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Century of Representation

October 10, 2010 One hundred years ago, a group of New York state employees got together and organized the Civil Service Employees Association. more »»

Bean Counting

October 3, 2010 That morning cup of coffee, which for some, is a vital part in getting the day going, may leave wallets a little lighter as bean prices have risen 43 percent in the past three months, a 13-year high. more »»

Giving Extra

September 19, 2010 Most malls have a big-box bookstore and the Internet’s tentacles can reach into nearly every home. Books themselves are even being downloaded into portable electronic devices. more »»

Reaching Out Online

September 5, 2010 Area businesses are increasingly learning to use and take advantage of free social networking services like Facebook to grow and promote their busines. more »»

Local Staple

August 29, 2010 GLEN — Tim Lane lives his life in bread, spending mornings up to his elbows in yeasty dough, surrounded by stacks of olive oil-soaked focaccia. more »»

Sweet harvest: Growers expect tastier apples this year

August 16, 2010 The summer so far has been hot and sunny, and the abundance of sunshine makes for a sweet crop of apples this year in the Empire State. more »»

Below the Average

August 8, 2010 The clock was ticking Thursday afternoon on an online auction for a Johnstown property that was up for bid for at least the third time. more »»

Financial Changes

August 1, 2010 GLOVERSVILLE — It’s been nearly two years since the global economic crisis threatened to collapse economies all over the world. more »»

25 Years of Ice Cream

July 25, 2010 MAYFIELD — Twenty-five years ago, two dairy farmers decided to open a small ice cream stand on the corner of Routes 29 and 30. more »»

No ‘Love’ for Tourism

July 18, 2010 The “I Love N.Y.” program, which provides funding for local marketing and promotion for 57 tourism agencies across the state, is still in limbo due to the ongoing battle to close the $9. more »»

Resort’s Centennial

July 11, 2010 CAROGA LAKE — This year marks another anniversary, the 100th year since three ponds were dammed to form Peck’s Lak. more »»

Price to Smoke

July 4, 2010 Retailers cringe, customers complain, anti-tobacco advocates cheer, and politicians count the proceeds. more »»

Tax on Tanning

June 27, 2010 Beginning this week, tanning booth users may soon have to pay a bit more for the service. more »»

Turning to Hot Dogs

June 20, 2010 Many relish the thought of enjoying a hot dog during the summer. They can also top them with mustard and ketchup if they want t. more »»

Sweet Future

June 13, 2010 CANAJOHARIE — As Richardson Brands’ Chocolate Gourmet Mints spun in a giant vat, a new machine purchased after a 2006 flood sorted them into packages of two at 656 units per minute. more »»

Eating Outdoors

June 6, 2010 With wintry weather finally a thing of the past, for now at least, local restaurateurs are eagerly setting up tables and chairs on decks and patios as customers demand an outdoor eating experience. more »»

More Empty Bottles

May 30, 2010 Seven months have passed since the state Legislature passed a law expanding bottle recycling regulations, and local businesses that handle the recyclables have varying opinions on how the law has... more »»

Evolving Industry

May 23, 2010 The closing credits are rolling on thousands of video rental stores across the nation, and the effect is being felt in Fulton and Montgomery countie. more »»

Generational Store

May 16, 2010 CAROGA?LAKE — Jerry Groom’s motto for his store in Caroga Lake, “If we don’t have it, you don’t need it,” symbolizes the independent spirit and hard work that has kept the store viable for three... more »»

Portable Pizzeria

May 9, 2010 PERTH — Orapello’s Wood Fired Pizza is fast (90 seconds), hot (800 degrees) and here today, somewhere else tomorro. more »»

 
 

 

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