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Changing History

February 1, 2015 When Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a young girl growing up in Johnstown, the widow Flora Campbell visited Stanton’s father, Judge Daniel Cady, looking for legal advice. more »»

Finding Hope

January 18, 2015 The memoir Kathleen Pooler originally set out to write ended up being much different than the one she published in July. more »»

In Their Honor

January 11, 2015 Before August, veteran Elmer Shamon of Gloversville had never heard of Honor Flights. By October, he was getting ready to go on on. more »»

Know Your Rights

December 21, 2014 In November, a Saratoga County sheriff’s deputy was videotaped slapping a young man outside a Walmart in Halfmoon after the man refused to submit to a search of his vehicle. more »»

Hip to be Square

December 7, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — It took some begging from Dianne Kierpiec to get her husband, Marty, to come to a square-dance lesson at the ED Center with her in September 2013. more »»

State of the Arts

November 23, 2014 CANAJOHARIE — Variety has been the only recurring theme at the Arkell Museum’s annual Juried Art Show over the years. more »»

Leading the Cheer

November 16, 2014 The tumbling initially drew Josh Downing to cheerleading — or rather, the fact that he wasn’t supposed to be tumblin. more »»

Gift of Life

November 9, 2014 As an organ procurement coordinator with the Center for Donation and Transplant in Albany, Joey Nuqui has watched many families struggle with the decision to donate their loved ones’ organs or... more »»

Pushing Power

October 19, 2014 Shaun Evans of Galway thought he had reached a pinnacle when he won his first ultra-marathon in Pittsfield, Mass., in 2013 while pushing his son Shamus in a running chariot. more »»

The Old Inn

October 12, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The James Burk Inn may or may not be where the first shots of the Revolutionary War in the city were fired. more »»

Lady of the Dance

October 5, 2014 Line-dance instructor Sue Kaupelis went through each motion slowly, without music, explaining her movements to the handful of students assembled in the Broadalbin VFW on Thursday. more »»

Saving a School

September 28, 2014 NELLISTON — The two-story, four-room brick schoolhouse still stands at the corner of Stone Arabia and School streets in the village. more »»

A Gloversville Original

September 14, 2014 Gloversville native Joseph E. Persico, who died Aug. 30, was known for his biographies of Colin Powell, Franklin D. more »»

Recovering creativity

September 7, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Recovering addict David Hayes of Gloversville is tired of people looking down on him. more »»

From Farm to Fair

August 24, 2014 FONDA — This year, attendees at the 173rd Fonda Fair will be able to get a closer look at where their food comes from than ever before. more »»

On the Trail

August 10, 2014 Bringing 21 artists together for the first Sacandaga Valley Arts Network Art Trails was “like herding cats,” according to co-coordinator and SVAN member Marilyn Sargant. more »»

Lakeside classics

August 3, 2014 CAROGA LAKE — A chance encounter on an airplane five years ago led actress and singer Alyson Stoner to agree to appear at the third annual Caroga Lake Music Festival. more »»

Sharing Growth

July 27, 2014 Community-supported agriculture helped save Free Bird Farm in Palatine Bridg. more »»

Summer Standards

July 20, 2014 FONDA — Fonda-Fultonville Middle School Band Director Gregory Kowalczyk is in need of trombonists. more »»

Helping Paws

July 13, 2014 Due to a fear of dogs, Amsterdam native Rachelle Cotugno didn’t receive her first guide dog until she was 34 years old. more »»



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