Johnstown athletes earn honors

JOHNSTOWN — Several Johnstown spring sports athletes were named all-stars. From the boys track and field team, Nick Frasier was named a ...

Catholic Daughters plan bus trip

CANAJOHARIE — The Court Catherine Esther 1264 Catholic Daughters of the Americas will sponsor a bus trip Oct. 3 to the Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon, Sullivan ...

Bible conference to begin 47th year

STRATFORD — The Christian Lake Bible Conference will begin its 47th year the week of July 3 through 7. Pastor Jack Young of the First Baptist ...

Cheers and Jeers

CHEERS — to summer reading. Local libraries are gearing up for their summer reading programs in an effort to keep young people’s minds sharp during their time ...

Camp David has value

President Donald Trump’s style is, well, different. In many ways he seems determined to redefine the presidency. In doing so he may give his ...

Time to establish chartered library

As a board member of the Wilkinson Memorial Book Station in Broadalbin, I was pleased by the recent coverage your editorial staff gave to the surprising and ...

Banks should be friendlier

Memories of strawberries

Bowman’s open despite sewer work

GLOVERSVILLE — Bowman’s Market on East Pine Street is still accessible to customers, despite the partial closure due to a sewer main break. East Pine Street ...

We need startups, and startups need business plan

125 years of Beech-Nut

Barbara J. Dupre

Barbara J. Dupre, 78, of Exeter, NH, died April 28, 2017, at the Exeter Hospital. She was born November 19, 1938, in Amsterdam, NJ, daughter of the late Lawrence J. ...

Father Egidio A. Vecchio

David Potts

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