Steve Dutcher charged with stealing village vacuum cleaner
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Promoter pulls plug on Paul Simon, Boston Pops
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.
Area merchants brace for big HOF crowds
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.
Kite-flying group to gather for weekend event
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.
Poll: Voters are split on Common Core
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.
Red Cross seeks donors for annual blood drive
The area American Red Cross will be holding its annual summer Communities that Care blood drive at the Holiday Inn in Oneonta on Wednesday.
- Promoter pulls plug on Paul Simon, Boston Pops
- Local Sports
Pitcher's struggles continue vs. Oneonta as Outlaws win big
It's safe to say Paul Henshaw doesn't want anything to do with anything related to Oneonta. Henshaw, the losing pitcher in Oneonta High's 2-0 victory over Briarcliff in the 2012 Class B state title game, took the loss Monday night in the Oneonta Outlaws' 7-0 New York Collegiate Baseball League victory over the host Syracuse Junior Chiefs.
- Oneonta ousted in Dist. 6 tourney
- Summer Baseball Standings
- Area Golf Briefs
- Area Sports Briefs
- Pitcher's struggles continue vs. Oneonta as Outlaws win big
Peter S. Dokuchitz
ONEONTA -- Peter S. Dokuchitz, 86, of Oneonta, passed away on Monday, July 21, 2014, at the AO Fox Memorial Hospital. He was born Mar. 9, 1928, in Oneonta, the son of Peter D. and Julia (Kozech) Dokuchitz.
- Frederick D. Jeffers
- Harry Hugh Rice
- Susan M. Wood
- Maria Kay Brown-Moore
- Peter S. Dokuchitz
In Our Opinion: Cheers
To summer reading programs, farmers' market coupons, and free energy assessments and improvements.
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- Weddings & Engagements
- Mark Simonson
Successes, train derailment were newsmakers in July 1984
The names and accomplishments of New, Drago, Ferraro and Ono, and a train derailment in Emmons were all making news in our area during July 1984.Continued ...
- Successes, train derailment were newsmakers in July 1984
- Big Chuck
Baseball cards: Different spokes for different folks
Baseball cards as an investment? Fugetaboutit!Continued ...
- Baseball cards: Different spokes for different folks
- Chuck Pinkey
- Sam Pollak
- Cary Brunswick
'Insurgent' or 'patriot' can be hard to define
A common perception may have been that writing human history is a mere description and explanation of events. We know better now, however, that even the driest facts are colored by the language and ideology of those doing the writing.Continued ...
- 'Insurgent' or 'patriot' can be hard to define
- Justin Vernold
- Emily Popek
- Publishers Desk
Wal-Mart to cut prices more aggressively in back-to-school push
July 21, 2014
- Hospitals let patients schedule ER visits
- Starved Pennsylvania 7-year-old weighed only 25 pounds
- Wal-Mart to cut prices more aggressively in back-to-school push