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Sewer work eyed

July 17, 2014 NORTHAMPTON — Repairs to the town’s sewer system are expected to begin this fall, officials sai. more »»

Orchard, town pick up more ideas on water extension

July 17, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Town officials and local businessmen discussed extending water lines out to a local apple orchard, but no specific plans have been established yet. more »»

County names defense official

July 16, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — A former Gloversville fire chief was selected Monday by the Fulton County Board of Supervisors as the county’s new civil defense-fire coordinator. more »»

Laid to Rest

July 16, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — No Fulton County sheriff’s deputy will wear badge No. 228 again. It was worn by late Sheriff’s Department Capt. Garth W. Hillier, who died July 8 at age 50 after a battle with cance. more »»

State seizes Mayfield restaurant

July 16, 2014 MAYFIELD — A popular town restaurant has been seized by state officials, with the building’s future up in the ai. more »»

Nature trail opens

July 16, 2014 EPHRATAH — A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Saturday to open a new nature trail in town. The trail begins at the transfer station on Route 29 in town and is open to all daily from dawn until dusk. more »»

Buddhist group files lawsuit over road issue with shrine

July 16, 2014 FONDA — An Auriesville Buddhist group is seeking an injunction against the Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs Inc. and its director over the alleged paving planned on a disputed road. more »»

Landfill director to retire

July 15, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Longtime Fulton County Department of Solid Waste Director Jeff Bouchard plans to retire Aug. more »»

Board gives passing mark to FM plan

July 15, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Board of Supervisors on Monday unanimously adopted Fulton-Montgomery Community College’s proposed $19.7 million 2014-15 budget, which now goes to Montgomery County. more »»

Fonda eyes new non-profit

July 15, 2014 FONDA — Village officials may start a new non-profit that will be involved in the creation and organization of parades and other events at the Recreational Park. more »»

Proposed town muffler law cranks up debate at hearing

July 15, 2014 JOHNSTOWN— The town is eyeing a law to make sure small, off-road vehicles have effective mufflers, but some people are worried the measure would be too broad and unenforceable. more »»

Public Display

July 14, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — You never know when a museum might pop up in the Glove Cities. more »»

Local agencies violate law: state

July 14, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Three local economic development agencies were cited by the state Authorities Budget Office recently as being “chronically out of compliance” with state law. more »»

Auditors stirred up trouble in town: official

July 14, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — An audit by the state Comptroller’s Office has not gone over well with town Supervisor Nancy MacVean. more »»

Cyclists to visit Canjo

July 14, 2014 CANAJOHARIE — Cyclists traveling along the Erie Canal will make a stop in the local area Frida. more »»

James Burk Inn set to open

July 14, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Historical Society recently announced the grand opening of the James Burk Inn, located on the corner of William and Montgomery streets, will take place Friday from 6 to 8 p. more »»

Officials praise health care sign-ups

July 13, 2014 More than 4,000 individuals in Hamilton, Fulton and Montgomery counties enrolled in the New York State of Health health care marketplace. more »»

Sheriff seeks 9 patrol vehicles

July 13, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Sheriff’s Department is looking to purchase nine full-size patrol vehicles in the next three years. more »»

Full Buck Moon

July 13, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Artists, musicians, actors and crafters from across the region converged at Fulton-Montgomery Community College on Saturday to celebrate their work. more »»

Canal Days festival draws crowd with music, barbecue

July 13, 2014 FORT HUNTER — The Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site played host to a variety of music and entertainment during the Canal Days festival Saturday afternoo. more »»

 
 

 

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