Thursday, April 28, 2011


HERE, GONE:  Prospective inductee Roberto Alomar slipped in and out of Cooperstown Tuesday, April 25, for his Hall of Fame orientation.  (Details, A13)

STILL TALKING:  Diana Nicols remains as Cooperstown police chief as negotiations continue on her retirement and to resolve her lawsuit against the village.

LOTS OF RUMMAGE:  Big tag sales are planned Saturday and Sunday, April 30-May 1, Cooperstown Rotary’s at Railroad and Leatherstocking and the OCCA’s in Pioneer Alley.

READY TO TAZE:  Cooperstown’s police officers have undergone a day’s training and been certified in the use of the Taser X26 Electronic Control Devise.

FROM THE PAST:  400 high schoolers from across the state are due at NYSHA Friday, April 29, for New York History Day competitions.

The Freeman’s Journal
Augie, Martina and Cecilia Franck, visiting relatives from New Jersey, were among the youngsters who greeted the Easter bunny in Lakefront Park Saturday, April 23, then escorted the rabbit to festivities at the Tunnicliff Inn.

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