The Caroga Arts Collective this week revealed renderings of the new amphitheater to be built next to the original Sherman’s building, along with a new year-round artist home at the former Schine family property known as Myhill.
Independence Day, or the Fourth of July, is a United States federal holiday commemorating the approval of the Declaration of Independence of the United States by the Second Continental Congress on July 4, 1776.
The Boilermaker Road Race recognized two long-time volunteers and a media member for their contributions to the race Thursday, June 16.
Thursday, June 16 Little Falls is hosting its annual Art Walk. Art work is displayed throughout the city with artist live demonstrations.
The community is invited to an in-person presentation of the Draft Strategic Investment Plan. The DRI team will present a summary of the Strategic Investment Plan content and share the next steps in the DRI process.
The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation released this video that is a good reminder that bears are out and about throughout the Mohawk Valley looking for food. New York’s black bears are out of their winter dens and looking for their next meal.
Help stop invasive species by educating friends, family, and neighbors about the small choices they make can have a big impact.
Most of us would agree the US has to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with the two biggest contributors from energy and transportation.
Otsego County has 21 state forests and 4 state parks, and this June Worcester resident Tom Walsh is planning to walk to them all, in one continuous thru-hike.