The Catskill Recreation Center recently received funds from O’Connor Hospital to develop an accessible community trail in Arkville.
Gilbertsville-Mount Upton Central School District was named a School of Distinction by the College for Every Student Brilliant Pathways in recognition of its achievements during the 2018-2019 school year.
ALBANY — Raising the stakes in a tense battle over a pipeline project, Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened to cancel the operating certificate of National Grid — one of New York’s biggest utility firms — for the downstate region after the company refused to provide new natural gas connections.
ARKVILLE — Nearly 40 local children clambered aboard the Delaware & Ulster Railroad for a train ride through the Catskills on Tuesday in celebration of the kickoff of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Otsego and Delaware counties.
At age 21, Oneonta's Clark Oliver will be one of the youngest legislators in New York, and the youngest ever on the Otsego County Board of Representatives.
ALBANY — New York's new law allowing undocumented immigrants to qualify for driver's licenses remained intact Friday after a federal judge tossed out a lawsuit brought by Erie County Clerk Mickey Kearns, one of numerous officials fighting its implementation.
St. Mary's Food Pantry at 39 Walnut St. in Oneonta will celebrate its 40th anniversary from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14.
A former town supervisor in Greene County is one of two men facing felony charges with fraud relating to grants extended to Prattsville in the wake of Hurricane Irene, according to a media release from the U.S. Department of Justice.
ALBANY — Citing New York legislation that gives farmworkers the right to join unions, a coalition of labor organizations is waging a campaign to pressure yogurt maker Chobani, a major upstate employer, to protect the rights of agricultural workers to organize.
The city of Oneonta Planning Commission unanimously approved the site plan application for the proposed Lofts on Dietz at a special meeting held Wednesday night, Nov. 6, according to a media release.
COOPERSTOWN — Otsego County has opted out of a national class-action lawsuit on opioid litigation, preferring instead a New York-coordinated effort.
SCHENEVUS -- School district taxpayers and community members packed the gym of Schenevus Central School on Wednesday for a forum with district and state officials to discuss the future of the district.
COOPERSTOWN — The day after the first concert in the 50th season of the Cooperstown Concert Series, a panel of series organizers gave a talk about the history of the performances.
COOPERSTOWN -- Members of the public will get their say next month about Otsego County's plan to hire a county administrator, as the Board of Representatives has set a public hearing for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, in the county meeting room on the second floor at 197 Main St.
The Oneonta Common Council at its Tuesday, Nov. 5, meeting authorized the sale of city-owned property on Dietz Street, pushing the lofts on Dietz Street project forward.
ALBANY — As the rate of teenage vaping of nicotine and marijuana soars across New York, state lawmakers are scrambling to package bills to address not only that epidemic but cigarette smoking as well.
The seven-member Unatego Central School Board of Education unanimously voted to sell the former Otego Elementary building to Oneonta Christian Academy at its Monday night meeting. The 95-student, K-12 school offered $100,000 for the 34,196-square-foot building at 353 Main St.
Voters across the area will go to the polls Tuesday to elect state Supreme Court justices and a variety of local officials. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
New York’s Winter Weather Awareness Week began Sunday, Nov. 3, and according to local National Weather Service observer Dave Mattice, unseasonably cold temperatures are in the near future.
This Week's Circulars
STAMFORD - Gene F. Muthig, 86, passed away early Friday morning, Nov. 8, 2019, at his home. He was born on July 8, 1933, in Liberty, son of Catherine Muthig. He married Mary Skidmore on Sept. 20, 1953. She was his beloved wife for 59 years until her passing on Nov. 21, 2012. Gene is survived…
WEST WINFIELD - Gisela Hofmeister, of West Winfield, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Nov. 7, 2019. She was born Feb. 19, 1944. She was a former resident of Brewster. She later retired with her husband to West Winfield. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Adolf Hofmeister; so…
GILBOA - Karl Leo Kohler Sr., 72, formerly of Gilboa, who was living in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, passed away on Nov. 8, 2019, at his residence. He was born on Jan. 27, 1947, in Gilboa, the son of Miles and Hazel (Brownell) Kohler. He served in the United States Marine Corp from 1967 to …
- Kmart parent to close 96 stores, including Sidney's
- Fire engulfs church built in 1880s
- Schenevus debates school merger, dissolution
- Cake connoisseurs find sweet home in ice cream shop
- Franklin to allow beer, wine in restaurants
- Election results 2019
- Unatego shuts out Little Falls, advances to first-ever state final four
- New Rep. Oliver, D-Oneonta, is youngest in county board's history
- Update: Missing girls have been found
- Police Blotter: Nov. 6, 2019