- On the Bright Side
- Feb 4, 2014
School, car dealer to team up, teach technology
The final touches are being placed on a Thursday-morning program that will bring cutting edge automobile technology to participating students at Delaware Academy middle and high schools.Continued ...
- Feb 3, 2014
10th Chili Bowl sees 600 guests
The 10th annual Chili Bowl cook-off and fundraiser seemed to be the hottest place to be in Oneonta on Sunday. The Wilber Mansion was packed with more than 600 community members, visitors, politicians, musicians, artists, restaurant-owners, college students and even a couple of lovebirds.Continued ...
- Feb 1, 2014
Store crew offers 'condo,' care for cats
What started as a trip to the local Home Depot, turned into an unexpected gift Friday for a Jefferson woman.Continued ...
- Jan 31, 2014
Artisans guild's classes on singing take shape
Starting Monday, interested area residents can get a fresh taste of an old-fashioned tradition by going to singing school.Continued ...
- Jan 29, 2014
SUNY Delhi adds master's program
SUNY Delhi is on its way to offering the university's first graduate degree program, college officials said Tuesday.Continued ...
- Jan 28, 2014
Delhi ice skating rink to open Saturday
If all goes according to plan, residents of Delhi and surrounding areas will soon be "chilling out" on a community ice skating rink, organizers said Monday.Continued ...
- Jan 27, 2014
Between 500 and 700 expectedat CANO'sChili Bowl
More than 450 colorful bowls sit on shelves at Carriage House Arts Studios, ready and waiting to be filled over and over at the 10th annual Chili Bowl cook-off and fundraiser on Feb. 2 at Wilber Mansion.Continued ...
- Jan 25, 2014
Graduate, CEO to speak at Hartwick commencement
A 1983 Hartwick College graduate who has gone on to head a top insurance company will deliver this year's college commencement speech.Continued ...
- Jan 24, 2014
Area student, 16, starts shoe-donation charity
Most 16-year-olds don't have their own charity organization. Cooperstown junior Christina Noto is the exception.Continued ...
- Jan 23, 2014
Assemblyman, wife honored for service to Schoharie school
Many years of service to a Schoharie Central School club earned Assemblyman Pete Lopez and his wife, Lisa, recognition at a recent board of education meeting.Continued ...
- Jan 22, 2014
Orchestra plans pair of winter concerts
Fresh from completing a successful fund-raising campaign, the Little Delaware Youth Ensemble has two upcoming concerts, two of those involved with the organization said Tuesday.Continued ...
- Jan 21, 2014
Radio crew raises funds for vandalized field
Three Townsquare Media radio stations drummed up about $10,500 in two hours Monday to help the Oneonta Little League rebuild from vandalism this past weekend.Continued ...
- Jan 15, 2014
SUNY Delhi students say 'Ciao!' from Italy
As you read this, 13 architectural technology students from SUNY Delhi are gazing upon the Piazza del Popolo, the Spanish Steps, the church of Santa Maria Maggiore and other celebrated architectural and historical sites in Rome.Continued ...
- Jan 13, 2014
Schoharie farmer nomination gets good reviews
Farm advocates have joined politicians applauding the nomination of a Schoharie County farmer as state agriculture commissioner. Richard A. Ball of Schoharie Valley Farms, a 200-acre family farm, was nominated Thursday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to be the next commissioner of the Department of Agriculture and Markets.Continued ...
- Jan 11, 2014
Area hotelier appointed to statewide board
A Cooperstown innkeeper will have a chance to help out his industry statewide thanks to his recently announced appointment to the New York State Hospitality & Tourism Association's Board of Directors.Continued ...
- Jan 10, 2014
Area schools face off in academic tournament
A team of students from Oneonta High School had a chance to shine Thursday when they won this year's Upstate Academic Competition.Continued ...
- Jan 9, 2014
SUNY Delhi online program earns U.S. News' top honors
Among hundreds of colleges across the nation offering online bachelor's programs, SUNY Delhi's program is the cream of the crop, according to U.S. News & World Report.Continued ...
- Jan 6, 2014
OCCA offering camp scholarship contest
Area students with creative ideas for the environment could win themselves a free trip to camp this summer through a local program.Continued ...
- Jan 3, 2014
Area man turns pond into hockey rink
On the same day 105,491 hockey fans gathered in Ann Arbor, Mich., for the National Hockey League's popular Winter Classic game, Oneonta hockey enthusiasts held their own version of the New Year's Day game, thanks to a local man's pond.Continued ...
- Dec 20, 2013
National Weather Service honors 50-year volunteer
When Lester Constable of Unadilla woke up one day 50 years ago, he had no idea he was about to start a new job as a cooperative weather observer for the National Weather Service.Continued ...