Fly Creek Cider Mill open for 2013 season
Fly Creek Cider Mill and Orchard, located at 288 Goose St. in Fly Creek, New York - just minutes from Cooperstown - will be hosting "Grilling 101," part of the mill's popular Taste of Fly Creek Series, Saturday through Monday, May 25th through 27th.
Thursday May 16
Some charges dropped against father of Cooperstown shooter
Some of the charges have been dropped against the father of a Cooperstown teenager who shot a classmate.
Thursday May 16
New York Minute: Pistol permit holders file applications seeking privacy
Gun owners held a rally earlier this year at the Inner Harbor amphitheater to protest passage of the NY SAFE Act gun control law.
Tue May 14, 2013
Upstate N.Y. pubradio outlet goes silent
The newest public radio station in New York State went dark May 9, ending a six-year attempt to bring a local voice to small Otsego County.
6 Places to Spend a Night at the Museum
Ever since Ben Stiller discovered what happens to exhibits after the sun goes down in the blockbuster movie Night at the Museum , sleepover experiences have taken off at attractions across the country.
Mon May 13, 2013
Cooperstown gets ready for 2013 Hall of Fame Inductions - July 26th through 29th
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, located at 25 Main St. in Cooperstown, New York, will induct three new members into the Baseball Hall of Fame during Hall of Fame Weekend, Friday through Monday, July 26th through 29th.
Albany Times Union
Oneidas financially support name change for Cooperstown school teams
The Oneida Indian Nation of New York not only supports the Cooperstown public schools' decision to change the mascot name for its teams, it is adding cash to pay for the recasting of school uniforms and insignias.
Thu May 09, 2013
Port Washington News
Everybody's Port: May 10, 2013
Fascinating people, interesting people, people who would surprise you - that's what you find in Port Washington.
Wed May 08, 2013
Carol Anderson, widow of Sparky Anderson, dies
Hall of Famer Sparky Anderson attends the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction ceremony on July 31, 2005 at the Clark Sports Complex in Cooperstown, New York.
First Ever New York State Tourism Summit
What could bring a ton of money and more jobs to New York State? According to Governor Cuomo today at the State Capital... A tourism initiative.
Thu May 02, 2013
Can't Stop The Bleeding
Chass To The Former Prime MInister Pete Nice : Making Accusations Without Solid Proof Is MY Job
OK, that's not really what former NY Times' columnist Murray Chass has to say to baseball historian/collector and former half of 3rd Bass , Peter Nash , but there is considerable irony in the former's tarring the latter as a mere blogger who "has no and needs no accountabilityfree to write whatever he wants and the object of his viciousness has no ... (more)
Appellate Division upholds Pacherille Jr sentencing
The Appellate Division of the State of New York Supreme Court has upheld the sentence of a teen convicted of shooting another teen inside the Cooperstown Police station.
Furthur cancels BottleRock Napa Valley gig after Phil Lesh's collapse
Furthur , the rock outfit helmed by former Grateful Dead members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, have canceled their May 9 appearance at BottleRock Napa Valley in response to Lesh's recent collapse onstage.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Cooperstown Central Schools will now take the field as the Hawkeyes
Athletes in James Fenimore Cooper's upstate New York hometown will take the field as the Hawkeyes after dropping the long-standing nickname Redskins.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Federal judge allows evidence in Robert Joubert sex abuse trial
Robert Joubert's attorney argued yesterday that Joubert denied all sexual assault allegations against him during a conversation wiretapped by the police last year.
Students compete in Annual State History Day
From New Hartford to Buffalo, the students dressed to impress, brought their families and friends and all awaited in much anticipation to learn their fate about who would be the winner of this years competition.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Elmore's song reaches Hall of Fame
Sparks songwriter and record producer Eric Elmore of The Home Team Band recently had his second baseball song accepted by the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y. The song, "Pop's Song," was accepted as a donation.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Strive for Five to be Held in May
Bridgewater Baseball & Softball is holding its annual Strive for Five 5K Spring Fitness Challenge to benefit the 12U teams heading to Cooperstown later in the season.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Poliquin: Jackie Robinson's ripple effect continues to be felt all these years later
The spirit of Jackie Robinson can be found in a lot of places these days, including on the outfield fence at NBT Bank Stadium on the north side of Syracuse.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
PHOTOS: Hot Philly Chefs Mix Beer & Food in Competition
Last night at Union Transfer, the Ommegang Hop Chef Competition held its 2013 Philly event.