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Local business starts petition against toll hike

September 30, 2012 AMSTERDAM — The state Thruway Authority’s proposed 45 percent toll increase for trucks with three axles or more has put the business community on the offensive since the proposal was first made in... more »»

Seeing Optimism: New surgery center touted as positive sign of growth

September 23, 2012 AMSTERDAM — A privately funded $1 million project broke ground off of Route 30 in the town last week, paving the way for a high-tech ambulatory surgery center that will add about 10 new full-time... more »»

Home Sewn: Local Glovemaker’s work in Vogue

September 23, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — It wasn’t the first time Daniel Storto was commissioned by the editors at Vogue magazine to design and sew a pair of gloves, but this order presented a new challenge for the glovemake... more »»

Art classes to be offered downtown

September 23, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — Local art instructor Cheryl Bielli, a state certified art teacher, is offering art lessons this fall at a new space at Antiques N Uniques, located at 33 N. Main S. more »»

Still in the family

September 17, 2012 AMSTERDAM — Though June’s Hallmark celebrated its 40-year anniversary without its pioneering female entrepreneur, founder June Czelusniak, her principles remain a hallmark of the store as it remains... more »»

Chopped crop: Apple yield halved; fruit sweeter

September 9, 2012 After high temperatures in March, blossom-shriveling frosts in April, and a hot-dry summer, the apple crop yield is down 54 percent statewide from the five-year average, according to the U.S. more »»

New independent pharmacy opens downtown

September 2, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — Hash Patel, who has eight years of experience as a pharmacist, opened Fulton County’s newest independent pharmacy Aug. 6. more »»

American innovators

September 2, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — After long hours, several prototypes, traveling to trade shows and scouting out onshore manufacturing operations, a local company soon will have two products available on two... more »»

Gloversville officials look to build new access road

August 26, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — When it comes to breaking the access barrier on Route 30A, the question of balance comes into play. more »»

Recycling center opens in Meco

August 19, 2012 MECO — Joe Semione’s Perfection Cleaning Service at 538 County Road 122 has opened a bottle and can redemption center at the building. Semione received a permit from the town of Johnstown on Tuesda. more »»

County will respond to state Medicaid inquiry

August 19, 2012 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to submit a statement of interest to the state Department of Health to have the county perform certain Medicaid administrative... more »»

Local company supplies team in London Olympics

August 12, 2012 AMSTERDAM — American ingenuity is alive and well. more »»

Companies hope investment in employees pays off

July 29, 2012 At Townsend Leather in Johnstown, employees can choose from a fleet of bicycles to take an energizing ride on their lunch breaks. S. more »»

Local hobby shops cater to gamers

July 22, 2012 AMSTERDAM—Joe Bauer reviews his cards silently, looking as Eric Andrzejewski plays his hand, while Cole Mead plans his next move. Before them sit their card armies, waiting to beat their opponents. more »»

Fiber Rich

July 16, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — Maintained roadways and adequate water and sewer service are obvious infrastructure needs that must be met for a region to thrive. more »»

High-tech push

July 8, 2012 JOHNSTOWN — Ideally, Fulton County would like to have more high-tech, low-polluting companies that pay good wages to lots of people. more »»

Due Credit

July 1, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE —The Fulton County Federal Credit Union began 40 years ago with a collective $25 investment and a dream. more »»

Carving a Notch: Third-generation restaurateur works to revive family legacy at Top Notch

June 24, 2012 PERTH — James Palmateer neither cooked nor dined at the first Top Notch Tavern, but when the 21-year-old and his two business partners bought the old gathering place last year, he already had a goo... more »»

Natural Growth

June 17, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — In one year the Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market has more than doubled its membership, created several new jobs, increased its purchases of local goods twofold and breathed new life... more »»

Damaged Crop

June 10, 2012 Apple growers remember far too well when the area got hit with summerlike weather in March, a time when the last gasps of winter usually reluctantly give way to spring. more »»



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