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Gloversville has changed since ’50s

August 14, 2016 The Gloversville of my youth was a city bustling with life and reasonable prosperity. My great aunt Ida Amidon had a dress shop on Main Street. more »»

Interim mayor deserves credit

August 14, 2016 I give interim Mayor Cindy Lakata credit for taking on the task after the passing of Mayor Julius. more »»

Thanks Gloversville boys soccer team

August 14, 2016 Barbara Madonna and I would like to thank the Gloversville High School boys soccer team and coach Jay Hillabrandt for the wonderful job they did moving furniture at the Gloversville Public Library o... more »»

Government checklist

August 14, 2016 In reference to some of our elected officials who are demanding that anyone who is on the no-fly list be blocked from buying a firearm and, possibly, have their firearms confiscated. more »»

What can you do in a minute?

August 14, 2016 What can you do in a minute? You can choose to: Blow your nose, brush your teeth, change the TV channel, fire a gun, pick your nose, eat a banana, say hello, text someone, fold a shirt, hug your dog... more »»

Support Tedisco for state Senate

August 14, 2016 I am writing this letter in support of Jim Tedisco. As an educator for the past 15 years, I have been witness to a stark change in our education system. more »»

City Council Meeting good time to voice opinion on fire pits

August 8, 2016 On Tuesday the city council will be discussing Fire Pits during it's meeting. It would be a good time for those people affected by fire pits in their neighborhoods to voice their opinions. more »»

Constitutional Republic in Peril

August 7, 2016 Benjamin Franklin, the elder statesman of the Constitutional Congress, was approached by a woman on a street in Philadelphia as the deliberations were concluding. more »»

Candidate Klueg will work for us

August 7, 2016 I’m writing today to support a candidate for New York State Senate who will bring real strength and convictions to represent us in office. more »»

We don’t need a career politician

August 7, 2016 Every day a career politician spends in office is a day they grow further out of touch with our needs in the community. more »»

Clean Energy Standard a win

August 7, 2016 In passing the Clean Energy Standard (CES), New York is now the groundbreaking world leader in recognizing nuclear power’s crucial role in our energy portfolio and in the protection of our... more »»

Gloversville, a city in trouble

August 7, 2016 Who knows how or when it happened. It doesn't matter, it's how and when to fix it. more »»

Klueg has four times required signatures

August 7, 2016 I am very impressed with Christian Klueg running for New York state senate and seeing the number of signatures he received — four times more than required — for the right to be in the Republican... more »»

Gittens family seeks mercy

July 31, 2016 This letter is in reference to the trial of Kim Gittens, which was recently held in Gloversville. First, let me say that Kim has maintained that she was innocent from the beginning of this ordeal. more »»

Thank you for your support

July 31, 2016 As coordinator of the Monday free lunch program at North Main Street United Methodist Church in Gloversville, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has helped us get this far. more »»

Telemarketing calls are daily annoyance

July 24, 2016 I would like to get this problem discussed in the newspaper. I am 83 years old. There isn’t a day goes by when I am not bothered by a telemarketer; sometimes three to four times a day. more »»

Memorial parade recognizes veterans

July 24, 2016 I attended the recent Memorial Day parade in Gloversville, and enjoyed it very much. more »»

Voters looking for change

July 24, 2016 More than 4,000 signatures shows New York voters want change in Albany. We all know Albany is broken. more »»

Is Lady Justice truly blind?

July 17, 2016 Last week, FBI Director Comey elaborated about Clinton’s behavior regarding her personal email issues and what actually took place. more »»

Support for event appreciated

July 17, 2016 The Johnstown Area Community Center would like to thank everyone who donated time, money and/or services to make the fourth annual Star Spangled Fireworks celebration at Knox Field such a resounding... more »»



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