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Event in Root commemorates 1781 Currytown raid

August 29, 2016 ROOT — The summer of 1781 in the Mohawk Valley and its environs was a gloomy place following the devastation and atrocities of the previous year. more »»

Hurricane Irene's impact resulted in positive changes for New York's canal system

August 28, 2016 FLORIDA — Paul Slansky of Florida was standing at the fire house in Fort Hunter watching the Schoharie Creek rise. He was worried. more »»

David Duesler pulls knife after car chase, asks cops to "shoot and kill" him

August 28, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE—Gloversville police took custody of an intoxicated man who crashed into a building and asked officers to “shoot and kill” him Friday night. more »»

Fulton County Republicans praise Sen. Hugh Farley at GOP picnic

August 28, 2016 By MORGAN FRISCH The Leader-Herald MAYFIELD—A row of political signs lined the path that led to the 2016 Republican picnic Saturday. more »»

Native American Festival draws hundreds to Broadalbin

August 28, 2016 BROADALBIN—The smell of sage, sound of drums and view of cultural dances engaged your senses at the seventh annual Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival Saturday. more »»

Storyteller coming to Schoharie Crossing

August 28, 2016 FORT HUNTER — The Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site will feature a nationally-known storyteller as a part of its Not Just for Kids Storytelling series today. more »»

Creative Connections Clubhouse of Amsterdam seeks to give hope to area victims of substance abuse

August 27, 2016 AMSTERDAM — A new project seeks to relieve the scourge of drug and alcohol addiction affecting some area teens and young adults. The Creative Connections Clubhouse, 303 East Main St. more »»

Broadalbin boil water advisory

August 27, 2016 BROADALBIN — There is a boil water notice for the village, said Mayor Eugene Christopher today. more »»

More than 300 tour region, stop in Northville during second annual Cycle Adirondacks event

August 27, 2016 NORTHVILLE — Your career, homestate or age is irrelevant when traveling through the mountains on a bike. more »»

175th anniversary of Fonda Fair to kick-off Tuesday

August 27, 2016 FONDA— There are only a few days left until the kick-off of the 175th anniversary of the Fonda Fair. Activities will commence on Aug. 30 and continue through Monday Sept. 5. more »»

Gloversville Common Council discusses sale of public parking lots

August 27, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE —The Common Council could potentially sell one of its public parking lots, or just a few spaces, to a city developer. more »»

Gloversville applies for grant that could help codes enforcement

August 27, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The city has applied for a grant that could lend a hand to the city’s code enforcement team. more »»

Nathan Littauer Hospital plans lockout of striking NYSNA nurses

August 26, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — Nathan Littauer Hospital has announced this morning it will institute a lockout of all registered nurses with the New York State Nurses Association following a planned two-day strike... more »»

Jim Tedisco, Christian Klueg Republican debate fierce

August 26, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The two candidates running in the Sept. more »»

Jim Tedisco gets Fulton County Republican Committee endorsement

August 26, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Republican Committee voted 31 to 13 Thursday night to endorse Assemblyman Jim Tedisco, R-Glenville, instead of Northville businessman Christian Klueg, for the 49th stat... more »»

Local teacher receives governor’s award

August 26, 2016 BROADALBIN—While working to become a scientist over 28 years ago, Anita Stabrowski discovered her love for teaching. more »»

Broadalbin Park plans moving forward

August 26, 2016 BROADALBIN—Town park Committee Member Keith Buchanan is confident work will begin at the new plot on Union Mills Road before the end of this year. more »»

Gloversville behind on collecting parking fines

August 26, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — City police may begin looking for new ways to ensure people pay their parking tickets after a state audit found the department lacking in that area. more »»

Fulton-Montgomery Community College dedicates new daycare

August 26, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — More than seven months after a broken pipe damaged part of the Fulton-Montgomery Community College Playmates Child Care Center building, the facility held a ribbon cutting ceremony on... more »»

No candidates yet for Johnstown mayor

August 25, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Who will run to fill the final year of deceased Mayor Michael Julius’s term of office? No one seems to know. more »»



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