Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
Grant to help pay for water work

April 13, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County supervisors voted Monday to execute a $51,000 state grant “incentive” process to help fund a Glove Cities water system interconnections repair project to allow transfer of... more »»

Solar farm may take root in town

April 13, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A solar farm may be planted at the site of the old Gloversville landfill on Route 29. more »»

Fonda mayor reiterates support for proposed highway

April 13, 2016 FONDA — Mayor William Peeler reiterated his support for a proposed connector highway that could divert traffic away from the villag. more »»

Candidates stir up region

April 12, 2016 ALBANY — Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and John Kasich, and Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders each appeared at campaign events in the Capital Region on Monday, touting the... more »»

District may seek to override tax cap

April 12, 2016 By KERRY MINOR The Leader-Herald GLOVERSVILLE — The Gloversville Enlarged School District may go over the state-mandated tax cap for the 2016-17 school budget, even though there would be no increase... more »»

School board eyes $33.4M budget

April 12, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education decided Monday to keep expenses at $33. more »»

District eyes boosting achievement

April 12, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education is looking at changes it can make in some of its schools after they were determined to be focus and priority schools by th... more »»

NYSAC chief: Take care of seniors, current businesses

April 12, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The New York State Association of Counties’ top administrator on Monday urged the Fulton County Board of Supervisors to pay attention to the county’s senior population and existing... more »»

Into The Open

April 11, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — People silently battle depression every day, but on Friday, concerned Johnstown High School students will call attention to mental illness in a more open fashion at their school. more »»

Downtown set to host conference

April 11, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The New York State Urban Council has various activities planned for its two-day, downtown regional quarterly meeting Thursday and Friday — and will change its name with the event. more »»

City to drop lawsuits over funds

April 11, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The city is looking to drop two lawsuits against local economic development agencies. more »»

BOCES to raise tuition for LPN program

April 11, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services will increase tuition for its licensed practical nurse program by $600 in both 2017 and ’18 to ensure the progra... more »»

Montgomery County district attorney to retire in Dec.

April 11, 2016 FONDA — Montgomery County District Attorney James “Jed” Conboy is planning to retire at the end of his term in December. more »»

Water Worries

April 10, 2016 After decades of neglect, water infrastructure and water quality have become hot topics nationally and across New York state. more »»

Home show helping fund local park

April 10, 2016 BROADALBIN — In only half a day, Ryan Crane has grown his customer base by booking over 30 estimates for his sealcoating busines. more »»

NCS students are in top 10 of wordsmiths

April 10, 2016 NORTHVILLE—Students spellers in Northville Central School have finished in the top 10 for the New York state Vocabulary Bowl for the last four months in a row. more »»

Volunteers replace damaged shelter fence

April 10, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Regional Animal Shelter in Gloversville has rescued homeless and abused dogs, and when strong winds knocked down their fence on April 3, the community heard the call for help and... more »»

Housing financing still up in the air

April 10, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Fulton County Center for Regional Growth is still awaiting word from the state whether it will fund a developer’s housing project for the main, former Estee Middle School buildin. more »»

Hamilton County marks 200 years

April 9, 2016 LAKE PLEASANT — Wells Supervisor Brian Towers offered a concise explanation for why the Hamilton County bicentennial event Tuesday will be something of an understated affair: Mud. more »»

Funds to aid schools

April 9, 2016 Several local school districts will get additional funding from the state that may aid students and families struggling with poverty. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web