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Spring a fling: Snow returns to area

April 4, 2016 Snow is sticking but spring’s not, as residents in Fulton and Montgomery counties discovered this morning, as they spent time cleaning off their cars before heading out. more »»

Police: Woman, allegedly assaulted by boyfriend, dies

April 4, 2016 AMSTERDAM — City police said a woman, who was allegedly assaulted by her boyfriend last week, has died. more »»

Work set on historic structure

April 4, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The historic Fort Johnstown Annex building on East Montgomery Street will finally receive long-needed exterior work this summer, which will correct some moisture issues, officials say. more »»

Work orbiting Planet Fitness starts

April 4, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Minor work related to the planned new Planet Fitness project has begun in the Johnstown Mall, but a completion date for the construction work is unknown. more »»

Fulton County plans demolition work in Gloversville

April 4, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — More than a dozen buildings are expected to be torn down in the city within the next two years, as the county’s Operation Green Scene Demolition teams continues to make headway... more »»

New Digs

April 3, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE —As Fulton County Center for Regional Growth President and CEO Ron Peters led a tour last week through his new building, which opens to the public Monday, superlatives came easy. more »»

Man pleads guilty to strangling boy

April 3, 2016 JOHNSTOWN —A city man is expected to receive three years in state prison after pleading guilty this week in Fulton County Court to a strangulation charge involving a young teenage boy last year. more »»

Event promotes healthy, safe, living

April 3, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Health and wellness organizations were on-call to educate the public about emergency preparedness on Saturday. The Johnstown Area Community Center and the Shirley J. more »»

Stewart’s donates $1,200 to help local children

April 3, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Stewart’s Shops’ Holiday Match program donated $1,200 to the Fulton County Department of Social Services, which requested funding for foster and low-income children. more »»

Local schools greet end of aid reduction

April 2, 2016 The 2016-2017 state budget will remove the $434 million gap elimination adjustment, providing more money for some local school districts. more »»

Council mulls water request

April 2, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton-Montgomery Community College wants a decision this month by the Common Council on more city water it needs for the college’s proposed Global Village development project. more »»

Good fishing season predicted for local area

April 2, 2016 Local fishing enthusiasts may see a good opening weekend due to the light winter. more »»

Opposition stalls natural gas pipeline upgrade plan

April 2, 2016 MINDEN — Dominion Transmission Corporation, a multi-state company that moves natural gas through its pipelines throughout the northeastern United States, has run into local opposition as it attempts... more »»

Deputies: Female inmate assaulted and injured guard

April 2, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — An inmate at the Fulton County Jail is facing charges after the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office said she assaulted and injured a deputy at the Fulton County Correctional Facilit. more »»

Leaders reach budget deal

April 1, 2016 ALBANY — Local and state government representatives and business leaders today had a mixed reaction to the increase in the $9 minimum wage in a state budget deal reached Thursday. more »»

Feeling Poor

April 1, 2016 AMSTERDAM — In real life, Vic Giulianelli is the president and CEO of St. more »»

Grant for emergency plan sought

April 1, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County Civil Defense-Fire Coordinator Steve Santa Maria this week received preliminary approval to apply for $116,000 in grants, some to update the county’s Comprehensive Emergenc... more »»

City may weigh rejected ideas

April 1, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — City leaders want to take another look at some of the Johnstown Charter Review Commission’s recommendations, which voters rejected in November, but they say the city has higher prioritie... more »»

District sets hearing on use of bond-act funds

April 1, 2016 OPPENHEIM — The Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Central School District will hold a public hearing regarding the Smart Schools Bond allocation on April 7. more »»

Police seeking robbery suspects

April 1, 2016 AMSTERDAM — City police are investigating a robbery that occurred Wednesday night at the Mini Mart Convenience Store. more »»

 
 
 

 

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