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Gifts demonstrate Northville’s kindness

February 14, 2016 While attending the Northville girls basketball game on Jan. 30, I was blessed with an amazing gift. I have been taking photos of Northville sporting events for the past 25 years. more »»

Taxpayers may not feel so ‘posi+ive’

February 14, 2016 Fulton County Posi+ive: So the new slogan reads. more »»

Remember history or it will repeat

February 14, 2016 I have been here since 1949. I remember walking home from Boulevard school and waving to the water department workers, who waved back, as they were cleaning the storm basins with shovel. more »»

Mercy for animals missing in action

February 14, 2016 A story published Jan. more »»

Church has chance to rise from ruins

February 14, 2016 In 1996, the non-profit Gloversville Theater Corp. was formed by a group of committed volunteers. Through the generosity of Rick Ruby, they acquired title to the Glove Theatre for $1. more »»

Smoking merits ‘R’ for movies

February 14, 2016 Overall, 50 percent of all top-grossing U.S. films featured tobacco imagery in 2015. Thirteen percent of G/PG films, 47 percent of PG-13 films and 69 percent of R-rated films showed tobacco. more »»

Picture was unnecessary

February 7, 2016 I would like to make The Leader-Herald aware that I feel extremely bad judgment was used in printing a large picture in the Jan. 31 newspaper of a young migrant boy who lost his life while at sea. more »»

Editorial on walkers took wrong step

February 7, 2016 I find myself opposed to your editorial published Jan. 30. In the “Cheers and jeers” you were critical of citizens — both young and old, I presume — who walk in the city streets. more »»

Thanks to deputy for his assistance

February 7, 2016 On Jan. 27, I was driving on North Perry Street and I noticed my brake peddle went almost to the floor (my brake line broke). more »»

Gloversville water’s not a smart choice

January 31, 2016 Attention Fulton County towns: Think you want Gloversville’s water? Think again. more »»

Shame on people for judging nurses

January 31, 2016 Shame on you for judging the nurses at Nathan Littauer Hospital. First of all, you never worked there, and second, you were never in a union. more »»

Constitutional rights are in danger

January 31, 2016 “December 7, 1941, a date that will live in infamy ...” We recently marked the 74th anniversary of the American entry into World War II. more »»

Community invited to take part in event

January 31, 2016 Holding the Johnstown Colonial Stroll and Parade in one evening was a resounding success. It was enjoyed by all who attended as well as by everyone who took part. more »»

Talk to your children about drugs, alcohol

January 31, 2016 In honor of Drug Facts Week, Jan. 25 to 31, I am writing this letter to challenge parents to discuss with their children their stance on underage drug and alcohol use. more »»

Only Jesus Christ can bestow peace

January 24, 2016 “Black Lives Matter” is now the slogan used among some black people across America. I wholeheartedly concur. However, I would like to amend that statement and write, “Human lives matter. more »»

City does not fund library

January 24, 2016 In her letter published Jan. 10, Susie Knapp implied the city of Gloversville gave financial support to the Gloversville Public Library. That is incorrect. more »»

Good to see city values senior center

January 24, 2016 Well, thank goodness Gloversville realizes the value of the senior center and what it brings to all the wonderful people in the community and the value of our seniors, as in our “parents. more »»

Sherman’s hearing needed this summer

January 24, 2016 The editorial published in The Leader-Herald on Jan. more »»

Show support for local basketball

January 24, 2016 A very intense and entertaining Foothills battle took place Wednesday, as the Broadalbin-Perth Patriots visited the Amsterdam Rams. more »»

Training outsourced to college students

January 24, 2016 Each day we hear corporate America demanding students be better trained. At one time, corporations such as G.E. trained their own workers. more »»



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