Cooperstown Library Offering Programming Class In February
The Village Library of Cooperstown will again offer the Raspberry Pi programming class for kids 12 and up during the Cooperstown Central Schools winter break next month.
Oneonta Tennis Court Turned Into Ice Rink
A part of Neahwa Park has been turned into an ice rink.
Hartwick College Participating In MLK Birthday Observances
Hartwick College will honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights heritage through a series of events held across campus and throughout Oneonta.
NY State Ornithological Association Waterfowl Count This Weekend
The Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society announced the annual NY State Ornithological Association waterfowl count will take place this weekend.
Lawmakers Back To Work In Albany
New York State lawmakers opened the 2018 session on Monday and one of the first issues they are considering is finding the money to pay for the items Governor Cuomo proposed in last week’s State of the State Address.
Delaware Opportunities Executive Director Killed In Car Crash
The Executive Director of Delaware Opportunities, Inc. was killed over the weekend in a car accident.
Sidney Schools Receives Farm-To-School Program Grant
The Sidney Central School District is one of 12 statewide awarded grants to increase the use of locally sourced foods in schools.
Company Licenses SUNY Oneonta Faculty Member’s Invention
A green chemistry process invented by a SUNY Oneonta faculty member has been licensed by a Geneseo-based startup company.
Middletown Board Member Killed In Tractor Accident
The Delaware County Sheriff’s office reports a well-known and respected Town of Middletown Board member was killed Friday in an accident involving a disabled farm tractor.
Cuomo Orders Flags At Half Staff For Fallen Trooper
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo directed that flags on all state government buildings be flown at half-staff on Tuesday in honor of New York State Police Trooper Michael J. Anson.