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Two more COVID-19 cases were reported in Chenango County on Sunday, May 31, bringing the total of confirmed cases in the county to 132. Chenan…

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COVID-19 cases in Chenango County jumped by four Saturday, May 30, bringing the total of confirmed cases in the county to 130. Chenango was th…

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With the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League canceling its 2020 season because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Oneonta Outlaws owner Gary Laing …

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ALBANY — By April, New York’s new license plate design was supposed to be available to drivers registering vehicles across the state.

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ALBANY — With New York moving forward with the reopening of hundreds of businesses, some lawmakers say it’s time to restore the Legislature’s …

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As the first of New York’s 10 regions prepare for the first phase of reopening under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s New York on PAUSE executive order, pl…

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ALBANY — New sales tax data released by the state shows New York counties are reaping far less revenue so far this year following the Cuomo ad…

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The Department of New York American Legion Baseball Committee announced the cancellation of the 2020 Senior and Junior Tournaments due to the …

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Cooperstown residents joined local first responders and emergency personnel in hosting a parade Wednesday evening outside Bassett Medical Cent…

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ALBANY — Restarting New York’s economy will have to be a “gradual, phased process” — with much greater availability of rapid testing for the C…

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ALBANY — New York’s biggest concentration of COVID-19 deaths has come at state-licensed nursing homes — though the state has so far opted to k…

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The total number of local residents to test positive for COVID-19 surpassed 130 Tuesday, April 7, according to county data.

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ALBANY — New York's non-essential businesses and schools must now stay closed through Wednesday, April 29, even as COVID-19 deaths appear to b…

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 ALBANY — Now that lawmakers have approved a $177 billion state budget, the question has become: What, if anything during the pandemic, will t…

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While large gatherings are not safe because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Students Against Destructive Decisions is nonetheless aiming to do its p…