In sports: The Cooperstown Hawkeyes ended their Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League season with a 4-4 tie against the visiting Amsterdam Mohawks as Wednesday’s regular-season finale was called after nine innings because of darkness.
In 1987, Bernie Williams was practicing switch-hitting when he spent a summer playing with the Oneonta Yankees. Tonight, after rising into the majors and a career as a New York center fielder, Williams returns as guitarist with his all-star band to perform the sounds and rhythms of jazz, blues, rock and other genres in a style he prefers not to limit with a label.
Also: A Utica woman was arrested Wednesday on charges of stealing about $14,000 from an local 82-year-old woman, state police at Oneonta said.
In sports: For the eighth time in the last nine years, the record for catching the largest brook trout in New York has been broken. On May 16, a fisherman from Mayfield caught a 6-pound, 22.5-inch brook trout in Silver Lake in the southern Adirondacks.