This day in Mohawk Valley history: February 28

February 28, 2003: Molly Pearlman may seem a bit young for an ambassador, but by the time she turns 10 years old she will be just that…

Little Falls NY, 1890

Mohawk Valley history: February 23, 1907, Herkimer, NY

February 23, 1907: Bad Fire in Little Falls. Lovenheim Building Occupied by Shoddy Co., Totally Destroyed.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: February 22

Second Heavy Storm Of Season Hits Local Area. Last Snow Makes Depth of Three Feet Dropped in Week’s Time. February 22, 1940, Cobleskill, NY.

February 21 is National Sticky Bun Day

February 21 is National Sticky Bun Day

If you love walking into a bakery to be hit by the wonderful aroma of pastries, National Sticky Bun Day offers a day to indulge.

Presidents’ Day

Presidents’ Day is on the third Monday in February that was established in 1879 to commemorate the birthday of George Washington.

Mohawk Valley history: February 16, 1889, Utica, NY

This day in Mohawk Valley history from The Utica Observer, February 16, 1889, Utica, Oneida County, NY. The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument.

Mohawk Valley history: February 15, 1909, Gloversville, NY

This day in Mohawk Valley history from The Johnstown Republican, February 15, 1909, Fulton County, New York.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: February 14

Two area men wounded in action while fighting in Vietnam, Freeman’s Journal, February 14, 1968, Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York.

History of Valentine’s Day

On February 14, Americans celebrate Valentine’s Day with love and friendship by exchanging cards, flowers, and candy.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: February 13

OPPOSE DAYLIGHT SAVING. Farmers Declare Schedule Imposes Hardships Upon Them. February 13, 1919, Cobleskill, NY.