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Service on Cue

June 12, 2011 It was nearly 30 years ago when Jim Bond and a friend of his had a bar pool table and decided to figure out how to restore it. more »»

At a Crossroads

June 5, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — About a month ago, Nathan Littauer Hospital and Nursing Home opened a new pediatric center in the Crossroads Business Park, taking over two suites on the first floor of the office... more »»

Still Debated

May 29, 2011 When the idea was floated by then-Gov. David Paterson two years ago, there was a clear dividing line on the issue of selling wine in grocery store. more »»

Market Values

May 22, 2011 A 1938 advertisement in The Morning Herald for Bowman’s Market in Gloversville touts loose pork sausage at 19 cents per pound and a solid roast veal for 29 cents per pound. more »»

Fruits of Labor

May 15, 2011 New York’s apple growers had a good season last year, and the trees are starting to bloom across the state as spring tries to take hold and breathe life into the summer growing season. more »»

Growing Fast

May 8, 2011 JOHNSTOWN — When the Mohawk Cabinet Co. had its ribbon-cutting at the Holiday Inn, it didn’t have any customers yet. more »»

Sluggish Market

May 1, 2011 Slowly, the area real estate market is inching its way back to health. more »»

Stubbornly High

April 24, 2011 While the unemployment rate in New York state dropped to a two-year low of 8 percent in March, the number of unemployed remains stubbornly high in Fulton and Montgomery counties. more »»

A Family Operation

April 17, 2011 GLEN — Stephen Terleckey turned 72 years old April 10. For him, his wife, Karen, and his five children, the day takes on a second significance. more »»

Gaining Ground

April 10, 2011 When Susan Sammons Kennedy got into the insurance business, the decision was personal. more »»

Community’s Bank

April 3, 2011 The larger banking firms were coming in, and the community banks were going out. more »»

Cost Concerns

March 27, 2011 Food prices are on the rise again, and area grocery stores are trying to find ways to offset that cost while still offering value to customers. more »»

Hometown Expansion

March 20, 2011 A concept that began seven years ago has now been completed. Hill & Markes Wholesale Distributors has moved in to its new facility in the town of Florida. more »»

Tax Squeeze

March 13, 2011 Last year, property taxes were up and property values were down. more »»

Late Start

March 6, 2011 There’s one thing several local maple syrup producers agree on about the upcoming maple harvest. It’s going to start late this year. more »»

Cotton Spike

February 27, 2011 For the better part of 15 years, the public and retailers have enjoyed a relatively stable price on clothing. more »»

Inspiring Youths

February 20, 2011 When Brennen Parker spearheaded the formation of The Innovative Leaders of Tomorrow in Montgomery County, the group’s goal was to get young professionals involved for networking purpose. more »»

Local Effect

February 13, 2011 The local chambers of commerce are looking ahead with cautious optimism after Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled his budget for the state’s 2011-12 fiscal year. more »»

Going Bankrupt

February 6, 2011 Bankruptcy filings have dropped in the area’s federal bankruptcy court — about 7 percent —in 2010 from the year before, but area attorneys believe the number could stay the same or increase in 2011. more »»

Filling a Need

January 23, 2011 A good doctor can be hard for a hospital to find. Keeping one can be even harder as the demand for doctors rages across the state. more »»



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