Episode 8 of The AllOtsego Report looks at the Thursday, July 22, editions of The Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta, as well as this week’s news on AllOtsego.com.
In this week’s episode Editor Greg Klein and Reporter Kevin Limiti discuss:
The massive flooding Saturday evening, July 16, in the Butternut Valley towns of Pittsfield, Morris and Butternut Valley and the villages of Morris and Gilbertsville.
Cooperstown’s Board of Trustees has a female majority for the first time.
The Susquehanna SPCA opens its multi-million dollar facility south of Cooperstown.
Two Fly Creek firefighters made a dramatic rescue July 13 in the town of Otsego.
Oneonta’s Common Council argues about Housing Commission appointments and picks a new fire chief.
The film “Bring Him Back Dead” wrapped this week after weeks of filming in Otsego County.
Greg talks to Avery and Nate Leonard about high school wrestling, Avery’s lack of a senior season and his plans for college wrestling.
Our baseball vagabond, Charlie Vascellaro, is back with a look at the Hall of Fame Awards winners.
Larissa Ryan is back to give her Best Bests. We also talk restaurant picks and more.
As always, follow www.allotsego.com for breaking news.