SUNY Oneonta Welcomes Activist Carol Adams to Annual Philosophy Conference
Feminist and animal rights advocate Carol Adams will be the keynote speaker at the 18th annual SUNY Oneonta undergraduate philosophy conference this Friday and Saturday in the college’s Morris Conference Center.
Three State Gun Show Operators Agree to Model Gun Show Procedures
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Sunday that three more gun show operators have agreed to follow the model gun show procedures developed by the Attorney General's Office to promote uniform gun show operations across the state.
Democratic State Committee Amps Up Pro-Cuomo TV Ads
As Governor Andrew Cuomo pushes a slate of issues including campaign finance reform, the Democratic State Committee, which can accept unlimited donations, is moving forward with several advertising campaigns to support him.
Study Reveals New York Could Run on Green Energy by 2030
A new study says New York could get the power it needs from wind, water and sunlight by 2030 with a concerted push, though the state's decade-long effort to significantly boost green energy shows how challenging that could be.
Learn How to Get Involved with ‘I Love My Park Day’
Governor Adnrew Cuomo invites New Yorkers to volunteer at their favorite state park or historic site as part of the second annual “I Love My Park Day” on May 4.
Seward Announces State Funding for Bassett School-Based Center at Richfield Springs
State Senator James Seward announced Friday that the 2013-2014 state budget includes, at his insistence, $150,000 to establish a Bassett Healthcare Network school-based health center at Richfield Springs Central School.
The Prevention Agenda Aims to Better Public Health in New York Through 2017
State Health Commissioner Dr. Nirav Shah, was joined by New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley and representatives from leading health care and community organizations in Manhattan to officially launch a statewide, five-year plan to improve the health and quality of life for all New Yorkers.
National Hurricane Center Changes Policy in Wake of Sandy
Responding to criticism after Superstorm Sandy, the National Hurricane Center said recently it would change the way it warns people about tropical storms that morph into something else.
Two SUNY Oneonta Students Take Home SUNY Chancellor’s Award
Two SUNY Oneonta students are among a select group of State University of New York students chosen to receive the 2013 SUNY Chancellor's Award for student excellence. SUNY chancellor Nancy Zimpher presented the awards to the students at a reception in their honor at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany.
Police Make Two More Heroin Arrests in Otsego County
Two more arrests have been made of individuals that authorities say were involved in a major heroin drug trafficking organization in Oneonta. Over the past two and a half years, the Otsego County Sheriff’s Office criminal investigation division, the Albany District Office of the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Oneonta City Police Department detective bureau and the Otsego County District Atto