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Smoking labels

December 12, 2010 While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a proposal to issue larger and more graphic health warnings on cigarette packages, not everyone agrees on what the effect will be. more »»

Chipping trend

December 5, 2010 Local people involved in microchipping cats and dogs say interest in the transponders seems to be growing. Dr. more »»

Helping Tots get Toys

November 28, 2010 John Pradelski, the Toys for Tots coordinator for Fulton and Montgomery counties, said he hopes when people are shopping this year, they remember all the children they can help by donating a toy thi... more »»

Dealing with diabetes

November 21, 2010 When it comes to living with diabetes, it seems each individual must figure out what sort of lifestyle choices work best for them. more »»

Photographer of the feathers

November 14, 2010 The first time Brian M. Henry went into the woods to photograph birds, it did not seem like the sort of thing that he would do again. “I was bored to tears,” the 58-year-old Johnstown resident said. more »»

Notable native

November 7, 2010 BROADALBIN — When U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Paige Martin sings on the stage at Broadalbin-Perth High School on Saturday, she will be singing in her hometown. more »»

Local martial artists to compete in Dublin

November 1, 2010 Thirteen martial artists ages 10 to 40 from Martial Arts & Me in Johnstown will compete in the Dublin, Ireland, Open International Karate Championships next month. more »»

Hunting returns

October 24, 2010 There seems to be plenty of enthusiasm for deer hunting in the area. more »»

Fashioning the future

October 17, 2010 GLOVERSVILLE — As far as Daniel Storto is concerned, the best way for the city to move forward is to embrace its past. more »»

‘Hams’ on the radio

October 10, 2010 When Gloversville resident Don Gifford considers why he is involved in training for emergency communications with amateur radio, he pictures the smiling face of a woman he did not kno. more »»

The Flu Fighters

October 3, 2010 It’s that time of year again, when people start getting their flu shots. more »»

Growing giants

September 26, 2010 EDINBURG — Todd Brownell of Edinburg has a couple of giants on his property. They are not big, hairy brutes who smell the blood of Englishman. Rather, they are giant pumpkin. more »»

Celebrating service

September 19, 2010 FORT JOHNSON — The Fort Johnson Volunteer Fire Company, celebrating 75 years this year, does more than put out fires in the local community. more »»

Expanding sounds

September 12, 2010 The sounds produced by open mic nights in the local area are growing, as the number of venues seems to have expanded. more »»

Still Dancing

September 5, 2010 CAROGA — Marion “Bonnie” Yates Buchner said she has a philosophy of life that is similar to the old motto of New York state. Let each become all that he or she is capable of being. more »»

Growing for 75 years

August 29, 2010 GLOVERSVILLE — Patricia DeWeese joined the Kingsboro Garden Club 34 years ago. Over the years, she has learned a lot about gardening that she has enjoyed. more »»

Market Savings

August 22, 2010 There may be a way for people to save money by shopping at local farmers markets. more »»

Healing with Wii-hab

August 15, 2010 AMSTERDAM — Of all the places the Nintendo Wii has made its way into that are unconventional for a video game system, such as libraries and senior centers, physical rehabilitation units may be the... more »»

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 »»



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