Two women from Glenville went to pick up a clock being repaired by former town of Amsterdam Justice of the Peace William Eugene McLachlan late in the afternoon of July 23, 1907. McLachlan fixed clocks and guns even though he was later described in a newspaper story as the “richest recluse in this section of the state.”
Save-A-Lot still is advertising “expansion opportunities” in Granville and Hoosick Falls, two of 37 available in New York and among nearly 500 nationally as the so-called hard-discount grocer sets its sights on communities in which to grow.
Matt Swiatocha knocked down pins with regularity for nearly three decades, but it wasn’t until his recent venture into Sport league bowling, and getting some advice from an old coach, that his game leaped to a new level.
Eccentrics have banded together at a Gloversville social club for 134 years. In 1882, the Gloversville Intelligencer reported that 15 men frequented the club on the third floor of the Cohen Building on North Main Street.
Come Friday, you could walk into a Macy’s store, interview, and get hired on the spot as part of the company’s National Hiring Day. At Target, Oct. 14 and 15 are on the calendar as “dedicated hiring events.”