- On the Bright Side
- 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 ...
- May 27, 2014
State funds to help grow local farm markets
Twenty thousand dollars' worth of seed money has been allotted to grow two local farm-to-market programs, according to a media release from the governor's office.Continued ...
- May 24, 2014
Local teachers honored for scientific expertise
Three area teachers that have shown a passion for inspiring students have been chosen to receive the Numann Technology Center's STEM Teacher Awards.Continued ...
- May 23, 2014
Milford history group to feature fiddling, fun
Fiddle music, fun and history will help the Greater Milford Historical Association open its summer season today.Continued ...
- May 22, 2014
Bassett, Beekman Boys honor area volunteers
Friends of Bassett Medical Center and the "Fabulous Beekman Boys" gathered Wednesday for a luncheon honoring more than 150 dedicated volunteers.Continued ...
- May 21, 2014
Area mother, daughter keep nonprofit's hope alive
Messages of hope and support to those in need will continue to come from Cooperstown thanks to the efforts of two local residents.Continued ...
- May 20, 2014
Columbia-Bassett program's first class to graduate
More than four years ago, 10 pre-med students took a leap of faith and became the first individuals to enroll in the Columbia-Bassett Medical School Program.Continued ...
- May 19, 2014
Camporee's top award goes to Worcester Boy Scout troop
A Worcester Boy Scout Troop earned the top award at a recent camporee.Continued ...
- May 17, 2014
Lamb named Dicky is on local lawyer's docket
A newborn lamb found himself taking trips to two local courthouses this week, all because he was rejected by his mother sheep and a Schoharie County lawyer is filling in as surrogate mother.Continued ...
- May 16, 2014
SUNY Oneonta AD has her eyes on the prize
A national award announced this week proved that SUNY Oneonta's athletics department has its head in the game and is in good hands.Continued ...
- May 15, 2014
Bassett's stroke center meets gold standard
Bassett Medical Center has earned "gold" for its performance in the treatment of strokes, officials said Wednesday.Continued ...
- May 14, 2014
Publisher honors professor for online grad program
A steady diet of hard work and determination has allowed a State University College at Oneonta professor to be nationally recognized for her management of an online higher education program.Continued ...
- May 13, 2014
Pantry sets 'Ode to Joy' as tone for fundraiser
A film about a Beethoven masterwork will be the focal point of a fundraiser for the Cooperstown Food Pantry on Sunday night, when organizers also will present a performance of "Ode to Joy."Continued ...
- May 12, 2014
Open house highlights community garden possibilities
Giving flowers for Mother's Day isn't uncommon, but how about starting a garden instead?Continued ...
- May 9, 2014
Fenimore, LEAF team up for art exhibit
Beginning tonight, Cooperstown's Fenimore Art Museum will feature its first exhibit of community art, organizers said Thursday.Continued ...
- May 8, 2014
Single mom's hard work pays off with award
Melanie Mueller said she worked 90 hours a week, volunteered in her community and took care of her two daughters all while earning her bachelor's degree online from the State University of New York at Canton.Continued ...