MIDDLEFIELD – An employee of Wahl to Wahl Auto was arrested and charged with stealing car parts from his employer and selling them with another man, also arrested.
Shawn M. Campbell, 26, Delhi, was arrested by State Police at Richfield Springs after an investigation revealed that, while employed at Wahl to Wahl Auto in Middlefield, he had allegedly stolen several catalytic converters over several months and sold them.
FABULOUS FRIDAY – 5-8 p.m. Enjoy a Car Show by Wahl to Wahl Auto and delicious brownies by the Oneonta History Center ($1.50/brownie). Main Street, Oneonta. Call (607)432-2941 or visit www.facebook.com/oneontafabulousfridays/
LOCAL HISTORY – 7 p.m. “Lose the Battle, Win the War: Women’s Fight to Vote in Cooperstown,” a presentation with the League of Women Voters exploring the movement in Otsego County that lead to women gaining the right to vote across New York State 100 years ago. Christ Church Parish Hall, 69 Fair St., Cooperstown. Info, www.facebook.com/LWVoftheCooperstownArea/
ONEONTA – The Hartwick College Craft Food and Beverage Center, Wahl to Wahl Auto and two interns from both colleges were honored this morning as the Otsego County Chamber announced their annual business awards on the patio of the Yager Museum at Hartwick College.
“The recipients all display success, contributions to our local economic and a spirit of collaboration,” said Barbara Ann Heegan, President and CEO of the Chamber.
The Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield Breakthrough Business of the Year went to the Hartwick College Craft Food and Beverage Center. “There’s something particularly gratifying for being recognized for a ‘breakthrough’ in out 219th year of operation,” said Hartwick College President Dr. Margaret Drugovich.