April 19th will mark the 17th Annual S.A.D.D. Strides For Safety 5K Run/Walk and Health Fair which benefits local SADD Chapter after-prom parties and programming to keep our kids safe and help them make good, healthy choices.
Let's go Lady Yellowjackets! This Saturday, November 9, 2013, the Oneonta Varsirty Girls Soccer team (17-2-1) will face Spackenkill (17-1-1) at the State Quarterfinal. If you are unable to travel to Middletown High for the game, you can still catch the live action here on the Mix 103.9FM WSRK. John Hayen will broadcast the 1pm game so you won't miss a play.
The Oneonta City School Board of Education has a new president. Jamie Reynolds was voted into this position, with Bill Grau taking over as vice president, on Wednesday.
Current Board Member Grace Larkin served as president for more than five years, while another current board member, Rosalie Higgins, was the VP for the last two years...
The Oneonta Dollars for Scholars presentations took place yesterday afternoon at the Hunt Union Ballroom at SUNY Oneonta.
Jacki Rowe, President of the Oneonta Dollars for Scholars Board of Directors, says this program for Oneonta High School students has grown exponentially over the years.
After winning high school state baseball championship and now national championship at the NCAA Division II level, Micheal Calkins is still in Tampa but has a good excuse.
Calkins says The Tampa Bay Rays have extended an invitation to the University of Tampa baseball team to come to its game Friday night against the Orioles.
Safety and security were the main topic of discussion at the Oneonta City School District Board of Education meeting on Wednesday night due to the recent elementary school shootings in Newtown, Conn.
Associate principal of Oneonta High School and the School Safety Chairman Thomas Brindley said it has been a very busy week. The district has been in contact with all the local law enforcement agencie