug-detecting German shepherd "Ozzie" and his handler Deputy John DeMeo are a highly sought after duo.Continued ...
- Jun 18, 2014
Otsego County route adds trio of new buses
Three new buses are ready to roll on the regular Oneonta to Cooperstown routes, the result of a four-year collaborative effort between the city and Otsego County.Continued ...
- Jun 17, 2014
Thrift store wraps up season in style
At last month's annual President's Commencement Dinner at the State University College of Technology at Delhi, college president Candace Vancko complimented a female student who said she was "wearing Regalia." The word, meaning special decorative clothes worn for official ceremonies, isn't the moniker of the newest famous fashion designer or expensive brand; it's the name of SUNY Delhi's student-run thrift store, which will celebrate eleven years of operation in August.Continued ...
- Jun 16, 2014
'Path Through History' comes alive at Hanford Mills
Hanford Mills was buzzing Saturday with several community groups representing a variety of historical interests during the inaugural Community Celebration.Continued ...
- Jun 13, 2014
Students earn entry into national history contest
Cooperstown Central School will be sending three students to compete in the Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest beginning Sunday at the University of Maryland at College Park near Washington, D.C.Continued ...
- Jun 10, 2014
SUCO student selected to study brain science
While other college students are sleeping in and lounging pool-side this summer, one State University College at Oneonta student will be one of the brains behind an important research project.Continued ...
- Jun 9, 2014
7th annual Ice Cream Social was a cool success
More than 400 excited guests got the scoop Sunday on the many diverse summer youth programs offered in Oneonta and the surrounding area.Continued ...
- Jun 7, 2014
Celebration to spotlight Delaware River history
The history and various traditions of the towns of Roxbury, Andes and Middletown will be highlighted in a weekend event, organizers said Friday.Continued ...
- Jun 6, 2014
Delhi teen named Delaware Dairy Princess
A new Delaware County Dairy Princess began her reign after a coronation dinner May 31 at South Kortright Central School.Continued ...
- Jun 5, 2014
'Stories & Sounds' leap from objects, images at gallery
The Orphic Gallery in Roxbury is hosting a gala artists' reception Saturday for a photographer and sculptor whose works being exhibited have a musical theme.Continued ...
- Jun 4, 2014
Graduating scholars share stories, receive awards
While sharing memorable moments from their school experiences, Oneonta High School students on Tuesday thanked Dollars for Scholars and its donors at the program's award ceremony.Continued ...
- Jun 3, 2014
Student builds rig for Met museum
An Otsego County man was one of seven Rochester Institute of Technology students who designed, built and installed a portable camera rig last month for the internationally known Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.Continued ...
- Jun 2, 2014
Girls on the Run event draws record turnout
Decked out in bright tutus, colorful shirts and rainbow-streaked hair, more than 1,200 men, women, boys and girls gathered under the sun this weekend to participate in the 12th Annual Girls on the Run 5K run/walk marathon.Continued ...
- May 30, 2014
Concert to pay tribute to late area musician
Even though Al Gallodoro has been gone for six years, fellow musicians, students and friends say his music is still very much alive.Continued ...
- May 29, 2014
Hospital names new atrium after Bonacic
A new atrium entrance at O'Connor Hospital in Delhi was recently dedicated in honor of Senator John Bonacic, R-Mount Hope, officials said Tuesday.Continued ...
- May 28, 2014
Seniors awarded with Bassett scholarships
More than 200 years after Elizabeth and Benjamin Bassett sailed from England to New York City, two graduating Cooperstown High School seniors were given scholarships in their honor.Continued ...