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Bash for Berkshire

August 8, 2010 JOHNSTOWN — As the Berkshire Volunteer Fire Department gets ready to celebrate its 60th anniversary Saturday, Chief James Wilder said the department is thrivin. more »»

Sporting wildlife

August 1, 2010 VAIL MILLS — Visitors to the Wildlife Sports and Educational Museum will get a look at a new woodland scene. more »»

Living on Easy?Street

July 25, 2010 FLORIDA — When Lilly first came to Easy Street Horse & Barnyard Rescue, she was underweight and very shy. Now, the 2-year-old Tennessee Walker walks right up to strangers. more »»

Fiddling in the Old Country

July 18, 2010 FORT PLAIN — It’s a long way from the Erie Canal to the fjords of Norway, but Dick Solberg recently made that trek, drawing connections between his home and his ancestors’ homeland. more »»

Cooling costs

July 11, 2010 With the recent heat wave across the East Coast, Jason Cook has been bus. more »»

Property of History

July 4, 2010 A couple of local properties recently were recommended for inclusion on the state and national Registers of Historic Places. more »»

Making museum history

June 27, 2010 CAROGA — The Caroga Historical Museum has a new exhibit and a new director. more »»

Grill, Daddy, Grill! Barbecue is serious business for local fathers

June 20, 2010 For some fathers, there’s nothing better than firing up the grill and cooking outdoors on a warm summer evening. more »»

Exhibiting History

June 13, 2010 GLOVERSVILLE — People looking to catch a glimpse of the FJ&G Railroad can visit the Fulton County Museu. more »»

Chase’s chance

June 6, 2010 MAYFIELD — To look at him, one would never know Chase, an approximately 2 ½ year old collie mix, was ever close to death. more »»

Going to the Games

May 30, 2010 While the Empire State Senior Games are for older people, Carl Jurica will tell you he can still get the “competitive juices” flowing as much as when he was a young ma. more »»

Making Memories

May 23, 2010 Susan Sanford’s School of Dance in Amsterdam performed its 20th anniversary recital Saturday at Proctors Theatre in Schenectad. more »»

Voting video

May 16, 2010 AMSTERDAM — When it comes to voting, the U.S. may be the “Land of the Free, Home of the Apathetic. more »»

Tomatoes OK to plant, specialist says

May 9, 2010 Gardeners throughout the area battled late blight last year, which attacked potatoes and — most notably — tomatoes. more »»

Fostering?Hope

May 2, 2010 AMSTERDAM — Three weeks ago, Merlot, a mixed breed mother cat with tiger stripes, was living in the attic of a house with 14 cats and kittens. more »»

Saintly season

April 25, 2010 AURIESVILLE — The Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs is celebrating its 125th anniversary. more »»

Sculpting Understanding

April 18, 2010 A local artist recently gave a lecture and completed a work for display in Abu Dhabi. more »»

Hitting the cues

April 11, 2010 GLOVERSVILLE — Fulton County’s tiniest pool shark soon will make it to the big screen. Keith O’Dell Jr. more »»

Holiday Heritage

April 4, 2010 Easter is a time for Christians to celebrate and remember Jesus’ resurrection. For people of all religions, it is a time to wonder what the Easter Bunny and Easter eggs have to do with tha. more »»

Rehabilitation?Ready

March 28, 2010 AMSTERDAM — It has not even been a year since St. Mary’s Hospital acquired Amsterdam Memorial Hospital, and positive changes can be seen in the rehabilitation services available to patient. more »»

 
 

 

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