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Changing Market

April 29, 2012 The Leader-Herald Several years ago, Monica Armstrong was laid off and seeking employment. more »»

Help or Hindrance?

April 22, 2012 This week, the question of whether to raise the minimum wage in New York state will go to the public. more »»

Holding Steady

April 15, 2012 Over the past several years, the restaurant industry has been slowly putting people back to work nationally. more »»

Sales tax relief gets mixed reviews

April 8, 2012 Retailers are grateful state lawmakers decided to reinstitute a sales-tax exemption on clothing and footwear purchases, but they aren’t sure it’s making a difference in how much consumers are buyin. more »»

Early Spring

April 1, 2012 Before temperatures snapped back to more of a March normal, the area enjoyed a summerlike start to the spring season, with temperatures stretching into the low 80s on the warmer days. more »»

Needing Milk

March 25, 2012 The demand is there. At this time, the supply is no. more »»

Off the Thruway

March 18, 2012 A new plan announced by the governor has local tourism officials excited about the possibility of getting motorists off the New York State Thruway and to some of the area’s historic sites, museums... more »»

Needing Capacity

March 11, 2012 For those who live in the rural parts of Fulton and Hamilton counties, there is an effort to connect them with the rest of the world at the speed of broadband. Gov. more »»

Slow Sales

March 4, 2012 The area housing market has remained stuck in neutral. more »»

Tapping Early

February 26, 2012 Temperatures have been up and snowfall totals have been down throughout the region this winter, giving area maple-syrup producers an early start on tapping their trees and boiling the sap. more »»

Century of Flowers

February 19, 2012 GLOVERSVILLE — For 82 years, Peck’s Flowers has been a fixture at its location on the corner of North Main and Spring streets in the city. But its history stretches further back than that. more »»

Family First

February 12, 2012 JOHNSTOWN — The Carville family expected winning the Fulton County Regional Chamber of Commerce & Industry family business award to be a somber event. more »»

Super Spending

February 5, 2012 Whether a person is a fan of the New York Giants or the New England Patriots, or most will be watching the game when it airs tonight on NBC. more »»

A Good Fit

January 29, 2012 AMSTERDAM — Over the last year, Embassy Millwork has moved into the space in the Edson Street Industrial Park that was once occupied by Universal Custom Millworks and filled a void left by... more »»

Enjoying Growth

January 22, 2012 Credit unions have been enjoying growth throughout New York state and the U.S. since the second half of 2011. more »»

Fighting Cybercrime

January 15, 2012 Online criminals who siphon money from a business’s account can ruin the business. That’s why business owners should put proper safeguards in place, experts on cybercrime say. more »»

Built with Patience

January 8, 2012 The Leader-Herald PERTH — It’s tucked away inside a barn, surrounded by an Amish-style buggy, and a few Adirondack chairs. more »»

Falling Behind

December 24, 2011 The nation’s unemployment rate dropped to levels not seen in two years last month. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the nation’s unemployment dropped to 8. more »»

Back to Basics

December 18, 2011 GLEN — Mike Sowle has lived his entire life in the town, and for the past 80 years, his grandparents and his parents had shopped in the Glen Country Store. more »»

Drop in Business

December 11, 2011 The recession that began in mid-2007 and dragged on for about two years left scars on the business community in many areas of the country, and figures recently released show a decline in the number... more »»



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