This weekend feature offers a recap of the week’s top local stories:
Singing, dancing and speeches bridged the past and present Sunday during a program in Oneonta honoring the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
In sports: Tournament MVP Hunter Sowersby had a big first quarter, and Sidney’s boys held their 11th-straight basketball opponent to fewer than 50 points in winning the title game of the Dick White Tournament, 61-45, Saturday at Cooperstown.
Sowersby scored 11 of his game-high 18 points as Sidney took a 22-10 lead after one quarter.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed in his State of the State address that New York raise the minimum wage by $1.50 an hour to $8.75. But the idea isn’t getting much support among area legislators.
In sports: Oneonta High graduate Madie Harlem became the ninth player in Hamilton College women’s basketball history to score 1,000 points.
Harlem, a senior guard, scored her season high of 27 points to lead Hamilton to an improbable 56-55 New England Small College Athletic Conference victory at Middlebury on Friday.
A former Covidien plant worker was arraigned Tuesday on a top-grade felony charge after authorities accused him of taking oxycodone out of the plant and selling it to his half-brother -- who is now cooperating with investigators.
In sports: McKenna Hungerford finished off a 14-point night by completing a three-point play with one second left in overtime to lift visiting Morris to a 52-49 non-league girls basketball victory over Stamford on Tuesday.
A lone thief, displaying what a teller believed was a firearm, pulled off a midday robbery Wednesday at a bank located in the busiest junction of Sharon Springs, prompting a brief lockdown at a local school, state police reported.
In sports: Nicole Cring’s triple-double led Cooperstown’s girls to a 40-26 basketball victory over the host school in the consolation game of the Vernon-Vernona-Sherrill Tournament on Wednesday. Cring finished with 11 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocks.
SUNY Oneonta reopened Matteson Hall to students, a little more than a week after a fire displaced its 175 residents.
After making repairs in the dormitory, arranging temporary housing and transportation, among other adjustments, recovery efforts were restoring a more normal life on campus and reflected a team spirit and sense of community, college officials said Thursday.
In sports: Miquela Hanselman and Kayla Craft led by example Thursday. Hanselman finished with a game-high 13 points and Craft contributed 11 as undefeated South Kortright cruised to a 39-28 girls basketball victory at