Is there anything that could possibly be more important to a bunch of avid young baseball players who find themselves in the vicinity of Cooperstown than a visit to the Baseball Hall of Fame?
All efforts have been made to provide a safe and secure weekend for visitors to the upcoming Baseball Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies, several involved said.
While books may not be on the menu of an Oneonta-based lunch program, they will be nearby today.
A Gilbertsville physician's assistant and the church he attends are hosting a fundraiser next month for a cause close to their hearts.
Rich McCaffery and Robin Schneider are among Cooperstown area residents now making other plans for Aug. 2 after finding out a benefit concert for the National Baseball Hall of Fame was abruptly cancelled by the Los Angeles-based organizer of the event.
Sales tax collections have inched higher in Otsego County in the six months of half of 2014, surpassing last year's revenue at the halfway point by nearly $300,000, according to the latest tally examined by The Daily Star.
A town of Sherburne man was arrested for rape Saturday, according to a media release from the Chenango County Sheriff's Office.
A Chenango County emergency squad will be able to purchase a new ambulance thanks to hefty federal funding, according to a Monday announcement from Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand.
A town of Laurens couple are homeless after a fire destroyed their trailer Monday, local officials said.
A Binghamton woman was arrested on a sealed indictment Monday on drug charges, Oneonta city police said.
An Aug 2 gala concert featuring the Boston Pops and Grammy winning recording artist Paul Simon that was slated to benefit the National Baseball Hall of Fame on its 75th anniversary was abruptly canceled Monday, with no explanation offered by the event's organizer and promoter.
The streets of Cooperstown will be busy with tourists attending activities at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum this weekend, and several merchants said they expect a major league difference in business compared to last year.
If you are in Laurens on Saturday and someone tells you to "go fly a kite," it could be an offer to get involved in a fun pastime, two organizers said Monday.
A majority of likely voters in upstate New York want to stop implementation of the controversial Common Core standards in public schools, a poll by Siena College reported Monday.
The area American Red Cross will be holding its annual summer Communities that Care blood drive at the Holiday Inn in Oneonta on Wednesday.
The Oneonta Common Council rejected the idea of including community members on the committee searching for a city manager, primarily because the process is underway.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame said today that a gala concert Aug. 2 featuring the Boston Pops and veteran recording artist Paul Simon, among other performers, was canceled by the Los Angeles-based organizer of the event.
It is hard to imagine two Supreme Court justices who differ on cases more often than liberal Ruth Bader Ginsburg and conservative Antonin Scalia. Ginsburg's dissent of the majority opinion in the recent Hobby Lobby religious exemption case was particularly blistering and vituperative.
Baseball will be taking center stage in Cooperstown over Hall of Fame Weekend. And, as always, the community and its environs will be featuring a range of events and activities, both baseball and non-baseball related.
Mayor Dick Miller has called a special meeting of the Common Council for tonight at 7 p.m., according to a Saturday release from a city official.