Johnstown parade organizer hopes work will pay off with big turnout
JOHNSTOWN

Johnstown parade organizer hopes work will pay off with big turnout

Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013
Eleven years ago, Karen Coppola led a small and shivering holiday parade as a major blizzard swirled through the streets of Johnstown.
 
Family sending second tree to Empire State Plaza display
SCHENECTADY

Family sending second tree to Empire State Plaza display

Monday, Nov. 11, 2013
Christmas may still be six weeks away, but Schenectady’s Bill and Nancy Winkler are already in the giving spirit.
 
Prime Time: Age (95) and blindness can’t slow workout fiend
SARATOGA SPRINGS

Prime Time: Age (95) and blindness can’t slow workout fiend

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
Every Monday and Wednesday morning, Angie LaBelle downs a smoothie made from kale, pineapple, ice water and hot sauce, and then heads out to the gym. It’s admirable for anyone to be so disciplined, but in LaBelle’s case it’s downright inspiring, since she’s 95 and legally blind.
 
Prime Time: School district offers indoor walking program

Prime Time: School district offers indoor walking program

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
With the hours of sunlight waning and the cold getting stronger with the approach of winter, the Ballston Spa Central School District has resumed its evening indoor walking program.
 
Prime Time: Family history helps revive Johnstown writer’s passion
JOHNSTOWN

Prime Time: Family history helps revive Johnstown writer’s passion

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
William Fioravanti of Johnstown has written a book about his colorful family's history.
 
Prime Time: Ethics is academic for Union professor

Prime Time: Ethics is academic for Union professor

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
If there is a shortage of beds in the intensive care unit, who should get the last one? That’s the sort of question that drives the work of Martin Strosberg.
 
Prime Time: Glenville restaurant one big canvas for artist
GLENVILLE

Prime Time: Glenville restaurant one big canvas for artist

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
Gino Latini is modest about the sweeping autumn scene he painted on the mirrors that stretch the length of the dining room at Marcella’s Italian Restaurant in Glenville.
 
Prime Time: Cancer survivor from Charlton looks to share her strength

Prime Time: Cancer survivor from Charlton looks to share her strength

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
Maria Maynard’s battle with cancer forced her to retire from a teaching job she loved, but her journey made her realize she didn’t need to give up her calling — she just needed to make a new lesson plan.
 
A 16-page special section with features and ideas for the home

A 16-page special section with features and ideas for the home

Friday, Sept. 27, 2013
A 16-page special section with features and ideas for the home
 
‘Bookends,’ air circulation among the keys to a well-built woodpile

‘Bookends,’ air circulation among the keys to a well-built woodpile

Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013
Arranging a mound of firewood into neat, sturdy stacks is like completing a puzzle: If the pieces don’t fit right, it won’t be a pretty picture when the whole thing topples over.
 
 

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