Business to Business in Herkimer, NY

How are you? Seems simple enough. But it’s better than: are you okay? Because most cancer patients aren’t okay, by definition. They have cancer. “Are you okay“ asks for a yes or no answer and it’s just not simple
What type of cancer is it? This beats the alternative that I’ve heard asked: “Is it the good kind of cancer?” There are different types of cancer to be sure — and all have different outcomes — so it’s important to know what cancer…

Share the love with these Valentine’s Day quotes from Hallmark. Includes 14 sweet, sexy and funny Valentine quotes. Trendy, cute, and full of love!

Money from the Veterans Choice Act, which was meant to improve medical staffing levels at VA health centers, has had little impact on hiring numbers and how quickly vets get access to medical care.

Out-of-pocket health care costs would increase under the legislation, but not for those already in service.

Debbie Matenopoulos is preparing a festive and sweet dessert for chocolate-lovers that makes 48 cookies.

Hallmark design product development director Annie Bates is showing you an easy DIY to add some sparkly decor to your home.

You got the interview, but don’t stop the hard work and start relaxing just yet. Here are some tips to researching the company before the interview.

An internal military investigation finds egregious safety failures that contributed to an Army biodefense lab mistakenly shipping live anthrax to other labs for more than a decade, USA TODAY has learned.

The Common Core Task Force is a diverse and highly qualified group of education officials, teachers, parents, and state representatives charged by Governor Cuomo with comprehensively reviewing and making recommendations to overhaul the current Common Core learning standards and the way we test our students.

Dry conditions warrant extension to reduce wildfire risks to protect lives and property .Governor Cuomo announced that New York State has extended the ban on residential brush burning until May 21 due to continued dry conditions across the state.

A tobacco free initiatives resource for New York, Tobacco Free NYS works to make NY a healthier place to live, work and play!

GLOVERSVILLE —A downtown building that partially collapsed earlier this year will be torn down. Mayor Dayton King confirmed this morning that David Eager of Two Great Guys has agreed to have the building at 12-18 S. Main St. razed. King said a team from the city negotiated with Eager, and said Eager has also agreed to pay for the city’s legal fees. King said in a Facebook statement Tuesday that the building owner has agreed to hire a local excavator to demolish the…