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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 for details. more »»

Town must truly control properties

April 19, 2015 The Caroga Town Board has tried to accept a limited gift of the former Sherman’s pavilion and park from the owner. more »»

Public schools, teachers attacked

April 12, 2015 The recent passage of the New York state budget for 2015-16 by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the cowards of the state Legislature confirmed representative government in New York is dead. more »»

Changes will not help students

April 12, 2015 The governor’s attack on our public schools delivered a crushing blow in the state budget. more »»

Fire department appreciated support

April 12, 2015 The Berkshire Fire Department wishes to thank the community for its support of our first annual Fish Fry Dinner. It was a great success and the attendance was so much more than we had planned. more »»

Decide now about health care choices

April 12, 2015 The annual National Healthcare Decisions Day will be Thursday. more »»

Former bank fine for clinic

April 12, 2015 I think St. Mary’s Healthcare should move its drug rehabilitation center into the old NBT bank location on North Main Street in Gloversville. more »»

Mismarked gas line not water crew’s fault

April 5, 2015 Recently, the Johnstown Water Department distribution crew had the misfortune of repairing a water leak on Prospect Street in the city of Johnstown. more »»

Support for event was great to see

April 5, 2015 The Mental Health Association in Fulton & Montgomery Counties would like to extend a sincere thank you to the community for their tremendous show of support of our 17th annual Miniature Golf and... more »»

Our children deserve a better plan in state

April 5, 2015 Imagine your company was offering a “management” position that requires a master’s degree. more »»

Stefanik working for North Country

April 5, 2015 Early in her first term, U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik has set the standard for work ethic in Congress. more »»

Senior citizens prom was awesome

April 5, 2015 Another successful senior citizens prom was held March 13. The prom is held at the Broadalbin-Perth Middle School gym for senior citizens who graduated from the school or live in that area. more »»

Thanks to pols for great votes

April 5, 2015 On behalf of St. more »»

Columnist off the mark

March 29, 2015 Thomas Sowell’s column published March 17 suggests the United States is disarming, when in fact we spend more on defense that any other nation — more, in fact, than many combined. more »»

Renew commitment to solar power

March 29, 2015 With the start of the new season, sunny skies are ahead of us. Spring is all about renewal and regrowth. more »»

Thanks for turning in handbag

March 29, 2015 I would like to thank the person who turned in a black-and-gold Michael Kors handbag that was left in a shopping cart in Walmart parking lot. more »»

Double standard on charter schools?

March 29, 2015 The state Board of Regents (also known as Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Puppets) should close the Brighter Choice elementary schools in Albany. more »»

Hospital staff was excellent

March 29, 2015 On March 13, my wife delivered a healthy baby girl whom we named Mackenzie Ann Rose at Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversvill. more »»

Spellers deserve organized bee

March 29, 2015 I took the opportunity to attend the regional spelling bee hosted by The Leader-Herald on March 9. more »»

Family fun night was wonderful

March 29, 2015 I had the pleasure of escorting my “Boblins,” ages 5 and 3, to the Dr. Suess family fun night at Wheelerville Union Free School on March 11. more »»



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