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Healthy giving

December 11, 2011 Local food pantries — like many national ones — are making sure families have some healthy options for food this holiday season. more »»

Meaningful gifts

December 4, 2011 When it comes to finding gifts for people of the Christian or Jewish faith, there are a variety of unusual and interesting items available. more »»

Hale Hadassah

November 27, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — The local chapter of Hadassah is still going strong, as evidenced by the turnout as their recent 30th annual craft fair. more »»

Making a Difference

November 20, 2011 AMSTERDAM — Vehicles were lined up along Route 30 on Monday evening, with people packed into Nicolino’s restaurant. more »»

Harvesting rural life

November 13, 2011 Images from Stone Arabia, including a historic Dutch barn, are among those in a photographer’s solo exhibition at the community gallery in the Arkell Museum and Canajoharie Librar. more »»

Building a winner

October 30, 2011 JOHNSTOWN — John Peck can still recall his first airplane ride, in a seaplane on Peck Lake when he was a child. He said he has been crazy about airplanes ever since. more »»

Driven to collect

October 23, 2011 JOHNSTOWN — In a sense, one can walk into Russell V. Pollard’s garage and practically take a trip around the United States. more »»

Cooking show

October 16, 2011 When the Taste of Home Cooking School show comes to Gloversville on Oct. 27, Gail Murray will be there. more »»

Celebrating Lions

October 9, 2011 JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown and Central Mohawk Valley Lions Clubs are both celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. more »»

Healing helpings

October 2, 2011 A number of hospitals across the nation are breaking the old Jell-O mold, blending feeling better with tasting better as they liven up patient menus with the likes of fresh blood oranges and shrimp... more »»

Aiding an artist

September 25, 2011 Tom Loucks kicked up plenty of sawdust Tuesday while cutting pieces of wood for one of his creations. more »»

Volunteer recovery

September 18, 2011 Since Tropical Storm Irene hit the area in late August, volunteers have responded to the call for help. more »»

Saying goodbye

September 11, 2011 Patricia Nugent can still remember the phone call that came out of nowhere to change her life foreve. more »»

Natural style

September 4, 2011 Rustic furniture, including works of both traditional and contemporary design, will be on display at the Adirondack Museum’s 24th annual Rustic Furniture Fair next Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 11. more »»

Entertaining Fair

August 28, 2011 FONDA — When Jeff Dufel arrived at the Fonda Fairgrounds early Tuesday afternoon, he already had people waiting to see him. more »»

Budgeting for health

August 21, 2011 When it comes to affording a healthy diet, Nan Ransom said, people need to remember to get back to the basics, which includes planning their meals, clipping coupons and checking the price per unit o... more »»

‘Viking’ honored

August 14, 2011 JOHNSTOWN — It has been more than 60 years since World War II ended, but Donald A. Curtis recently received a special honor for his service during and after the conflict. more »»

Socializing for 50 years

August 7, 2011 CANAJOHARIE — Dorothy Morrison said the reason the Canajoharie Senior Citizens Club has been able to thrive for 50 years is simple: The members enjoy the fellowship they get from being in the group. more »»

Painting the Adirondacks

July 31, 2011 JOHNSTOWN — Since he was a young child, Paul?Lakata has wanted to be an artist. “I’ve always had a love of art,” the Caroga Lake resident said. more »»

Naming history

July 24, 2011 BLEECKER — Earlier this month, a little piece of history was unveiled. On July 16, the Bleecker Historical Society revealed a marker on Lake Drive that tells some of the history of Lake Edward. more »»



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