Congratulations are in order for local Environmental Conservation Officer (ECO) Anthony Glorioso. He has accepted a promotion to Supervising Environmental Conservation Officer of Emergency Management and Response in the Northern District.
Biologists report turkey hunters took about 17,000 birds in New York during the 2019 spring season. They noted spring harvest success is often tied to breeding productivity two years prior, as hunters focus on adult gobblers that are at least two-years-old.
CAIRO — Soon after receiving word that he’d been inducted into the New York State Basketball Hall of Fame, Robert Piano, Sr., of Cairo began reflecting on his 35-year career. Most often, the memories haven’t lead to stats, awards, or championships — but rather, the players he’s coached in th…
Photo contributed Bob Piano was recently inducted into the St. Raymond’s Hall of Fame. The former Cairo-Durham and Columbia-Greene Community College coach will also be inducted into the New York state Basketball Hall of Fame.
Photo contributed Bob Piano won 152 games as varsity coach at St. Raymond’s High School in the Bronx from 1971-81 before eventually heading upstate to coach at Cairo-Durham High School and Columbia-Greene Community College.
LATHAM — In accordance with Governor Cuomo’s announcement today that New York schools will be closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the school year, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s 11 member Sections have cancelled all remaining spring sports.
When DEC announced the opening of the 2020 spring turkey season would take place on its usual date of May 1st, with the youth hunt opening the weekend before, they cautioned hunters to take steps to limit the spread of COVID-19.
LATHAM — The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announces the cancellation of the 2020 spring state championship events. The impacted events are boys and girls track & field, boys tennis, softball, baseball, golf and both boys and girls lacrosse state champ…
Contributed photoTwo local lawmakers are seeking a waiver to the NY on PAUSE directive from the state that would allow race car drivers to begin practicing and tuning up their vehicles at Lebanon Valley Speedway.