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Man charged with DWI after flipping pickup
A Stamford man has been arrested on drunken driving charges after state police at Margaretville investigated an incident involving an overturned pickup truck.James S. Stewart, 51, was charged at about 12:20 a.m. June 17 with the felonies of driving while intoxicated and first-degree aggravated unlic
Passenger Arrested for Possessing Over 3 lbs. of Weed - Hudson Valley News Network
Tarrence K. DanielNEWBURGH –A passenger in a vehicle traveling on I-87 was arrested for marijuana possession following a vehicle stop for a traffic violation in the town of Newburgh on Jun. 19, just after 9:30 p.m.During the interview investigation, probable cause to search the vehicle and its occup
Atwell to be featured at CANO
Jim Atwell, an author, a recorded Quaker minister and a longtime columnist for The Cooperstown Crier and occasional columnist for The Daily Star, will be the featured writer Thursday at the Writers Salon, presented by the Community Arts Network of Oneonta.This month’s salon will feature short storie
Mother, daughter die in Schoharie crash
A crash Monday afternoon in the Schoharie County town of Seward left two people dead.On Wednesday, state police at Latham released the identities of the passengers in the crash, which remains under investigation.
Two die in Schoharie County crash
A crash Monday afternoon in the Schoharie County town of Seward left two people dead.State police responded to a single-car crash on state Route 145 at about 3:30. An investigation determined that a 2004 Honda operated by a 16-year-old of Fort Plain was traveling south, crossed over the center line
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, JUNE 21
SUNSET STROLL – 7 p.m. Walk through the forest and enjoy the views of Canadarago Lake this summer solstice. Fetterly Forest, 302 Roses Hill Road, Richfield Springs. Call 607-547-2366 or visit
National Boat Building Challenge part of Brightwork: A Makers’ Festival at Hudson River Maritime Museum in Kingston
Jack Weeks, a museum board member who is also competing, said the inaugural challenge was a nice success last year and they’re looking to build on that.
Photography exhibit to open at WKC
A group photography show will open at the West Kortright Centre on Friday, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public, with refreshments provided by Brewery Ommegang and The WKC. The exhibit will run through July 24, viewable during West Kortright Centre events or by
Police Warn After 'Predicate Sex Offender' Moves to Ulster County
Police are warning the public after a "Predicate Sex Offender," who sexually abused children moved to Ulster County. According to Kingston police, Bruce Gilmore moved to Janet Street in Kingston.The 47-year-old is labeled a "Predicate Sex Offender," on the New York State sex offender's database.Down
Police: Drunk driver had kids in vehicle
Richard R. Cole, 39, was located in the town of Milford after a citizen in Hartwick called police, according to Otsego County Sheriff Richard Devlin Jr. Cole is charged with felony aggravated driving while intoxicated with a child under the age of 16 in the vehicle, and had two previous DWI convicti
Teen pulled from Rondout Creek in High Falls after being underwater more than 45 minutes
HIGH FALLS, N.Y. >> A teenage male was pulled from the Rondout Creek in this Rosendale hamlet on Tuesday after being submerged for more than 45 minutes, according to an Ulster County Sheriff’s Office official.
State Police: Two fatalities in crash near Cobleskill.
COBLESKILL, NY (WRGB) State Police confirm there are two fatalities in a crash near Cobleskill.The crash occurred sometime after 6:00 PM on Monday on Route 145.At the time of this report, police were not able to release more details.CBS6 is working to learn more. Check back for updates.
VIDEO: Dutchess County Legislators at Odds Over Timing of Salary Increases - Hudson Valley News Network
POUGHKEEPSIE – In a recent Legislative session at the Dutchess County Building the Dutchess County Republicans proposed a law allowing voting to raise salaries in any year. The current law only allows voting on raises for Dutchess County Legislators to occur in election years.Democratic County Leg
Sam Baker brings ballads to West Kortright Centre in East Meredith
In 1986, Baker survived a terrorist bombing in Cuzco, Peru. During his long recovery, songs started coming to him; in spite of the loss of hearing in one ear and limited hearing in the other, he steadily established a reputation as a first-rank singer-songwriter.
Wallkill High School student drowns in Rondout Creek in High Falls
The Ulster County Sheriff’s Office identified him as Christopher Pelaez, 17, of Wallkill.
Summer on Main festival in Margaretville scheduled for June 21
MARGARETVILLE, N.Y. >> The Business Association of Margaretville will host Summer on Main on Thursday, June 21, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
City to offer $2.3M in grants for downtown revitalization
Wanted: Creative ideas to regenerate, transform downtown Oneonta.Reward: Funding from the Downtown Revitalization Initiative.The city of Oneonta is set to launch its $2,335,000 grant program in July after months of preparation.
Local nursing student to follow two generations
The first class of the Oneonta School of Practical Nursing entered in November of 1962 and graduated in October the following year. Classroom and laboratory space was on the second floor of the oldest building in Fox Hospital, where students also completed their clinical training.While the location
Area property owners may apply directly to Catskill Watershed Corp. for relief
The corporation can also reimburse eligible costs of anchoring interior or exterior fuel oil, kerosene or propane tanks. For more information, visit cwconline.org or call John Mathiesen at (845) 586-1400.
SUNY Delhi adds degree in health management
The Bachelor of Business Administration degree will prepare students for careers in managing and overseeing clinic facilities, hospitals, retirement communities and long-term care facilities.