- Reporter's Notebook
- May 25, 2013
Dr. Davis learns more every day about Bassett
When Dr. John Davis first arrived at what is now called Bassett Medical Center, a first-class postage stamp cost three cents, President Dwight Eisenhower occupied the White House and a young woman named Norma Jean Mortenson had just changed her name to Marilyn Monroe.Continued ...
- May 18, 2013
New website highlights all Schoharie offers
ABC Creative Group recently refreshed Schoharie County's tourism website, www.upstatevacations.com, with cutting-edge and mobile-friendly updates. The Schoharie County Planning and Development domain directs tourists to numerous destinations in the county, inviting them to find "Something Unexpected," according to a media release.Continued ...
- May 4, 2013
Teachers say Afton boy was funny, smart
Craig A. Gohl was an ``amazing storyteller,'' who had ``a lot to offer the world,'' an administrator at Afton Central School said Thursday.Continued ...
- Apr 27, 2013
Bike-track foes gird for battle
Neighbors opposed to the New York Safety Track -- a motorcycle training facility set to open next month in Delaware County -- say they aren't giving up without a fight.Continued ...
- Apr 20, 2013
New direction for land-grant education
Among those in Albany earlier this month to celebrate the Cornell land-grant legacy at the state Department of Education was the 4-H FIRST Robotics team from Otsego County, according to a media release.Continued ...
- Apr 13, 2013
- Tourism agency trying to spread knowledge
- Mar 30, 2013
Missing woman case was cracked by sawmill owner
Some owners of rural tracts of land visit their property only infrequently. Richard Hayner of the Chenango County town of Plymouth is not among them.Continued ...
- Mar 23, 2013
- DEP newsletter is filled with useful tidbits
- Mar 16, 2013
Database portal a nice effort, but has flaws
The new Open NY website is, on its face, a terrific idea: Take as many databases as possible and establish a single web portal for them.Continued ...
- Mar 9, 2013
Appraisal proves area woman made smart purchase
B.L. of Oneonta said in the March issue of Country Living magazine that she spent $500 for a little chest of drawers at an antiques show.Continued ...
- Mar 3, 2013
Chenango TV report misses key attribution
My late father’s birthday came and went the other day, which got me to thinking about how much I see the world through his eyes, and not because I attempt to do so.Continued ...
- Feb 23, 2013
- A lot on tap for Unadilla Valley's 10th anniversary
- Feb 16, 2013
- English farmersgoing it aloneon broadband
- Feb 9, 2013
- Taking a closer look at mayor's numbers
- Feb 2, 2013
- Trepidation flows through pipeline that exists only on maps
- Jan 26, 2013
- Cuomo's budget could be worse, officials say
- Jan 19, 2013
Invaders are no strangers to our area
Most people, when they think of invasive species these days, probably think of Burmese pythons slithering wild in the Florida Everglades.Continued ...
- Jan 5, 2013
- New Year bringsnew maneuversfor old disputes
- Dec 29, 2012
- Christmas feast is a gracious gift to Stamford
- Dec 22, 2012
- Development funding is a complex process