Daniel J. Cassavaugh
‘Seinfeld’ Solutions — Breaking Up and Finding Happiness
It’s among the hardest things anyone has to do multiple times over a lifetime: Break up with somebody. There are a number of different approaches from totally ignoring the person to the “let’s just be friends” to “I think we should see other people.” Guess what, though? “Seinfeld” has a solution to getting out of a relationship.
AAA Kicks Off 2012 ‘School’s Open, Drive Carefully’
With the new school year kicking off around the state Wednesday, state police at Sidney are urging everyone to support AAA’s annual “School’s Open Drive Carefully” campaign to preserve the safety of children traveling to and from school.
Otsego County Sheriffs Arrest Two Oneonta Men on Drug Charges
Two suspected drug dealers were arrested last week by the Otsego County sheriff’s office.
New York State to Receive $9 Million from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson Settlement
Attorney general Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a record $181 million settlement with Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and its parent company Johnson & Johnson to resolve charges of improper marketing and advertising of the powerful anti-psychotic drugs Risperdal and Invega.
SUNY Oneonta Moves Dr. Cornel West Lecture to Alumni Field House
Due to strong demand for tickets to see Dr. Cornel West speak Sept. 4 at SUNY Oneonta, the college announced Thursday that it will move the lecture to 7 p.m. at the Alumni Field House Dewar Arena.
Friday Tailgate: The Gobble Gobble Burger
I came up with this recipe by accident like many of the best things seem to be discovered. The story goes, I had about a quarter-pound of ground turkey, one slice of smoked deli turkey and scraps from chopping onions and peppers from a morning omelet ...
Out of the Darkness Walk Fundraiser is Sept. 8
The second annual Out of the Darkness Walk fundraiser will be Sept. 8 at Neawha Park in Oneonta. The walk kicks off the national Suicide Prevention week, running Sept. 9-15. Local event coordinator for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Donna Lange, explained the importance of the walk and why the public should be made aware of the problem ...
American Red Cross Plans Flood Remembrance Event in Binghamton
One year ago, Hurricane Irene made landfall in New York State as a Category 1 hurricane. And just as the state was starting to recover from its effects, remnants of tropical storm Lee hit on Sept. 7 and dumped another 10 inches of rain within a 24-hour period.
‘Seinfeld’ Solutions — Breaking Up with a Friend
You’ve really enjoyed your time with your new friend — be it a bromance or the female equivalent. But you’ve learned that, really, you just can’t stand the sight of that person anymore, and it’s time to move on. “Seinfeld” has a solution for that.
Make Sure Your Kids are Vaccinated Before Going Back to School
With the end of summer vacation and the return to school, it is a good time for parents to make sure their children’s vaccines are current and up to date. Yet according to the agency of healthcare research and quality statistics, fewer than 70 percent of all children receive all the recommended vaccines.