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Bank of Cooperstown Opens

Bank of Cooperstown Cuts Ribbon On Branch In Oneonta, Its First Bank of Cooperstown President Scott White cuts the ribbon this afternoon on the 7-year-old bank’s first branch office, at 34 Main St., Oneonta.   Others, from left, are community board members Tony Casale, Cooperstown, and Mark D’Amico, Oneonta, bank Vice President Christine Amos, Oneonta; Lori White, Scott’s spouse; teller Evelyn Zuk, Oneonta; personal banker Jennifer Deleo, Delhi;  attorney Don Snyder, a community bank member; Gavin MacMillan, representing Eastman Associates, the builder; branch…

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Gibson, Eldridge Announce Schedule Of 4 Debates, None In Otsego County U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson, R-19, and his Democratic challenger, Sean Eldridge, today released a sc

Gibson, Eldridge Announce Schedule Of 4 Debates, None In Otsego County U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson, R-19, and his Democratic challenger, Sean Eldridge, today released a schedule of four debates, none in Otsego County. “We thank the many venues and sponsors that offered to host debates for our campaigns, and look forward to having multiple, substantive debates on the issues,” said Kevin Crumb and Gabrielle Quintana Greenfield,campaign managers for Chris Gibson and Sean Eldridge respectively, in a joint statement. The schedule…

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Can $50 Million Shelter Governor Cuomo?

ALAN CHARTOCK • CAPITOL CONNECTION Can $50 Million Shelter Governor Cuomo? ALBANY – “Is Andrew Cuomo in trouble because of recent New York Times revelations?” is a frequently asked question. The answer is “maybe.” It’s hard to believe that a man who will probably come into this election period with about $50 million in his campaign account could lose to a little known Westchester County Executive, Rob Astorino. While the polls will show a tightening of the race, the present…

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Illinois Columnist Visits Cooperstown With Dad

Illinois Columnist Visits Cooperstown With Dad Here’s what Bill Roseberry of the Edwardsville (Ill.) Intelligencer published on his blog about a visiting Cooperstown with his dad, 37 and 67 respectively, fulfilling a lifelong dream for both:   “It was such a long day, but honestly dad and I became lost in the beauty of the game we love, a beauty which has been tainted by cheating, high-dollar contracts and corporate involvement over its recent history. The wonderful thing about the…

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Deputies Return Hartwick Family Charged In Robbery At Pit Stop

Deputies Return Hartwick Family Charged In Robbery At Pit Stop HARTWICK – A Hartwick father, mother and son were brought back from Florida Wednesday to face charges in the armed robbery of the Pit Stop convenience store in Hartwick Seminary two days before Christmas. The three, Timothy S. Lord, 45., Christine J. Lord, 43, and their son, Kaine W. Lord, 21, who allegedly fled New York State to Deltona, Fla., had been arrested in a pre-dawn raid May 8 conducted…