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Riding For a Cure

May 25, 2014 Marissa Wille, 10, of Mayfield was exhausted after riding her bike 10 miles in her first Tour De Cure in Saratoga Springs last year. more »»

Expressive Art

May 18, 2014 NORTHVILLE — Faith LaFountain, 23, of Gloversville laughed, covered her face and blushed Friday as she sat at a table in the center of the Sacandaga Valley Arts Network’s gallery, upstairs in the... more »»

Here’s to you, class of 2014

May 18, 2014 Ever wish you could give a high school commencement speech? Well, here’s your chance to shine on the stage, from the comfort of home. more »»

For The Bees

May 4, 2014 Brian McDonald got into the honey business about 10 years ago, just in time to witness the discovery of Colony Collapse disorder. more »»

Up in Vapor

April 27, 2014 Ryan M. Carroll, 21, made it his New Year’s resolution this year to quit smoking. more »»

Balancing Act

April 20, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — City resident Doris Clo, 82, is lucky. When she fell while taking out the garbage this winter, she was not hurt. more »»

State Of Health

April 13, 2014 Most years, when the New York state budget is announced, Nathan Littauer Hospital expects to lose funding. That didn’t happen this year. more »»

Best In Show

April 6, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Broadalbin-Perth High School senior Taz Taylor got the nickname “Squirrel” from his soccer teammates last year. more »»

Program allows seniors to find help with repairs, housework, more

March 30, 2014 Sometimes a call to the Sacandaga Task Force for Senior Living’s handyman program requires a creative solution. more »»

Telling Their Stories

March 23, 2014 Broadalbin resident Robert Bickmeyer keeps the small, softbound book alongside the urn carrying his wife’s ashes in his home. Judy Bickmeyer, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2008, died on Dec. more »»

Market Growth

March 9, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Diana Marshall isn’t giving up the secret of her three homemade pasta dishes, at least not yet. more »»

Glen town judge’s photo exhibit depicts violence, paranoia in 1970s Belfast

March 2, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Two black-and-white photos of Irish children hang framed on the wall near the door of the Perrella Gallery at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. more »»

Rock ‘n’ Roll All Night

February 23, 2014 Two years ago, Johnstown cover band Skyler’s Dream Team was in a tight spo. more »»

Dancing Into Shape

February 16, 2014 Count Janice Bamford, 32, of Broadalbin among Zumba Fitness’ many converts. more »»

Good to get owner on phone

February 16, 2014 Thursday morning a week ago, we woke up to find our refrigerator-freezer not working and the food rapidly defrosting. more »»

Union Hall chefs past and present keep food creative

February 16, 2014 Kim Henck is the owner and chef of the historic Union Hall Inn in Johnstown. “I have always had a passion for food. As a child I was responsible for the desserts of the household,” he said. more »»

On Their Own

February 9, 2014 Gloversville native Peter Pollak dreamed of becoming a published author as a teenager. Now at age 70 he is one, four times over. more »»

Olympics bring back skiing memories

February 9, 2014 The TV has been dominated by sports lately, with Super Bowl XLVIII the most watched TV program in United States history, and the start of the Winter Olympics in Russi. more »»

Treat chefs with kindness and love

February 9, 2014 Plan the menu, find the recipes, secure the food, arrange the order, prep the vegetables, assign the tasks, make the food, heat the food, cool the food, work out the timing, design each dish, serve... more »»

A Fighting Chance

February 2, 2014 Before 15-year-old Gabrielle Allen of Gloversville started training at Pazzaglia’s American Kenpo Karate in Johnstown a few years ago, she was having issues with a bully at Gloversville High School. more »»



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