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Shame on nurses for their demands

January 17, 2016 I am a registered nurse with 40 years of hospital experience who worked full time in an area hospital. more »»

Let authorities know animals need help

January 10, 2016 Fellow neighbors, now that the cold weather has arrived, can you please keep an eye out for animals who are left out in the elements without proper shelter? If you happen to see dogs, cats, horses... more »»

Shift funding to senior center

January 10, 2016 I think it is time for the taxpayers of Gloversville to take a hard look at the money that is going to the Gloversville Public Library. more »»

Cancer screening can save lives

January 10, 2016 Many women don’t know cervical cancer can be prevented. more »»

Some information missing from post

January 10, 2016 As most local residents know, the registered nurses at Nathan Littauer Hospital, represented by the New York State Nurses Association, staged a one-day strike Wednesday related to alleged unfair... more »»

Did we get corrupt gov’t we deserve?

January 3, 2016 Here are the names of New York state legislators who have been charged or convicted of crimes since 2010: ? Former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, convicted of federal corruption. more »»

City should give more to center

January 3, 2016 I find it difficult to believe the astute leaders of Gloversville do not recognize what a good thing they have going — the Senior Citizens Service Center of Gloversville & Fulton County, located on... more »»

SOS for the senior center

December 27, 2015 I would like everyone in Gloversville to know what the senior center, at 53 Church St., means to me. I moved to the Gloversville area about 10 years ag. more »»

Couple were nice to pay for supper

December 27, 2015 We would like to thank the couple who purchased our supper at Big Mike’s on Dec. 16. We were very much surprised that our bill had been paid anonymously by you. more »»

Senior center serves entire community

December 27, 2015 The Leader-Herald reported in its Dec. 12 edition that the Gloversville senior center is seeking $100,000 to keep its doors open. The center has set up a GoFundMe Page — www.gofundme. more »»

Ending sewer board a very bad idea

December 27, 2015 It is with dismay and disappointment that I recently read that Gloversville and Johnstown may move to dissolve the Joint Sewer Board. more »»

Thanks for getting cat out of tree

December 27, 2015 Many thanks to the members of the Johnstown Fire Department who arrived Nov. 29 to aid this “neighborhood cat” who had spent three days stuck in a tree. more »»

New gun law asks much of owners

December 27, 2015 The definition of assault weapon by New York state law includes a semi-automatic rifle with a removable magazine with any of the following: folding stock, adjustable stock, thumbhole stock,... more »»

Do research before voting

December 20, 2015 According to recent national polling data, Donald Trump remains decisively the top Republican candidate running for president, commanding a towering lead of more than 20 points from his next closest... more »»

Parade, stroll helped downtown shine

December 20, 2015 The advent of the holiday season in Gloversville began this year with the combined Home for the Holidays tree lighting and downtown stroll and the holiday parade. more »»

Global warming demands attention

December 20, 2015 I have been writing about the crisis that is global warming. more »»

‘Secret Santa’ helps deck the hall

December 20, 2015 For some years now, a “secret Santa” has been placing a very large, beautiful Christmas wreath on the side of our Perth Town Hall several weeks before Christma. more »»

Thanks for help with parade

December 20, 2015 The city of Johnstown Parade Committee would like to thank all those who helped out in any way with the “Home for the Holidays Parade” held recently in the city of Johnstown. more »»

Trees for Troops sees great response

December 20, 2015 This letter is to acknowledge with enthusiastic appreciation the response my local district office has experienced with the Trees for Troops project. more »»

Turn to scriptures to find a friend

December 20, 2015 Like a biting wind, bereaved heartbroken people feel the chill of loneliness. more »»



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