Otsego County Man Charged with Sexual Assault
A Town of New Lisbon man will be back in court next Wednesday after being arrested yesterday for first degree criminal sexual act, 1st degree sexual abuse, and 4th degree criminal possession of marijuana.
Hartwick President Named to National Steering Committee
Hartwick College President Margaret Drugovich has been named to a new steering committee of college and university presidents that will assess the future of independent colleges.
Baseball Hall of Fame Legends to Visit Schoharie County School
As part of the 75th anniversary of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, three Hall of Fame legends will share the lessons they learned with the next generation of athletes in Central New York.
Narcotic Abuse Legislation Passes NY Senate
State Senator James Seward has announced senate passage of a package of legislation to fight the growing heroin and opioid abuse epidemic.
Sentencing Scheduled in Otsego County Manslaughter Case
Sentencing is scheduled for August 4th for Michael Buck after the former Middlefield man pled guilty in Otsego County Court to one charge of first degree manslaughter.
Baseball Hall of Fame to Mark 75th Anniversary with Celebration
COOPERSTOWN, NY – On June 12th 1939, the inaugural classes of the Baseball Hall of Fame were inducted on the front steps of what was then known as the National Baseball Museum.
State Wants to Return $12.5 Billion to New Yorkers
New Yorkers can find out if they are owed some of the state’s $12.5 billion in unclaimed funds at events across the state in June.
Self-Esteem Program Concludes with Cooperstown 5K Run
The ten week program that teaches young girls about self-esteem and making good choices came to an end yesterday with the Girls on the Run 5k at the Clark Sports Center in Cooperstown.
Charlotte Valley Teacher Charged with Rape
A Davenport Center woman was charged Thursday with third-degree rape involving a ,victim younger than 17, third-degree criminal sexual act and endangering the welfare of a child.
Oneonta Bill Would Provide Tax Exemptions for Housing Investors
State Senator James Seward has announced final legislative approval of a bill he sponsored authorizing the City of Oneonta Common Council to provide tax exemptions for those investing in the city’s housing stock.