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Local veteran pens second book about service in Korea

July 8, 2012 JOHNSTOWN — Harris R. Stearns, a retired city firefighter and decorated Korean War veteran, has published a second book based on his service. more »»

Mona's Little Helper

July 1, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — For such a small horse, she’s kind of a big deal. more »»

Russo’s new work is old-school

July 1, 2012 CAMDEN, Maine (AP) — Readers can’t survive on e-books alone, says author Richard Russo. more »»

Canada Lake’s art tradition highlighted in new exhibit

June 24, 2012 CAROGA — A century ago, Canada Lake already was a popular retreat for folks eager to escape the summer heat of the cit. more »»

Shooting for a Celebration

June 17, 2012 JOHNSTOWN — The Pine Tree Rifle Club is celebrating its 75th anniversary this yea. more »»

Reading Family Trees

June 10, 2012 NORTHVILLE — For those living in or around the Sacandaga Valley, a program at the Northville Public Library may be able to show them their family tree. more »»

Nursing Benefits

June 3, 2012 While the recent cover photo on Time magazine that showed a woman breast-feeding her 3-year-old generated plenty of debate, there is no question for some local medical professionals about the... more »»

Dream Work

May 27, 2012 No one has to tell Wanda Burch about the value of dreams. more »»

Soaring Interest

May 20, 2012 Audubon New York is spreading the word about how birders help local economies. more »»

Growing Markets

May 13, 2012 Spring is here again, and with it are the area's local farmers markets. However, there will be some new wrinkles at the locations this year, which should keep things fresh for shoppers. more »»

Magnetic Therapy

May 6, 2012 JOHNSTOWN — Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation therapy may be a relatively new treatment for depression, but it already has proven its worth to some. more »»

Riding safely

April 29, 2012 May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and according to recent studies, it may be a good idea for new motorcyclists to think about being careful on the road. more »»

Remembering a Munchkin

April 22, 2012 While Cynthia Marguerite Nickloy — a 35-inch tall woman who starred under the big top and in movies — may have died 50 years ago, but she has not been forgotten. more »»

Caring kid

April 15, 2012 Ashley McDuffee is surprised at the attention she has received for raising awareness of mental illness. She recently was honored as one of the medalists for the 2012 Jefferson Awards. more »»

Community couple

April 8, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — While the building at 24 Prospect Ave. may be blue, a walk around back shows it has actually gone “green.” Clearly visible on the roof are the solar panels for a . more »»

Birthplace Reborn

April 1, 2012 AMSTERDAM — Even before entering the recently renovated maternity unit at St. Mary’s Healthcare — known as The Birthplace — a person will see smiling children, happy parents and even flowers. more »»

Early Buzz

March 25, 2012 The mild winter that has given many Northern farmers a break from shoveling and a welcome chance to catch up on maintenance could lead to a tough spring as many pests that would normally freeze have... more »»

Cutting-edge medicine

March 18, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — Since starting work in the area last summer, Dr. Jian Shen has done more than 200 spinal surgeries. Shen — who does procedures at Nathan Littauer Hospital and St. more »»

Ivy’s Tale

March 11, 2012 On a recent visit to the PetSmart in Amsterdam, Ivy the pit bull was her usual self: calm, happy and interested more in relaxing than running around. Her owners, T.J. more »»

Anti-smoking cuts

March 4, 2012 Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposes cutting $5 million from the current $41.4 million for state anti-smoking programs this year as he contends with a nearly $2 billion deficit. more »»



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