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Artists to speak about work
Roxbury — Artists whose work is being featured in the current exhibit, Fire! A Ceramic Art Exhibit Curated by Peter Yamaoka, will be on hand to speak about their work on Saturday, March 2 at 2:00 pm at the Roxbury Arts Center. Among the most powerful exhibitions of the last year, artists participati
DCHA to offer hel[p finding 'Delaware County roots'
An upcoming workshop hosted by the Delaware County Historical Association seeks to connect local residents with their Delaware County roots by providing guidance and access to a wealth of genealogical and historical resources.
New York State May Not Be Done With Amazon
There could be another chapter in the Amazon story for New York, even if the setting isn’t Queens or even any other borough but rather somewhere else in the state, Newsday reports.
Area Arts News: Play set at SUNY Oneonta; CANO members show planned
ONEONTA — SUNY Oneonta’s theatre department with the Mask and Hammer Theatre Club will present the play “The Exception and the Rule,” written by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Eric Bentley and directed by John McCaslin-Doyle. Following the tale of a merchant attempting to cross the desert, the play e
School Registrations:Stamford Central School
Parents of children living in the Stamford Central School District who will be 5 years old by Dec. 1, may register them to begin kindergarten in September. Parents are asked to call 607-652-7301, ext. 0, and provide the name of the child, their address and date of birth as soon as possible. Kinderga
Whoa! Balloons Lost in Kentucky Land in Upstate New York
We've all wondered whatever happened to that balloon that slipped out of our hand and floated away when we were young. Did it just keep floating till it got to space? No. However, an unlikely story involving some escaped balloons has left one Kentucky floral shop in shock. And they just might have l
Woman accused of theft, other crimes
Delaware County deputies said a Monticello woman was arrested on several charges, including felonies. According to a media release, Rebecca K. Allen, 24, Monticello, was charged on Sunday with fourth-degree grand larceny, a class E felony, and petit larceny related to an incident that occurred in No
State seizes Main Street eatery over back taxes
A downtown Oneonta eatery was seized by collection agents from the state Department of Taxation and Finance on Tuesday. Orange signs bearing the department seal appearing on the storefront windows of 281 Main St. announced the seizure of Oneonta Hots, LLC.
Gov. Larry Hogan hopes to revive Amazon's interest in Maryland for HQ2 as New York deal crumbles
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that he has talked with Amazon officials following the company's decision to back out of building part of its East Coast headquarters in New York City.
Delhi woman closes in on 100th birthday celebration
A few days shy of her 100th birthday, Delhi resident Gertrude Kathmann is older than the queen of England, born at a time when films were still silent and before sliced bread was sold in stores.
Convicted Schoharie Co. rapist now behind bars
Mark Schinnerer, 55, of North Blenheim, was found guilty of First Degree Rape on September 21, 2018. Rather than being immediately remanded he was allowed to go home, essentially a free man, while a judge reviewed motions for an appeal. His sentence was adjourned for four months, leaving members of
Assemblywoman: Study split of New York state
With deepening political, economic and cultural divisions in the two regions, Sen. Daphne Jordan believes it is time for a thorough study of whether upstate should split off from New York City, Long Island and the surrounding suburbs and become the 51st state.
Dairy Princess court crowns East Meredith girl
Representatives from the New York dairy industry crowned three new princesses at a ceremony in Liverpool on Tuesday, including one from Delaware County. East Meredith resident Morgan Hungerford was named second alternate state princess, earning a $600 scholarship from the American Dairy Association
Upstate NY college to continue research on shipwreck-salvaged beer
COBLESKILL, NY -- The murky story of the effort to make a modern beer from the dregs of bottles that sank into the ocean in an 1886 shipwreck is taking another turn. There may now be two efforts to salvage some magic from the historic beer yeast. And there may an effort to answer the question: Who,
New York State STAR program reimbursement by county
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - The New York Department of Taxation released the latest data on the number of School Tax Relief (STAR) reimbursements by county. The latest data shows the number and amount of rebates for 2017. Hover over each county to see the number of basic exemptions, amount of basic reim
Two troopers injured trying to break up fight between father, son in Worcester
WORCESTER, N.Y. -- Two state troopers were injured after responding to a domestic call involving a father and son. State police say a father and son who were fighting each other along Interstate 88 in Worcester, turned on the trooper who responded to break it up.
Two vie for Greene County Sheriff
CAIRO — Two candidates with deep backgrounds in law enforcement announced they are seeking the Republican party nomination to run for the four-year term of Greene County sheriff.
The 25 hardest colleges to get into in America: Which Pa. school made the top 10?
We’ve shared the list of the top 25 hardest schools to get into in Pennsylvania. But how do they compare to the rest of the country?. Niche.com took a look at colleges across the country and ranked them by admission difficulty, based on the colleges’ acceptance rates and SAT/ACT test scores -- you c
SECTION IV BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS
8-Dryden (8-10) at 1-Owego Free Acad. (16-1), 6 p.m. 7-Whitney Point (12-7) at 2-Seton Catholic (15-3) 7 p.m. 5-Susquehanna Valley (11-7) at 4-Norwich (12-6), 6 p.m. 6-Chenango Valley (12-7) at 3-Oneonta (13-5), 1 p.m.
Coast guard terrorist charged with multiple gun and drug offenses
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - A Coast Guard Lieutenant who police say was planning to kill Democratic lawmakers, TV anchors, and random citizens appeared in a federal court in Maryland yesterday.