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Meeting Scheduled To Discuss Lake George Septic Study
A public workshop scheduled for Monday evening in Lake George is intended to address findings from a project that examined the town’s septic systems. Introduced in 2013, the Septic Initiative Program set out to map and inventory the wastewater infrastructure within the Town of Lake George. Officials
Ski Lines: Northeast Winter Weather Summit review
It wasn't a pretty picture. I was standing in front of the base lodge looking up the slopes at Stratton Mountain late morning last Sunday and it was raining — and raining hard, the water dripping off lift towers and chairs. It had been raining for hours.
Not So Dead Deer Gets New York Hunters Busted
Call it karma, justice or you reap what you sow. A pair of New York hunters face multiple charges after jack-lighting deer. And it's one of the illegally taken deer coming to life that got them busted.
3 Capital Region Locations Added To Register Of Historic Places
The Capital Region along with New York as a whole is so rich in national history. 3 local places are to be added to the historical register. It really doesn't matter the exact area. You could look in Troy, Albany or even out in Schoharie and find so many historical locations.
Two escape Greene County blaze, home destroyed
EAST DURHAM, NY – Officials are investigating an early morning fire that destroyed a home on Jennings Road. Around midnight, firefighters responded to the home and found it fully involved. Two residents that were inside managed to escape with no injuries.
Trump cancels Putin meeting over Russia-Ukraine sea dispute
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — President Donald Trump canceled a planned meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Group of 20 Nations summit Thursday, injecting fresh drama into what already promised to be a tense gathering of world leaders.
Mayor urges infrastructure spending at Albany summit
Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig joined 50 other leaders at the New York Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials, or NYCOM, last week, to decide on 2019 legislative priorities.
Legislative pay raises creating controversy in Albany
ALBANY, N.Y. (WRGB) - Pay raises for lawmakers are already causing controversy in Albany. Some lawmakers are standing up against $50,000 raise. "It should have been brought to the people," said Asm. Chris Tague (R-Schoharie).
Local spots nominated for historic registers
The New York State Board for Historic Preservation has recommended adding 16 properties, resources and districts to the State and National Registers of Historic Places. The nominations “reflect the striking diversity of New York State’s history and range from a rural one-room school house to the cou
Community Calendar: Dec.10-11, 2018
Lap swimming, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., SUNY Delhi Kunsela Pool, 454 Delhi Drive. For info: 607-746-4263, email@example.com. Meeting and Christmas party, 7:30 p.m., Butternut Valley Grange, 7 Bloom St.
Saved! Baines surprise pick for Hall, Lee Smith also chosen
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Harold Baines was given a save as big as any Lee Smith ever posted. In a vote sure to spark renewed cries of cronyism at Cooperstown, Baines surprisingly was picked for the baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday after never coming close in any previous election.
DEC: Arrests are coming in mass deer shooting
Arrests are pending for at least two people in connection to the killing of eight deer in Milford on the eve of Thanksgiving, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.
Teacher charged with child pornography
A Cooperstown High School teacher has been charged with receiving and distributing child pornography over the internet by the federal government . Justin Hobbie, a 41-year-old physical education teacher and a former girls' soccer coach at the high school, was arrested at his home in Springfield Cent
Young finishes with triple-double in Downsville's win over Jefferson
Kaylee Young tallied a triple-double in Downsville’s 53-11 win over Jefferson on Friday. Young finished with a game-high 17 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. Olivia Brunner had a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds, and Luccia Martucci scored 12.
Police seek tips on wanted man
State police at Oneonta are looking for the public’s assistance in locating James C. Sitts, who is wanted on an arrest warrant issued by the town of Oneonta Court for two counts of grand larceny in the third degree, according to a media release.
Police: Man trashed kitchen in domestic dispute
State police said a Worcester man was arrested Saturday after damaging a kitchen. According to a media release, troopers arrested Antonio Fiorino, 52, for the misdemeanor of criminal mischief in the fourth degree after a trooper was dispatched to a reported domestic dispute on County Route 39 in the
Cooperstown teacher faces child porn probe
A federal official confirmed Friday that a teacher at Cooperstown High School is facing a charge related to involvement with child pornography after being arrested in Springfield one day earlier.
Investigation continues into October deadly Schoharie limo crash
NewsChannel 13 continues to push police for updates on the deadly limousine crash in Schoharie back in October. State police say their investigation is ongoing -- and they have no new information.
Police: Deer shot illegally jumps out of pickup truck bed
BERNE, N.Y. (AP) — Authorities say two men hunting illegally in a rural upstate New York town got a big surprise when the deer they had just shot jumped out of the back of their pickup truck.
Milford school gets funds for yoga class
Milford Central School District will soon offer yoga to its student community with the help of a wellness grant. Rural Health Education Network of Schoharie, Otsego and Montgomery Counties, or RHENSOM, granted $1,500 to the school to send special education teacher Amy Swatling to Breathe For Change