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Sad the city doesn’t support seniors

December 20, 2015 Regarding the financial situation of the Gloversville senior center: It’s really sad when a community doesn’t support its seniors. more »»

Miller Street bridge can stay closed

December 20, 2015 I hear there are talks about opening the Miller Street bridge. Don’t we have pavement enough? It would be very expensive. How about the taxes? And the traffic. more »»

Thanksgiving dinner a big success

December 20, 2015 The free Thanksgiving dinner held at the Holy Spirit Church in Gloversville was a big success. The Council of Churches would like to thank everyone who took part in it. more »»

Letters to the Editor

December 13, 2015 Downtown looked great during parade Karen Coppola and everyone who was involved in planning and bringing the beautiful holiday parade to downtown Gloversville deserve a huge thank you. more »»

Thanks to attendees of talk series

December 6, 2015 On behalf of Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site, I would like to express our sincere appreciation for those who attended our New York State History Month Tuesday Talk Series during the month of... more »»

Behavior of worker was inappropriate

December 6, 2015 On Nov. 3, a town board election was held in St. Johnsville at the Community House on Washington Street. more »»

Bus would help more than seniors

December 6, 2015 Another winter without a city bus in Johnstown? Let’s hope not. My “real hope” lies within Johnstown Councilman-at-Large Christopher Swatt. more »»

Thanks for help with parade

December 6, 2015 The Classic Image Holiday Parade would like to thank everyone for their help toward the 2015 parade in Gloversville. We had at least 7,000 spectators and it was a huge success. more »»

Thanks to staff, donors and veterans

November 29, 2015 Community Health Center of St. Mary’s Healthcare and Nathan Littauer Hospital would like to thank everyone who helped to make our free breakfast for veterans at St. more »»

Thanks to all who aided benefit

November 29, 2015 The eighth annual Community for a Cure 5K took place on Oct. 4, with all proceeds benefitting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. more »»

Wooden boxes held votes just fine

November 29, 2015 We now use paper ballots. Let’s scrap the scanners and go back to wooden boxes. How foolish to trust the dark pools of the Internet with our votes. more »»

Parade deserved entire section

November 29, 2015 Gloversville finally had something good and positive to write — and publish all kinds of “feel good” stories — about. more »»

Not alone in fight against Alzheimer’s

November 22, 2015 The Alzheimer’s Association of Northeastern New York is grateful for the much-needed attention The Leader-Herald has given to Alzheimer’s disease and, more importantly, to the people who are affecte... more »»

Join Class Challenge to aid library

November 22, 2015 Greetings to the alumni of Gloversville schools and Bishop Burke. A beautiful and vital building in our city is in dire need of renovations in order to remain open. more »»

How about money for senior center?

November 22, 2015 The recent, generous donation of $1 million to the Gloversville Public Library is good new. more »»

Second Amendment is dying on U.S.

November 22, 2015 By New York state law, all ammunition sales must be made by registered ammunition sellers and sales require all ammunition transfers be done in person. more »»

Hospice provides compassionate care

November 22, 2015 No one likes to think about death and dying, but it’s something everyone has to face eventually. more »»

Take responsibility for actions

November 15, 2015 Whatever happened to honesty and taking responsibility for your actions? On Nov. 4, between 1:30 and 3 p.m., my car was hit for the second time in 4 1/2 years on South Perry Street in Johnstown. more »»

Congratulations, elected officials

November 15, 2015 On behalf of the CEO Roundtable, congratulations to all of those individuals who ran for public office during the recent elections. Running for public office is time consuming and difficult. more »»

Reduce displays to help planet

November 15, 2015 So, now that 98 percent of our scientists say we are in human-caused global warming, we need to start doing something about it. more »»

 
 
 

 

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