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Expanding Business

January 18, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — Antonucci's Wholesale Fruits, Produce and Seafood Co. more »»

International Sales

January 4, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — Dunday’s Mens Wear owner Joe Gillis described the first time he packaged an item in his store and sent it off to a customer in a foreign country as “surreal. more »»

Stained glass snowflakes

December 21, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — In the basement workshop of Adirondack Stained Glass Works, partners Don Dwyer and Patrick Duell work to create the snowflakes. “Every one is a little different. more »»

Daycare Reform

November 30, 2014 When Johnstown resident Misty Houser first opened her home daycare business 20 years ago, all she needed to do was go to a one-hour orientation, submit to a background check and the state handed her... more »»

Black Thursday?

November 23, 2014 When speaking of the possibility of opening her small business on Thanksgiving, Mysteries on Main Street manager Patty Locatelli had an audible revulsion in her voice. more »»

Big Booty Business

November 16, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Sheldon Howard, the wellness and group exercise director at the Fulton County YMCA, has witnessed the accentuation of different body parts come in and out of style during his 30 years in... more »»

Big cars Back In Style

November 9, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — When gasoline was selling for more than $4 a gallon there was a long waiting list of people at Street Toyota Scion looking to purchase Toyota’s hybrid car the Toyota Priu. more »»

Home heating costs

October 19, 2014 Energy prices are dropping, and that should mean savings on home heating costs this winter. National Grid is projecting a 10 percent drop in natural gas costs this winter. more »»

Business of Halloween

October 12, 2014 Standing amid a display of locally grown pumpkins flanked by witch-shaped chocolates and corn wreaths, Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market manager Chris Curro remarked on the growing importance of... more »»

Spanish sausage

October 5, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Hidden away on Harrison Street in the former Perrone Leather building, a company called Pata Negra is slow aging meat, using a simulation of a centuries-old method for curing sausage. more »»

Local advantage

September 21, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Call it the Gloversville advantage —according to a recent study, local car insurance rates are lower than the state average and lower than other nearby cities. more »»

Not on empty

September 14, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Town officials are cautiously optimistic new retail stores within the town’s commercial corridor on Route 30A will help bridge the gap in sales tax revenues caused by the closing of the... more »»

Hotel Evolution

September 7, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — People looking for lodging in Gloversville on the website Airbnb. more »»

Boxing Business

August 31, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Former kickboxer Vic Trippodo wants to turn a former box making facility into an amateur boxing and MMA arena, but first he’s intent on duking it out with the city over code violations. more »»

Preparing for Growth

August 17, 2014 Four years ago, in the summer of 2010, local economic development officials were optimistic about the potential economic benefits to the local region of the GlobalFoundaries microchip fabrication... more »»

Wireless Internet

August 10, 2014 Walking through the downtown areas of Johnstown and Gloversville with a smart phone scanning for available Wi-Fi connections brings to mind the sentiments of the “Rime of the Ancient Mariner”: water... more »»

The Business of Ice Cream

July 27, 2014 There is an art to scooping the perfect homemade ice cream cone. more »»

Social Painting

July 20, 2014 For 30 years Deb Deming has taught art to Gloversville high school students. Recently, she’s expanded her teaching to a wider range of students, in a different kind of classroo. more »»

A Lifetime Selling Meat

July 13, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — John Franco remembers the days when a delivery of chickens to Bowman’s Market meant he’d be plucking some feather. more »»

Handmade bicycles

July 6, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — When Scott Hock came back to his hometown, after having moved away following the eighth grade, he had never worked in the bicycle manufacturing industry, although he loved to ride them. more »»



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