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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 »»

Plan for Growth

December 4, 2011 The Leader-Herald The Mohawk Valley Regional Council, which was commissioned by Gov. more »»

Locally Produced

November 27, 2011 Chris Curro, manager of the Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market, had a customer come into the store after buying a locally produced chicken. more »»

Russo’s Return

November 20, 2011 AMSTERDAM — Across the street, flood-damaged Guy Park Manor is undergoing reconstruction, showing signs this city is recovering from the devastating flooding brought on by Tropical Storm Irene on Aug. more »»

Looking for Better

November 13, 2011 Bob Galinsky has a simple goal for the holiday shopping season. more »»

Retail Declines

November 6, 2011 New York state’s retail sector has been shedding jobs since the onset of the Great Recession in September 2007. more »»

Varying Costs

October 30, 2011 What people can expect when they open their home-heating bills this winter may have a lot to do with the manner in which their homes are heated. more »»

Ford Tough

October 23, 2011 JOHNSTOWN — It started with a Texaco gas station and an Edsel dealership. Now, it is one of the most visible businesses on North Comrie Avenue. more »»

Changing charges

October 16, 2011 The Leader-Herald A new regulation went into effect this month curtailing the fees banks could charge merchants for every swipe of a credit or debit card. more »»

Pay Problem

October 9, 2011 As the national economy struggles to bounce back from the recession, income growth has slowed to a crawl. The state average income growth has slowed to 1. more »»

Helping the Flooded

October 2, 2011 The New York State Energy and Research Development Agency has given people affected by Tropical Storms Irene and Lee some relief in the form of $8 million worth of rebates to those whose have seen... more »»

Mixed Impact

September 25, 2011 The effect of Tropical Storms Irene and Lee on farms varied throughout the area, as some local farmers reported massive damage to crops; others reported losing a few crops. more »»

Better Than Expected

September 18, 2011 Even the wet weather couldn’t put too much of a damper on the area’s summer tourism season, as local tourism officials indicate seasonal businesses exceeded expectations this summer. more »»

Time To Ride

September 11, 2011 VAIL MILLS — Glenn Schmidt watched as the new dealership was being built. Twice a day, he drove by as the building began to take shape. more »»

Irene’s Impact

September 4, 2011 Jim Landrio had never seen traffic back up along North Comrie Avenue in Johnstown the way it did Monday. more »»

Blown Away

August 28, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — As soon as Darren DeRocker fired up the machine, the water from Thursday’s rain immediately moved off the asphalt parking lot next to the Curtin-Hebert building. more »»



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