- Local News
- Friday, February 28, 2014
Meeting on CCS project to be March 5
The Cooperstown Central School District will host an informational meeting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday to learn about the $5.9 million Capital Project Referendum being held on March 12.Continued ...
- Thursday, February 27, 2014
Paul Simon joins HOF concert lineup
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown will host a concert this summer featuring renown musicians, entertainers and members of the Hall of Fame.Continued ...
Empty Bowls fills up new location
The Empty Bowls Luncheon has grown so large, it has moved to a new location for its 8th annual event.Continued ...
Village to address business issues in March
It will be all business at the Cooperstown Board of Trustees meeting in March.Continued ...
Farmers' Museum starts sugaring Sunday
Though winter's chill still fills the air; one telltale sign that spring on its way is the beginning of maple sugaring season.Continued ...
Dog found in trash can healing
They're calling him "Little Guy" but perhaps it should be "Lucky Guy," this small mixed-breed dog rescued from a garbage pail a week ago near Toddsville, just south of Cooperstown.Continued ...
Fly Creek church to raise money with Indian food
A very different kind of fundraiser will be held at the Fly Creek Methodist Church this Saturday.Continued ...
Snommegang to hit Saturday
A celebration of community, music and beer is coming to Oneonta this Saturday.Continued ...
Local man promoted at Morgan Stanley
Matt Sohns of Cooperstown has been promoted at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management to senior vice president, financial adviser and financial planning specialist in the Utica office.Continued ...
- Thursday, February 20, 2014
'Rain gardens' to replace old trees on Main
As the warmer weather approaches; people will begin to work in their gardens. The village of Cooperstown has similar plans as they will begin construction on their sidewalks, replace street trees and install "rain gardens."Continued ...
Artist-in-residence helping CV-S
Students at Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School are working this month to make their school a better place -- with the help of an artist-in-residence.Continued ...
Polar Bear jump raises $107k for charity
Saturday wasn't the coldest day of the winter, or the snowiest. But it may have felt like it to the hundreds of people who lined up for the privilege of diving into the frozen waters of Goodyear Lake during the annual Polar Bear Jump.Continued ...
Local teams compete in Odyssey of the Mind
Students from six local school districts will be advancing to the state Odyssey of the Mind competition after first-place finishes at Saturday's Region 13 tournament.Continued ...
- Thursday, February 13, 2014
Orpheus Theatre offering children's winter workshop
For years, the childrenâ€™s programs offered by the Orpheus Theatre have introduced kids to the joys of theater. This winter break, a new group of children, will get to experience the programming that the Orpheus Theatre has to offer.Continued ...
Carnival declared a success by organizers
The weather cooperated for the Cooperstown Winter Carnival last weekend.Continued ...
'Fenimore Lane' announced for unnamed street
For the first time in history, the lane off Chestnut Street north of the Inn at Cooperstown has an official name: Fenimore Lane.Continued ...
Chamber to replace PumpkinFest
Cooperstown PumpkinFest is no more, but a new Cooperstown festival will take its place.Continued ...
Smithy, CAA consider merging
Two flagship Cooperstown arts not-for-profits are considering the possibility of merging into one.Continued ...
- Thursday, February 6, 2014
'Iron Horse' of Rugby visits HOF in search of answers
Former South African rugby player Joost van der Westhuizen is considered by many fans and commentators to be one of the best to ever play the game. Yet, for the last two years he has been struggling with an opponent far tougher than any he encountered on the field: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, better known in the United States as Lou Gehrig's disease.Continued ...
MOSA talk explains end of an era
When it comes to your trash, don't expect anything to change.Continued ...