COOPERSTOWN AND AROUND: Mar. 14 – 15, 2019

COOPERSTOWN AND AROUND: Mar. 14 – 15, 2019

 

The Freeman’s Journal – Candy Moore of Bergen County, N.J., smiles at granddaughter Parker, 3, of Cooperstown, eagerly awaiting pancakes March 12, at The Farmers’ Museum Sugaring Off Sundays, which continue 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on March 17, 24 and 31

No Contest Tuesday For Village Board

COOPERSTOWN – Two incumbents and a newcomer are running unopposed for Village Board Tuesday, March 19.
Incumbents Jeanne Dewey and Richard Sternberg seeking three-year terms; newcomer MacGuire Benton is seeking a one-year term. All are Democrats.
The polls will be open noon-9 p.m. at the fire hall on Chestnut Street. For results that evening, check AllOTSEGO.COM.

CITIZENS VOICES plan to discuss a TED Talk video on nuclear power and Global Warming on March 13.
A HAMPTON INN just south of Dollar General in HartwickSeminary, was approved by the Hartwick Town Planning Board.
THE CATSKILL SYMPHONY raised a record $46,321 at its annual guest conductor competition, that included this newpaper’s managing editor Libby Cudmore.
COUNTY TREASURER Allen Ruffles of Cooperstown, an Army Reservist, departed for a year-long deployment in the Horn of Africa.

 


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