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Tax cap’s fit on budget to be discussed

September 29, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County government hasn’t been as quick this year to consider the option of an override on the state’s property tax cap, as it weighs its proposed 2015 county budget. more »»

Thousands spend day on farm

September 29, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Rogers Family Orchard hosted alpacas, a Brahma bull and several thousand more residents than usual Sunday during the fifth annual Fulton County Day on the Farm agricultural festival. more »»

Local solar projects get funds

September 29, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Two local solar projects were among those recently awarded funds from the state, a news release said. Gov. more »»

Program set to start in city

September 29, 2014 AMSTERDAM — The Capital District YMCA, the Amsterdam YMCA, and Centro Civico of Amsterdam have partnered to provide educational programming to teens in Amsterdam. more »»

Fed rules curb cities’ paving

September 28, 2014 New enforcement of federal regulations is putting serious strain on street repair in Fulton Count. more »»

Agency denies $120K Tryon grant

September 28, 2014 PERTH — The Fulton County Industrial Development Agency’s $120,000 grant application to a federal-state agency to help pay for college classroom space for the Tryon redevelopment project was recentl... more »»

BOE hears coaching evaluation method

September 28, 2014 FONDA — Coaches in the Fonda-Fultonville Central School District this year will have a new way to be evaluated that will include asking them to take a look at their own performances. more »»

Officials: Kindergarten program successful in first year

September 28, 2014 FONDA — The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District gave some kindergarten students a leg up this school year by hosting a program to prepare them for their new school caree. more »»

Educating the Commish

September 27, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — A state official got a close look at programs in a couple of local schools Friday. New York State Commissioner of Education John B. King Jr. more »»

Committee: Keep JHS pool open

September 27, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District is planning to remodel the Johnstown High School pool, as part of of a larger capital plan, but isn’t looking to close it. more »»

Union, hospital disagree over charges

September 27, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE— The New York State Nurses Association will no longer face charges with the National Labor Relations Board over negotiations with Nathan Littauer Hospital, officials said Friday. more »»

Temple files another lawsuit against shrine

September 27, 2014 FONDA — The Western Supreme Buddha Temple has filed a second lawsuit against the Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs in regards to an ongoing dispute over the use of two roads on the property. more »»

State education head visits local schools

September 26, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — New York State Education Commissioner John King J. more »»

Crime rates drop in state, local counties

September 26, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Crime is down in Fulton, Montgomery and Hamilton counties, the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services and Gov. Andrew Cuomo reported Thursday. more »»

Jobless rates fall in local counties

September 26, 2014 Unemployment rates in Fulton, Montgomery and Hamilton counties dropped in August, the state Labor Department reported. In Fulton County, the rate dropped from 8.2 percent in August 2013 to 6. more »»

Caught on Film

September 26, 2014 Hosts Charlie Ingram and Ray Brazier of the Outdoor Channel’s “Fishing University” made the trip to the Great Sacandaga and Canada lakes this week to share upstate New York’s walleye and small-mouth... more »»

Hospital, nursing home face $6M suit

September 26, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — A Gloversville woman last week filed a $6 million medical malpractice lawsuit against the Nathan Littauer Hospital Association and the Fulton Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare. more »»

Pricey mishap

September 25, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The centerpiece of the Gloversville-Johnstown Wastewater Treatment Facility’s $8 million upgrade — a new $500,000 generator — was accidentally dropped from a crane last week and damaged. more »»

City seeks transit service

September 25, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — As 2015 city budget preparation time nears, Mayor Michael Julius is seeing if he can make bus transit service available in the city again. more »»

Minutes illustrate spat over sign issue

September 25, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — An issue at a committee meeting earlier this month led to an argument between two members of the Common Council. more »»

 
 
 

 

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