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"Music is my passion, that's why I really wanted to start this festival up originally," firefighter Robert Hassenfuss said Saturday during the 6th annual Hagaman Volunteer Fire Department Music Festival.
A day after Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 crashed in eastern Ukraine, killing 298 people, the small Dutch town of Volendam paid their respects to Cor Schilder and Neeltje Tol, two of their own killed in the tragedy.
Richard Lee Hughes, 67, formerly of New York City, passed away Monday, June 23, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, after a brief illness.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17: What we know so far Following the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash Thursday--which killed all 298 on board--many questions remain.
After six cases of canine parvovirus were discovered in a three-month span, Amsterdam residents are being encouraged to bring their dogs to an upcoming parvo vaccination clinic.
Battalion Chief Michael Whitty started serving in the Amsterdam Fire Department July 18, 1988 -- and in fewer than 10 days he will begin his role as Amsterdam's new fire chief.
Names are important. Expectant parents deliberate endlessly over the name of their forthcoming child.
A Malaysia Airlines passenger plane carrying 295 people was shot down over eastern Ukraine on Thursday, Ukrainian officials said, and both the government and the pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied any responsibility for downing the aircraft.
Holding signs stating "Put Patients First," "Kids & Parents Support St. Mary's Nurses" and "Sheet Metal Workers Support Nurses," more than 30 people, including nurses from St. Mary's Hospital, gathered Wednesday to draw attention to the nurses' unionization effort at the hospital.
About 200 registered nurses are seeking to join the New York Nurses Association, according to a NYSNA spokeswoman.
A seven-member city council presided over by a president -- this could be the direction in which Amsterdam is headed.
Fulton County Historian Samantha Hall-Saladino said she's working with Gloversville Farmers Market Manager Brian Nellis to organize a "pop-up" museum at the market Aug. 23. Fulton County Historian Samantha Hall-Saladino goes over a document at her office Friday in Johnstown.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:28 am
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