March for Babies Set for Saturday — and the Rest of Your Local News
March for Babies Oneonta Hundreds of people will be at Wilber Park to take part in the 2012 March for Babies on Saturday. In addition to the three-mile walk that starts at 10 a.m. with registration at 9 a.m. Lunch will be provided by the Holiday Inn.
Troopers Cracking Down on Texting and Driving — and the Rest of Your Local News and Sports
State Troopers to Crack Down on Texting and Driving State troopers in the central New York area will be looking out for those who are not using a hands-free cell phone device to talk, or are texting.
Bugel Bail Raised to $15,000 — and the Rest of Your State and Local News and Sports
Bail Raised for Bugel A man Oneonta police say may be responsible for at least one of the fires started over the weekend is still in jail. A judge has raised the bail of 22-year-old Gable Bugel to $15,000 or a $30,000.
Oneonta Police Arrest Arsonist — and the Rest of Your State and Local News and Sports
OPD Makes Arrest in Suspicious Fire Case The Oneonta Police Department has announced the arrest of a man they think is related to one of this weekend’s rash of suspicious fires.
Common Council Offers Reward, No Arrests Made for Oneonta Fires — And the Rest of Your Local News and Sports
Common Council Offers Reward for Information Leading to Arrest – No Person in Custody The City of Oneonta is offering a $5,000 reward for information that will lead to the arrest of whoever started fires in the city over the weekend.
Cuomo Uses Executive Order to Establish State-Wide Insurance Exchange — and the Rest of Your State and Local News
Cuomo Orders State-Run Health Insurance Exchange New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has decided not to wait on the legislature to establish a state-wide health insurance exchange. He’s started the state-run operation through an executive order.
Cuomo Announces Flood Response Funding — and the Rest of Your State and Local News
Cuomo Announces Flood Clean-Up Funding New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that the state will set aside $61 million to pick up the local portion of costs related to flooding from this fall’s major storms.
New Smoking Rules Set for State Parks — and the Rest of Your State and Local News
Smoking Bans Hit State Parks New York State’s parks have new rules for smokers starting this week. There is no smoking at the playgrounds and pools of the state’s 213 parks, and there are no-smoking zones set up.
Four Arrested In $247 Million Drug Ring — And the Rest of Your State and Local News and Sports
Listen Now Details Below: Four Arrested in $247 Million Drug Operation Attorney general Eric Schiederman has announced the arrest of 4 accused ringleaders in a $247 million blackmarket HIV prescription drug operation.
Police Use SUNY Delhi As Practice Facility — And the Rest of Your Local News and Sports
Listen now: Details below: Police Using SUNY Delhi for Practice Sessions Various police and emergency agencies will be on the SUNY Delhi campus this morning, but people should not be alarmed.