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Johnstown paving bid comes in at $235K

July 13, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A Warren County paving company was the low bidder Monday for the paving of at least five city streets this summer. more »»

Living History rest stop opens

July 12, 2016 The Lock E-13 Living History rest area along the New York state Thruway, in the Mohawk Valley, officially opened this week, according to a news release. more »»

Fulton County supervisors Monday removed four members of county advisory boards for failure to file their annual mandated financial disclosure statements

July 12, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County supervisors Monday removed four members of county advisory boards for failure to file their annual mandated financial disclosure statements with the county. more »»

Crash claims the life of Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville teacher Dale Boudry

July 12, 2016 CAROGA — An Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville teacher who Superintendent David Halloran said was “well liked and respected by all” died from a bicycle accident July 1 on Route 10. more »»

Fulton County OKs FMCC $19M budget

July 12, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Board of Supervisors on Monday adopted Fulton-Montgomery Community College’s tentative $19.3 million 2016-17 budget. more »»

Gloversville graduation goal numbers missed

July 12, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE—The Gloversville Enlarged School District missed its goal of increasing June graduation rates over last year’s rates. Last year’s graduation rate was 67 percent. more »»

Vietnam veteran Douglas Hulbert awarded high school diploma

July 12, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District will be awarding its first-ever high school diploma to a wartime veteran as a part of Operation Recognition. more »»

Summer Festival planned for this weekend at church

July 12, 2016 BROADALBIN— Three days of fun activities will be held in the village this weekend. St. Joseph’s Church is holding its annual Summer Festival July 14, 15 and 16 from 5 to 9:30 p.m. more »»

Starting Wednesday morning, traffic traveling south on Route 30A will be diverted down Wemple Avenue to Route 5 in Fonda

July 12, 2016 FONDA — Travelers on Route 30A in the village will meet some obstacles Wednesday as the village Public Works Department, along with the New York State Department of Transportation, complete four... more »»

Tour of Johnstown cemetery digs up history

July 11, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A cemetery is associated with death, but Christine Simek will tell you there’s more to it. more »»

Little Falls woman died from bicycle crash in Caroga

July 11, 2016 CAROGA — A Little Falls woman died from a bicycle accident July 1 on Route 10, authorities said today. more »»

Gloversville Middle School teacher studying in Cuba

July 11, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — A Gloversville Middle School social studies teacher is in Cuba this summer witnessing first hand the historic changes underway in U.S.-Cuba relations, a news release said. more »»

Johnstown school district set to vote on bus proposition

July 11, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District last week set a public proposition vote for Sept. 15 to acquire a new district Facilities Department building and purchase buses. more »»

DeLilli: 'Change' is the word for Greater Johnstwon School District

July 11, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Greater Johnstown School District Superintendent Robert DeLilli on Thursday recapped the 2015-16 school year, providing a brief overview of curriculum changes and capital projects. more »»

Johnstown elementary schools undergoing $39.6M capital project renovations

July 10, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Classes are dismissed, graduation done and contractors have now taken over city schools this summer. The Greater Johnstown School District has begun a major phase of its $39. more »»

Montgomery County opens ‘cooling stations’ for heat

July 10, 2016 FONDA — With stretches of hot weather now here, cooling stations are up and running in Montgomery County. more »»

Exploring history and fun during Schoharie Crossing's Canal Days

July 10, 2016 FORT HUNTER—When Jim Snack was a kid, he learned the trick of borrowing a one-dollar bill, folding it with George Washington face-up, and then unfolding it with Washington upside-down. more »»

Gloversville still awaits word on $10M grant

July 10, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — City officials are still waiting to hear if they have been awarded a $10 million Downtown revitalization Grant from the state. Gov. more »»

Police trying to identify suspect in case of Johnstown resident Rachael Mattice

July 9, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department is trying to identify the male who Johnstown resident Rachael Mattice says took her on June 23 in Wells and held her against her will until... more »»

Montgomery County plans Youth Day event in Fonda

July 9, 2016 FONDA — Montgomery County’s Youth Day 2016 will take place Tuesday on the grounds, adjacent to the County Annex Building from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. more »»



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