- Local News
- Thursday, January 9, 2014
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
County officials facing busy year
Otsego County lawmakers are expected to tackle a menu of new issues in 2014 such as figuring how to make their agencies more efficient and finish some projects long in the making.Continued ...
From Carnegie to Cooperstown
Roger Peltzman, concert pianist, takes the stage at the Otesaga Hotel to perform the first concert in the Concert Series this year.Continued ...
SUCO hosting Sunday talk on courage
What makes a person courageous in times of strife? That is a question that Dr. Paul Conway, State University College at Oneonta professor emeritus and political scientist, has been trying to answer for decades.Continued ...
- Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Maddux, Glavine, Thomas make HOF
After a shutout on last year's Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, this year the Baseball Writers Association of America hit a triple for 2014.Continued ...
- Tuesday, January 7, 2014
HOF to host visitors for announcement Wednesday
The Bullpen Theater will simulcast the 2 p.m. announcement of the class of 2014.Continued ...
- Thursday, January 2, 2014
Knight wins fourth geography bee
Eighth grader Tom Knight has won the Cooperstown Middle School Geography Bee for the second year in a row.Continued ...
Cooperstown Police seeking more officers
The Cooperstown Police Department is looking to almost double the number of part-time officers in its employment.Continued ...
Renert waves extradition from Virginia
Menacing suspect Barry Renert waived his right to fight extradition from Virginia Monday, paving the way for his return to New York.Continued ...
Ommegang offering post-New Years entertainment
Brewery Ommegang is putting on two events at the beginning of 2014, for those who are not too tired out from ringing in the New Year.Continued ...
- Friday, December 27, 2013
Suspect had long fall
Barry Renert alleged fall crime spree stretched into the winter and from Florida to Cooperstown Monday.Continued ...
- Thursday, December 26, 2013
Small parking changes to have public hearing
The Cooperstown Board of Trustees set a public hearing for Jan. 27 to make small changes to the paid parking laws.Continued ...
- CCS officials mull project's future
Fenimore gets $74,000 grant
NY State has funded The Fenimore House $74,000 this year to develop its 2014 summer exhibition season.Continued ...
Manor suitors down to two
The local development corporation created by Otsego County to privatize the debt-ridden Otsego Manor nursing home has cut the list of suitors to two finalists -- VestraCare, based in Johnson City, and Focus Ventures LLC of Airmont.Continued ...
- Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Cooperstown gunman Renert captured in Virginia
Barry M. Renert, identified by law enforcement officials as the gunman who menaced a Cooperstown shopkeeper Monday morning before he himself dodged gunfire from his intended victim, has been captured by police in Richmond, Va, Otsego County District Attorney John Muehl said this morning.Continued ...