The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has concluded that a draft report on the environmental impacts of the proposed Constitution Pipeline is "insufficient," and that a potential option of co-locating the transmission line along Interstate 88 "has not been fully evaluated."
â€œItâ€™s a very exciting time for us,â€� Sidney Mayor Andrew Matviak said about receiving state approval for more than $28 million for flood mitigation projects. The funding still requires federal authorization, but local officials expected that would be forthcoming.
Two local young women have earned the highest award in Girl Scouting after spending more than 80 hours working on projects to impact their communities.
More than 100 students in SUNY Delhi's hospitality management program will join forces on Thursday to present a gourmet four-course dinner, organizers said Monday.
The topic on which a Hartwick College student wrote an award-winning essay was the inspiration for her to return to school after 35 years, she said Wednesday.
A sex offender from Delaware County was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly removed a monitoring device from his body and hid in a Hamden residence.
Two young trees planted near the intersection of Market and Lower Main Street recently were vandalized, the mayor said Wednesday.
No date has been announced for the closure of the inpatient psychiatric unit at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown. Bassett is completing necessary paperwork and awaiting a response from the state Office of Mental Health, Bassett spokeswoman Karen Huxtable said Wednesday.
The city's Airport Commission will meet at Oneonta City Hall, 258 Main St., at 4 p.m. today.
The growing local, state and national problem of heroin use will be the focus of an upcoming forum in Oneonta
A "precious jewel" of local history has been polished up to a new shine by an area author.
The Oneonta Common Council passed motions initiating a search for a city manager and a review of the City Charter, among other business during a meeting in City Hall on Tuesday night. Also, the mayor and some council members raised concerns about the impact of the pending closure of the inpatient psychiatric unit at Bassett Medical Center, quizzing the police and fire chiefs who were present to give monthly department reports.
RICHMONDVILLE -- The Schoharie County Board of Supervisors heard strong public sentiment Tuesday night in favor of bringing a Las Vegas-style casino to the county, though some residents gave the proposal a chilly reception.
The controversial New York Safety Track in Harpersfield will face significant limitations on attendance and engine sizes when it opens this year after the facility lost the latest round of a legal battle initiated by neighboring home owners.
Flood watches were set Tuesday for Otsego, Delaware and Chenango counties, but officials said they had no reports of flooding or related problems by 4:30 p.m.
One of the most controversial components of the New York SAFE Act -- mandatory registration of assault weapons -- kicks in today. Those who fail to comply could end up facing criminal charges.
More than 70 little ones gathered at SUNY Oneonta's Science Discovery Center on Saturday to learn about a world far littler than their own.
The search for the city's second city manager, a review of the charter and a penalty for unregistered vacant properties will be among topics addressed at the Common Council meeting tonight.
Petitions for one of three open seats on the Oneonta City School District Board of Education are due by 4 p.m. April 30, District Clerk Eileen Lishansky said.
Members of the Oneonta Jewish community said that they did not feel the shootings in Kansas were of particular concern to this area.