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Conducting change

July 17, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — While Norm Clo is no longer the conductor of the Gloversville Civic Band, he will continue to make music as a member of it. more »»

Restful advice

July 10, 2011 It is well known that all parents can have great difficulties getting their young children to sleep. A recently released study suggests parents may want to turn off the violence and the nighttime TV. more »»

Booked summer

July 3, 2011 Many children will have the chance to discover “One World, Many Stories” at their local libraries this summer. more »»

Micropolis at the Market

June 26, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — Visitors to the Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market, 30 N. Main St., may be surprised to see all the artwork that is featured in one section of the store. more »»

Fatherly support

June 19, 2011 For Jim?Swart, raising a child with special needs has taught him how to be a better dad. The disability made him focus on what mattered most in life. more »»

Operating trend

June 12, 2011 Before having surgery on her sore hip, Jacque Bresonis recalled, at times, the pain was so bad she would question doing small tasks such as walking to a different room in her house. more »»

Binding with time

June 5, 2011 NORTHVILLE — Michael Burnett, the director of the Northville Public Library, recalled how the library looked when he started his job 20 years ago. more »»

Finished for a friend

May 29, 2011 CANAJOHARIE — When Mary-Jean Chapple first got into the kayak earlier this month, she needed some help from Dwayne Heroth’s technology students. more »»

Turning the page

May 22, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — It’s been 100 years since the library in the city owned its buildin. more »»

Connecting with the War

May 15, 2011 FORT HUNTER — Some stones in the Schoharie Creek are all that remain of a dam built to help the Union win the Civil War. more »»

Volunteering a green thumb

May 8, 2011 Before a gardening class at the Canajoharie Library on Tuesday, Ed Radle and Melanie Gessinger had plenty of questions to answer from the enthusiastic group before the session started. more »»

Fulton County Art Show showcases local talent

May 2, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — After this morning’s worship services, the First United Congregational Church of Christ will shift its focus from the sacred to the sublime, reopening to the public for the start of... more »»

Guest artist Olson takes trifold approach to photography

May 2, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — Judy Olson is meticulous about the details that go into the presentation of her work. more »»

Staying balanced

April 24, 2011 Each year, one in every three adults age 65 and older falls, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In that age group, falls are the leading cause of injury death. more »»

Different strokes

April 17, 2011 CANAJOHARIE — Donna Reston was slowly taking in the artwork of Rufus Grider and Fritz Vogt at the Arkell Museum in the village Tuesday. more »»

Weaving art

April 10, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — For city resident Pavlos Mayakis, weaving presents endless possibilities. “I could spend my whole life and not learn all the weaves or surface design techniques there are,” he said. more »»

Growing country

April 3, 2011 FONDA — Wenda and Howard Bellinger said they know there are talented country musicians in Fulton and Montgomery counties. more »»

Positively famous

March 27, 2011 JOHNSTOWN — When Bill Pollak hears people talk about killing time, the former mayor of the city has trouble understanding that sentimen. more »»

Laughing for health

March 20, 2011 Laughter may be a true rarity; it is contagious and it improves your health. Sue Cridland, director of community education for HealthLink Littauer, said laughter has many health benefits. more »»

Part of the future

March 13, 2011 GLOVERSVILLE — At the Glove Performing Arts Center, Richard Samrov is interested in looking toward the theater’s future. more »»



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