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Special needs boy missing in Cooperstown
Cooperstown police are looking for a missing 5-year-old special-needs boy who went missing this morning.
- HOF Classic cancelled HOF Classic has been rained out.
Storm won't stop Winter Carnival, co-chair says
Forecasts for a storm Friday haven't changed plans for the Cooperstown Winter Carnival, according to Sarah Lewandowski, co-chair of the event.
Weather causing closings and delays at area schools
Cooperstown to dismiss at 11:30 a.m. Milford to close at 12:30 p.m. Opening delayed at CV-S.
Letter sent to CCS parents regarding threat at elementary school
The following letter was sent to parents in the Cooperstown Central School district today:
No players elected on Hall of Fame ballot
It's going to be a rough summer for Coopertown merchants who count on an influx of fans attending the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in July.
An update from Sarah Groff's parents:
The Cooperstown Crier received the following update from Oympian Sarah Groff's parents:
Boys to play at 4 p.m.
Section Three Class C champion Cooperstown will play at 4 p.m. Saturday against Section Four winner Elmira Notre Dame in a state quarterfinal at Le Moyne College.
It was announced following Cooperstown’s 72-58 victory over Beaver River in the Class C final Sunday at the Carrier Dome that the game would start at noon. It is also listed in the print edition as starting at noon.
Elmira Notre Dame (19-2) beat Groton, 60-54, Saturday in the Section Four final.
Cooperstown is 20-1.
Correction: Cooperstown boys to play Sunday
The Cooperstown boys basketball team will face Beaver River at the Carrier Dome at 11 a.m. Sunday in Syracuse. The date was incorrect in a story in today's print editions.
Mayor will not seek second term
Barring a challenge from an independent candidate, it appears Village Trustee Jeff Katz will become the next mayor of Cooperstown.
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