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Tobacco industry has deadly marketing tactics

February 3, 2014 The United States surgeon general says tobacco marketing is a cause of tobacco use. On Jan. more »»

Editorial going against sheriffs on Act

February 2, 2014 Regarding the editorial in The Leader-Herald published Jan. more »»

‘Fair and balanced’ channel too much

February 1, 2014 Since we do not watch a lot of TV anymore, we downgraded our cable service from “standard” to “basic” a few months ag. more »»

Have local students come up with brand

January 31, 2014 Regarding the new brand being developed for the region: Whenever we send money out of the area, I have second thoughts. I would consider a local contest. more »»

Support sought for law

January 31, 2014 I am writing to you with a concern of underage drinking and tobacco use. A group of students is trying to pass a law to stop the underage use of these products. more »»

Nothing funny or romantic about stalking

January 30, 2014 “I’m stalking you” has become a joke line. “Real” stalking is not cute or funny or romantic. It can be deadly. more »»

Not just about the pins for Anna King

January 29, 2014 The love and support shown by our community for the Anna King Angel Pin Fundraiser was priceless. Being able to present the family with a check for more than $10,000 by selling $3 pins was magical. more »»

Consider season pass to support the Glove

January 28, 2014 I am writing in response to a recent “Cheers and Jeers” in The Leader Herald. The editorial spoke of our growing art district in Gloversville and our beautiful historic downtown. more »»

Local parent conference set for February

January 27, 2014 My name is Christopher Lasnick and I am the program director and the president of a non-profit organization, the Youth Activities Committee, also known as The Project. more »»

Lorey, sheriffs right to oppose SAFE Act

January 26, 2014 I support Fulton County Sheriff Thomas Lorey and the other New York state sheriffs in their lawsuit challenging the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act of 2013. more »»

Toys made holidays merry

January 26, 2014 Now that the Christmas season has come and gone, it is time to reflect back on how the 2013 Toys for Tots campaign went. We are often asked if we had a successful year. more »»

DA should be careful with her comments

January 25, 2014 I wish to comment on the article published in The Leader-Herald on Jan. 10, “Plea bargain in works for officer. more »»

Support for red kettle effort appreciated

January 24, 2014 A big thank you to all the people who donated to the red kettle Christmas collection for the Salvation Army the first three weekends in December. more »»

Prevention is the best cancer protection

January 23, 2014 Cancer screenings and early detection save lives. All women are at risk for cervical cancer. more »»

Grateful for volunteers after accident

January 22, 2014 I do not know how many of you have had to use the services provided by the outstanding Meco Volunteer Fire Department. more »»

Covering tobacco display deserves cheer

January 20, 2014 As adults, we are often so busy and distracted that we don’t notice the environment around u. more »»

Medical professionals showed kindness

January 19, 2014 Our mother, Julia Tropia, passed away recently at Nathan Littauer Hospital. She was 98, and until last June, had lived independently in her own home of 52 years. more »»

Industry not behind SAFE Act protests

January 18, 2014 On Jan. 15, 2013, on the very first day of the legislative session, the New York State Legislature passed the most sweeping, draconian gun-control laws in the nation. The so-called N.Y. more »»

Industry not behind SAFE Act protests

January 18, 2014 On Jan. 15, 2013, on the very first day of the legislative session, the New York State Legislature passed the most sweeping, draconian gun-control laws in the nation. The so-called N.Y. more »»

Council should OK King’s appointments

January 17, 2014 The Gloversville Common Council needs to stop playing petty games and support Mayor Dayton King’s nominations to the city’s boards and committees. more »»

 
 

 

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