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  1. Parslow reaching milestones for Sage women's hoopsRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Recorder

    A 5-foot-3 guard, Parslow reached the 1,000-point mark for her career during a Nov. 20 game against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institue, and on Saturday she tied the program's career record for made 3-pointers with 200. Parslow career scoring total currently sits at 1,073 points, good for sixth on the Gators' all-time leaderboard.

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  2. Golf Commission eyes rates, fees for next seasonRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Recorder

    PGA Professional Kevin Canale presented Amsterdam Municipal Golf Commission members with his initial rates and fees proposed for next season, targeting a balanced budget and encouraging youth players. Canale, who became a city employee a week ago, shared proposals with the golf commission Monday evening based off an initial review of the 2018 season membership rates and fees, along with initiatives he believes were effective at his prior employer, Brookhaven Golf Course.

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  3. St. Mary's names cancer center after TesierosRead the original story

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    Family members of Amsterdam resident Betty Tesiero and her husband, the late John A. Tesiero Jr., have chosen to honor the couple's many generous contributions to the community by making their donation to the St. Mary's Healthcare Rao Outpatient Pavilion public. John Tesiero, along with friends Ray Francisco and Dick Furman, was founder of Cranesville Block and Cushing Stone of Amsterdam, one of the largest producers of ready mix concrete in New York State.

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  4. Lady Rams' speedsters spectacular in IthacaRead the original story

    Sunday | Recorder

    The Amsterdam girls indoor track and field team got a school record from Lauren Santiago in the 300-meter dash and a win from Gabby Stanavich in the 55-meter hurdles en route to taking third out of 28 teams at Saturday's Ithaca College Bomber High School Invitational. Santiago ran a time of 41.76 seconds to win the 300 meters, breaking her school record by 0.01 seconds.

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  5. Mildred Ann - Milli' DiBlasiRead the original story

    Sunday | Recorder

    Mildred Ann "Milli" DiBlasi, 64, formerly of Amsterdam, NY; and most recently of Albany, NY; passed away Friday evening, December 7, 2018 at St. Peter's Hospital in Albany. Born in Amsterdam, NY on May 9, 1954, she is the daughter of Frank DiBlasi and the late Agnella H. Martuscello DiBlasi.

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  6. Alison Mahoney selected as Mitchell ScholarRead the original story

    Sunday | Recorder

    Alison Mahoney, the granddaughter of Edith Hovak of Perth and Mary Ann Mahoney, formerly of Perth, was selected from a record 370 applications to receive the prestigious Mitchell Scholarship. The Mitchell Scholarship founded in 1998, sends future American leaders to the island of Ireland for a year of graduate study.

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  7. ATV racer Wnuk donates to St. Mary'sRead the original story

    Sunday | Recorder

    ATV and flat track racer Wayne Wnuk of Amsterdam presented a check for $2,000 to the Foundation of St. Mary's Healthcare in December to support the organization's Cancer Services Program . CSP provides free breast, cervical and colo-rectal cancer screenings to women ages 40-64 who are uninsured or under-insured.

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  8. Amsterdam holds on to beat JohnstownRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 8 | Recorder

    Adam Shinder/Recorder staff Amsterdam's Caydren Graveley drives to the basket as Johnstown's Trey Stover defends during a boys basketball game Friday at Johnstown High School. By ADAM SHINDER @RecorderShinder JOHNSTOWN - When the Amsterdam Running Rams found their stroke from 3-point range, it helped them race out to a double-digit SUBSCRIBE or LOG IN to The Recorder to read the rest of this content.

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  9. Villa: Muni golf pro eyed to run clubhouse restaurantRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 8 | Recorder

    Mayor Michael Villa is targeting to have the recently hired golf professional for the city course take over running the clubhouse restaurant, which a contractor has historically operated. PGA Professional Kevin Canale stepped into his new role Monday serving as the golf pro for Amsterdam Municipal Golf Course after leaving his position at Brookhaven Golf Course, according to Villa.

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  10. Food pantries gear up to serve holiday mealsRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 8 | Recorder

    Food pantries across Montgomery County are busy this season ensuring everyone will have full stomachs on Christmas and the days leading up to the holiday. Fonda's food pantry is collecting all the traditional holiday fixings for baskets that will be put together by the Fonda Reform Church and distributed to families by the Fonda-Fultonville Central School District.

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  11. Amsterdam's downtown has improved over the last decadeRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 8 | Recorder

    Last week, the city's Recreation Department told me Spring Fling will return to downtown Amsterdam next year. Yeah! It will take place on May 18, 2019 for those who like to plan their year in advance.

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  12. Lunch among the treesRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 8 | Recorder

    Winnie Blackwood/Recorder staff.Lisa DiCaprio, Amsterdam, looks at a Christmas tree during the Century Club of Amsterdam's Festival of Trees on Friday afternoon. The Century Club of Amsterdam was transformed into a Christmas wonderland for its week-long Festival of Trees.

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  13. Whata s happeningRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | Recorder

    Cookie with Santa returns for the fifth year, put on by the Amsterdam Knights of Columbus Council No. 209. Santa will be at 193 West Main St. from noon to 5 p.m. The event is free and open to all.

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  14. Area news in briefRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | Recorder

    The group is helping five families in need. Items requested are canned and boxed food.

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  15. Lady Rams cruise past JohnstownRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | Recorder

    Eric Duemler admitted he was a little nervous as his Amsterdam Lady Rams headed into Thursday's Foothills Council girls basketball game against Johnstown. Coach Tim Derwin's Lady Bills have always had a style of play capable of frustrating Duemler's Amsterdam teams.

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  16. Area volunteers help respond to children's lettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Recorder

    Winnie Blackwood/Recorder staff Briana Kelly, 13, writes back to a child's letter to Santa during "Elf for a Night!" in Amsterdam City Hall on Thursday. The City of Amsterdam Tourism, Marketing and Recreation Department held its first "Elf for a Night!" event Thursday night in City Hall.

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  17. City foreclosure auction profits near amount owedRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | Recorder

    Amsterdam's latest auction of foreclosed properties almost generated enough revenue to break even on the overall taxes owed for those parcels, according to City Controller Matthew Agresta. Collar City Auctions Realty and Management sold 101 properties to the highest bidder during Amsterdam's foreclosure auction on Oct. 25, with every parcel presented garnering a bid.

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  18. Free cookies with Santa event returns to the cityRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | Recorder

    The Amsterdam Knights of Columbus Council No. 209 announced that Santa and his elves will be on hand for its annual "Cookies with Santa" event on Saturday at 193 West Main St. in Amsterdam from 12:00PM to 5 p.m. The event is free and open to all.

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  19. AHS wrestlers sweep Scotia-Glenville, Glens FallsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | Recorder

    Undermanned squads from Glens Falls and Scotia-Glenville allowed the Amsterdam High School wrestling team to open dual meet competition Wednesday with a sweep of two opponents. The Rams shut out Scotia-Glenville, 78-0, and posted a 73-6 win over Glens Falls to sweep the tri-meet at Scotia-Glenville High School and give new head coach John Paris his first career wins.

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  20. Public shares voice on DRI goals, projectsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | Recorder

    John Purcell/Recorder staff New York State Canal Corporation Director Brian Stratton, seated front left, shares remarks with fellow group members Wednesday afternoon during the first of two public workshop sessions held that day about Amsterdam's Downtown Revitalization Initiative. By JOHN PURCELL Recorder News Staff Amsterdam residents, along with others from across the region, shared feedback SUBSCRIBE or LOG IN to The Recorder to read the rest of this content.

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