- Local News
- Ex-CIA worker admits NSA leaks
- EOH to host Grammy-winning blues artist The Earlville Opera House will welcome the Grammy-winning blues of the Joe Louis Walker Band at 8 p.m. Saturday.
- DEC puts limits on pipeline construction Asserting its jurisdiction over New York's natural resources, the state Department of Environmental Conservation told federal regulators in a new filing that running the Constitution Pipeline across streams can only occur in a narrow time window because of potential impacts to fish populations.
Bassett doctor earns research award
It has been quite a rewarding -- and awarding -- year for Nischala Ammannagari, M.D., a medical resident in her second year of training at Bassett Medical Center.
- News briefs
- Missing 't' eliminates local speller Molly Youngs of Sidney was eliminated in the second round Wednesday morning at the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington, D.C. She misspelled "apparatchik" by leaving out the "t."
Heavy rain, hail hit area
Heavy rains pounded through the area Wednesday night with the National Weather Service warning of tornadoes and urging residents to seek shelter.
- Anti-fracking advocate welcomes critics Industry groups promoting shale gas drilling have had more than a few bones to pick with Cornell University engineering professor Anthony Ingraffea. His reaction is: Bring it on.
- Belleayre hearing draws 150 Since its inception in 1999, the proposed Belleayre Resort at Catskill Park plans have undergone major discussion, collaboration and adjustments.
- Planners approve Blodgett project The Oneonta Planning Commission unanimously approved plans for the proposed Hillside Commons student apartment complex during a meeting Wednesday night, the chairman said.
- Hobart man charged with stealing drugs from Covidien A Hobart man who worked for Covidien Healthcare has been arrested on drug possession charges, Delaware County deputies said in a May 24 media release.
- Woman faces animal cruelty charges A New Berlin woman has been charged with animal cruelty, a May 24 media release from the Chenango County Sheriff's Office said.
- Fugitive arrested in Chenango A Pennsylvania man was arrested as a fugitive, a media release from Chenango County deputies said.
- Police: No one immune to abductions Oneonta Police Chief Dennis Nayor is redoubling efforts to teach parents about preventing child abductions and to train offers to respond if such a crime were to occur.
- Some towns still resist setting up websites Two decades after the World Wide Web made it possible for just about anyone to create an Internet portal, some local governments lack websites that could be used to provide residents with information about their decisions, public services and events in their communities.
- Walton woman arrested after fake prescription
- Milford student produces local online video series A Milford Central School senior has begun sharing news about the local community on a video magazine called the "Milford Montage."
- Bassett to host award ceremony "Searching for Pearls" will take place at noon Monday in the Clark Auditorium at Bassett Medical Center.
- Four charged with multiple deer violations Four Otsego County men were ticketed with multiple deer hunting violations on March 29 for illegally killing eight deer in the county, Gene Kelly, regional director of the state Department of Environmental Conservation, said in a release Friday.