While people from around the world lauded the achievements of Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday, several local residents also discussed his impact.
Otsego County has become one of the first counties in New York to tell the state it does not want its official seal used on a New York State Police web site being created to help gun owners comply with a new mandate that they renew their county-issued pistol permits.
A family of four from southern Delaware County were advised to leave their home by Millennium Pipeline workers Thursday night following what the company called a problem with the installation of an interconnection to a compressor station.
College across New York have rolled out the welcome mat to international students to the point that a new report says the state now ranks second in the nation in hosting students from other countries.
The Oneonta Police Department reminded city residents that vehicles must be off city streets when 2½ inches or more of snow have fallen, according to a media release.
This weekend feature offers a recap of the week's top local stories:
The Foothills Performing Arts & Civic Center will host a "day of giving" and open house on Sunday.
There once was a passion for skiing that was fueled by several stores on Main Street in Oneonta.
Several area law enforcement agencies announced the Friday morning arrest of a drug kingpin, according to a media release from Otsego deputies.
The Marine Corps Reserves' Dunkin' Donuts Toys for Tots Train, presented by Canadian Pacific Railway, will visit the area on Saturday as it travels across New York state delivering toys to children in need.
A variety of Otsego County leaders have agreed that the county IDA will be the key contact in its economic development.
The Otsego County Sheriffâ€™s Office is asking for the public's help to identify the suspect in a burglary investigation.
Two local organizations have distributed more than 90 new coats to children in the Otsego County area.
Santa Claus has officially come to Cooperstown, and will be greeting children and families from a cottage in Pioneer Park right up until Christmas Eve.
A Hollis Points man was arrested Friday on seven felonies, Oneonta police said.
An area knitter turned her feelings following a national tragedy into something that will benefit those in need after this holiday season.
While some area residents may be enjoying the weather this week, mild temperatures have meant delays at one local ski center.
SUNY Oneonta will hold its 2013 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony at 11 a.m. Sunday in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House.
The Otsego County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help to identify the suspect in a burglary investigation.