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Stop growth of drug dealers

May 10, 2015 To the mayor, the police chief and the Common Council: When the taxpaying residents of Gloversville tell you, “There are drug dealers and users living near me,” it is time to do somethin. more »»

Share commitment to succeed

May 10, 2015 The Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. more »»

Beware of people stealing from graves

May 10, 2015 It is a sad commentary on life and death when we can no longer trust that cemetery gifts to honor loved ones will remain where they were reverently placed. more »»

Taxi driver worth thanking

May 10, 2015 I am a 74-year-old woman from Gloversville. I recently had to go to the hospital because I was having some really awful medical issues. I was unable to drive myself. more »»

Moms should make health a priority

May 10, 2015 Did you think of your mother or that someone special for Mother’s Day? If you forgot, it’s not too late. May is also Women’s Health Month and Monday is National Women’s Checkup Day. more »»

District can do more for the students

May 10, 2015 Recently, I was working with a customer who lives in the West Canada Valley School District and we were discussing our school districts and how similar they are. more »»

Schoharie Crossing thanks volunteers

May 3, 2015 We would like to take the opportunity to express our appreciation for the wonderful volunteers who recently helped out at Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site for the 10th annual Canal Clean Sweep... more »»

Congresswoman listens and works

May 3, 2015 I had the pleasure of meeting with U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik with some of my Essex County colleagues in late February in her Washington, D.C. offic. more »»

Thanks to man for cleaning trail

May 3, 2015 I want to thank the man who brushed clean part of the Rail Trail recently. There had been so much dog waste, I had to walk with my head down, trying to avoid stepping in it. more »»

GMO labeling affordable, smart

May 3, 2015 The health and safety of our local community is a great priority and concern for me, as I am continuously grateful for the support that this community offers in my growth as an active and aware... more »»

Law could kill ‘zombie properties’

May 3, 2015 Being a homeowner in Gloversville, I have sent information to the Common Council and our Mayor Dayton King. There is a law called the “zombie property” zoning law that many other towns follow. more »»

Thanks for attending observance April 14

April 26, 2015 On April 14, the community came together at Knesseth Israel Synagogue to participate in a Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Day) Observance in memory of the 6 million Jews who perished in the Holocaus. more »»

Alcohol Awareness Month is here

April 26, 2015 With the warm weather approaching there are many events and activities that may involve alcohol. Many adults drink moderately and responsibly without complications. more »»

Mayor Julius is out of control

April 26, 2015 Johnstown Mayor Michael Julius is trying to get the Water Board incorporated into the city government. more »»

Bill for highway could be expensive

April 26, 2015 Do Fulton County residents want to foot the bill, potentially tens of millions of dollars, for a highway for trucks serving the Johnstown Industrial Park? The Fulton County Economic Development and... more »»

Bible, Constitution threads of wisdom

April 26, 2015 How is a child to know right from wrong? How does a young person see the way to go? By what assurance does an adult make decisions? Is just experience enough for an older person to know what to pass... more »»

Collect mail in timely fashion

April 19, 2015 Johnstown residents deserve an explanation as to why the two post boxes in front of the post office pick-up mail only between 5 p.m. one day and 5 p.m. the next. Thus mail deposited in them at 6 p.. more »»

Facts about shrines, saints

April 19, 2015 I read with great interest the article published March 29, titled “Celebrating Saints,” and thoroughly enjoyed it. However, certain facts could be expanded on and others brought to light. more »»

Get children to historical venues

April 19, 2015 Recently as I was waiting for church services to begin, I took a casual inventory of the young people (ages 16 to 21). The tally was not impressive to say the least. more »»

Recognizing victims’ rights

April 19, 2015 Join us for local events recognizing National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 19 to 25 and learn about vital support services in your community. Visit plannedparenthood.org/ppmh for details. more »»

 
 
 

 

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