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Village of Cooperstown

Equality Without Exemptions

Moss Croft, president of the Identity Alliance at Cooperstown Central School, joins community members for the annual unfurling of the Pride Flag at 22 Main Street in Cooperstown.…

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Landmark Inn Recognized by Tripadvisor

The Landmark Inn was converted into a bed and breakfast in 1999, and over the years has been restored to its 1856 style. But the amenities are very modern, and owners Gulla and John Walker are in the middle of a few renovations designed to keep things fresh.…

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New Exhibit, Statue Unveiled at BHoF

The East-West Game on Saturday, May 25 was the culmination of the weekend’s celebration of the Black baseball experience, beginning with the unveiling of a new statue of Hall of Fame slugger, civil rights activist, philanthropist and humanitarian Henry “Hank” Aaron in a private ceremony near the base of the museum’s Grand Staircase on the first-floor lobby beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 23.…

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Editorial: When Is Enough Enough?

Presently, we are seeing the construction of yet another chain hotel and something to be called the “Cooperstown Experience,” a soon-to-open, one-of-a-kind baseball and softball tournament complex that promises a complete family vacation experience in “The Baseball Capital of the World.”…

Cooperstown Observed: A Plea to Locals for Philoxenia

In ancient Greece the word for stranger was xenos, which meant not only stranger, but guest and friend. Philoxenia was the word of the day, visitors welcome. Can we not emulate the ancient Greeks and happily share our village with those who come our way?…

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