9 hrs ago
Group Seeks 'Personhood' for 4 Chimps in NY
Dr. Steven Ross of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo says CareerBuilder.com's commercial that shows the chimps outsmarting a human co-worker actually poses a risk to chimpanzees because people lose sight of the fact they're an endangered species and less likely to try to save them.
17 hrs ago
County team saves city over $50K
The Fulton County Demolition Team's recent project that took down a former city glove factory saved the city more than $50,000, a city official said.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Darling promotes AIDS awareness
When David J. Darling met his husband Ralph "Rex" Whitbeck, he knew he had AIDS.
Chimp Sues Master For His Emanicipation
Over the years, there's been legal cases where pets became the sole beneficiaries of their masters' fortunes.
Mrs. Greenman was a Class of 1945 graduate of Johnstown High School and worked for many years in the glove industry until retiring at Grandoe Gloves.
US courts asked to recognize chimps as people
Walking, talking chimpanzees may be TV comedy gold but now three courts in New York are being asked to recognize four chimps as "legal persons" with fundamental rights.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Almost human? Group seeks 'personhood' for 4 chimpanzees in U.S.
More than 60 horses and riders arrived in Vancouver for the upcoming Cavalia Odysseo show, which runs Dec. 7 to Jan. 5., on Monday.
Why The Lawyers Suing To Make Chimpanzees 'People' Should Win
Can chimpanzees be people, legally speaking? Four new lawsuits by an animal advocacy group are trying to use obscure slavery-era law to grant chimpanzees many of the legal rights that people have.
Group Seeks Personhood for Captive Chimpanzees
In a series of lawsuits, a rights group is asking a judge this week to free four chimpanzees held in captivity in New York.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Lawsuit seeks to free chimpanzee in New York
A first-of-its-kind lawsuit filed Monday asks a judge to free a chimpanzee that a lawyer says is being held against his will as a pet in New York.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Supervisors freeze their salary levels
The Board of Supervisors voted last week to adopt an $85.3 million 2014 county budget.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
District sowing transfer of Darling Field: official
While city officials noted maintaining the property - parts of which are currently being taken care of by the Gloversville Enlarged School?District - will be another expense for the city, 5th Ward Councilman Jay Zarrelli said he thinks the city can handle the extra work.
"Jesus said it, so basically, he tells us to take care of [the poor], and this is one way that we do," he said.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Fulton County hires new historian
A Gloversville woman was appointed Monday by the Fulton County Board of Supervisors as the county's new part-time historian.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
City gives donation to Rec Commission
The Common Council unanimously opted to use a $10,000 donation previously given to the city to fund the Recreation Commission.
Father pleads guilty to killing his 9-month-old son
Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara says Jevon Wameling has pleaded guilty one count of Manslaughter in the 2nd Degree on Wednesday morning.
Woman accused of threatening a female with a shotgun
Gloversville Police say they responded to a report of a female being threatened with a gun at 8 East State Street.
Traffic stop leads to discovery of 40 grams of crack
On Monday, State Police arrested Gregory Seals, 51, and Tammy Lee Mobbs, 39, on I-87 in the Town of Halfmoon.
WNYC-AM New York
Road Trips: Remarks from the 2013 Public Radio Super-Regional Meeting
On Wednesday, November 13th, Laura Walker, the President and CEO of New York Public Radio spoke about the core values of public radio and progress at the 2013 Public Radio Super-Regional Meeting in Washington, DC.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Field & Stream
Rut is Ebbing, But Bucks Are Still Moving Well
Overall Activity Status: The level of activity going on now depends a lot on where you are.