Tasks on the farm such as caring for animals, growing crops seems like they always take forever.
The Snuggery at Glens Falls Hospital was established in 1985 and since then has been serving the region with single room care for mothers and babies.
The annual corn pile arrived at the Hartley's and mistakes were made.
Dr. Kevin Grassi has seen the care given in the Snuggery in Glens Falls Hospital from the inside as a doctor and the outside as a father.
With elections looming, voters should inform themselves about where and how to cast votes.
As Alzheimer's disease brings confusion into our household, I try to impose order through small acts.
A number of Northern California wildfires sent a thick, sometimes orange-glowing haze over the state Wednesday that left the Bay Area in an ee…
Forrest Hartley weighs in on COVID-19 and its profound impact on our intellectual culture.
Let's look at the ugly realities of our past and present and work toward a more beautiful future.
Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is playing a double game when it comes to President Trump, cheering for him in public while showing only lukewarm…
In a recent tweet, U.S. Rep. Elise M. Stefanik claimed that she wrote the Military Family Stability Act, got it passed and saw that it was sig…
Forrest Hartley's weekly New American Gothic column catches up with Hercules and the fading summer season.
In every area of Glens Falls Hospital, nurses have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of the people they serve.
Kids are grappling with important questions these days, whether or not we are asking them.
What President Donald Trump must do to win in November.
Forrest Hartley's weekly New American Gothic column.
The facts associated with the Alzheimer’s disease crisis are jarring.
A college professor returns to the virtual classroom.
By wearing masks, we look out for each other's health.
You can pick every day, but somehow at this time of year your collection of baseball bat sized zucchini and summer squash starts to fill up th…
For every minute that a stroke remains untreated, the average person loses 1.9 million neurons — the basic working units in the brain.
The fortuitous tale of Tulip the pig.