- Local News
- Thursday, January 23, 2014
Renert indicted on attempted murder
Burglary suspect Barry Renert has been indicted and arraigned on three charges, including attempted murder.Continued ...
Manor bidder questions rival's record
A nursing home administrator whose company is in contention to buy the Otsego Manor said Friday the deal offered by her firm would create far less risk for Otsego County taxpayers than the one submitted by a competitor that is now the high bidder at $18.5 million.Continued ...
Katz: Grants helping village's appeal
The award of a nearly $1.8 million "streetscape" grant to broaden the village's visual appeal will benefit shopkeepers, tourists and local residents, village Mayor Jeff Katz said this week.Continued ...
Graduate program working on community project
In the fall of 2013, the Cooperstown Graduate Program developed several projects to engage the local community.Continued ...
AWS and Associates helps elderly preserve independence
A brush with death inspired Anne Schug Williams to start her own business managing care for the elderly.Continued ...
Bassett upgrades to 'gold standard' technology
Patients who may have experienced discomfort during a past MRI can breathe a sigh of relief with the introduction of new MRI technology at Bassett Medical Center, according to a media release.Continued ...
Quilt registration to be held Saturday
The Fenimore Quilt Club will be "calling all quilts" for one-day only Saturday at the Cooperstown Art Association at 22 Main St. The registration is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Continued ...
- Thursday, January 16, 2014
Local churches swap pastors Sunday
Two reverends in Cooperstown will deliver sermons about Christian fellowship in honor of Christian Unity Week this Sunday.Continued ...
Truman to lead Friends of Bassett
Joshua Truman was recently appointed the executive director of the Friends of the Bassett Healthcare Network. Truman began working at Bassett in September of 2009 as the director of development, "overseeing personal solicitation of leadership and planned gifts, and event sponsorships," Karen Huxtable-Hooker wrote in a press release for Bassett.Continued ...
Manor's top bidder defends record
A company that is now the frontrunner to take over the Otsego Manor nursing home has been diligent about conducting background checks on all employees at its 120-bed Utica home, a spokesman said Monday.Continued ...
'Cheesy' fundraiser to raise money for fracking fight
Otesgo 2000 will be holding its third annual Grilled Cheese for a Good Cause fundraiser this Sunday at Brewery Ommegang. The event raises money to help New York towns defend their right to home rule, and to determine their own zoning regulations on the environment and natural gas drilling.Continued ...
Cooperstown wins state funding for project
Cooperstown's downtown and Oneonta's Neahwa Park will see improvements, thanks to state funding announced Wednesday. More than $2 million total has been awarded by the state to the two projects in Otsego County in funding to enhance bicycle, pedestrian and path projects, a media release from the governor's office said.Continued ...
- Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Judge rules in favor of village in parking lawsuit
A state Supreme Court judge has ruled in favor of the village of Cooperstown in the paid parking lawsuit.Continued ...
- Thursday, January 9, 2014
Maddux, Glavine, Thomas elected in 2014 HOF class
After a shutout on last year's Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, the Baseball Writers' Association of America hit a triple for 2014.Continued ...
Trustees considering use of cameras in village
The village Board of Trustees is considering whether to install cameras on Main Street and in other locations, and may vote on the issue at its Jan. 27 meeting.Continued ...
Renert returned, bail set at $500,000
Barry M. Renert was returned Sunday evening to Otsego County after waiving extradition in Virginia, Cooperstown police said.Continued ...
Farmers' market needs help for rug project
The Cooperstown Farmers' Market wants your old T-shirts, jeans, blankets, towels, sweatshirts, sweatpants and -- most importantly -- your willingness to participate.Continued ...
Cabin Fever Film Series has begun
The 10th annual Cabin Fever Film Series is now underway.Continued ...
New York replaces GED testing with TASC
Beginning this year, New Yorkers will no longer be able to say "I'm getting my GED!"Continued ...
- Foothills hosts Chamber talk on economy