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March 31, 2013 GLOVERSVILLE — It’s been a longstanding fear of close-knit communities ever since chain stores and eateries started dotting the consumer landscape in small towns. more »»

Airbrush tattoo studio opens in Johnstown

March 31, 2013 JOHNSTOWN — A new business downtown is offering what owner Wayne Marvin calls a “fun and pain free way” for kids and adults to express themselves. more »»

Businesses say snow plays a vital part in economy

March 24, 2013 Spring’s wintry start Wednesday that carried on with flurries and light snowfall throughout the week left many longing for sunshine and blossoms. more »»

New Process Cleaners invests in new equipment

March 24, 2013 JOHNSTOWN — New Process Cleaners invested in two new new pieces of equipment this month. more »»

Beauty Mark: Johnstown spa owner stands out in skin care industry

March 17, 2013 JOHNSTOWN — For SW Skin Care & Cosmetics founder Sherry Wieszchowski, beauty isn’t only skin deep. more »»

New cafe opens in YMCA building

March 17, 2013 JOHNSTOWN — A new cafe offering healthy options opened March 4 in the Fulton County YMCA at 213 Harrison Street. more »»

Reporting for Duty

March 10, 2013 Retired Army Sgt. Tony Germain served a 15- month tour in Afghanistan. Now, after he was medically retired from the military on Oct. more »»

Woman’s invention solves need in horse showing

March 3, 2013 MAYFIELD — The best ideas are often the simplest. more »»

Cooperative Effort

February 17, 2013 Shopping at a cooperative market can give buyers warm fuzzy feelings about supporting their local producers, but what’s the economic effect of having a centralized place for growers, crafters and... more »»

The Shear Strength of Alpacas

February 10, 2013 They’re child friendly, environmentally friendly and have a downright pleasant disposition. more »»

Fortifying Farms

February 3, 2013 Local farmers have have mixed views on a proposal by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to ease regulations on large-scale dairy operations. more »»

A Fine Win for Local Winery

January 27, 2013 CHARLESTON — Add equal parts skill, patience, passion and dedication. Let ferment about 14 years and the product is a budding winery putting Montgomery County on the state’s wine country map. more »»

Cuomo proposes changes to equal-pay provision

January 20, 2013 ALBANY — Under the current state Labor Law’s Equal Pay provision, employees who perform the same job cannot be paid differently based on their gender. There are several exceptions to that rule. more »»

Antique store making new memories

January 20, 2013 NELLISTON — MaryAnn Pierpont always has been fond of antiques and dreamed of opening a shop. In November, she made her dream a reality when she opened Memories Old & New at 62 E. Main St. more »»

Many hopeful about job market in new year

January 13, 2013 Hiring levels nationwide are creeping up toward where they were before the recession began in December 2007 according to the latest data from the U.S. Labor Department. more »»

A Textile Tale

January 7, 2013 AMSTERDAM — Anyone looking for optimism in local economic development need not look far for an American manufacturer weaving a positive tale on a loom of renewed possibilities. more »»

Wheel House

December 30, 2012 JOHNSTOWN — After nearly 40 years Don Brown Bus Sales Inc. more »»

Local employers discuss a possible minimum wage hike

December 16, 2012 With what’s been called a “coalition governance” structure shaping up in the state Senate as the Independent Democratic Conference and the Republican Conference join forces, some senators say a... more »»

Be Our Guest: Site managers say heritage tourism boosts interest in region

December 9, 2012 Over the past few years the recession helped some families rediscover what may be a short drive from their own backyard. more »»



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