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Fluoride at center of water debate

February 7, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — At the Gloversville Water Filtration Plant, bags of sodium silicon fluoride sit outside the room that contains a hopper machine. more »»

Little girls and daddys go out for a night of dancing

February 7, 2016 FONDA—Girls got the chance to feel like a princess Saturday as they entered the Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School and were crowned with a tiara by Cinderella. more »»

Students visit area bookstore

February 7, 2016 JOHNSTOWN—A bookstore is where authors Jenny Milchman and Heidi Sprouse decided they wanted to share their passion for reading with pre-kindergarteners at Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. more »»

Man arrested for using blue light to stop vehicle

February 7, 2016 FLORIDA — An Albany County fire department member was arrested Tuesday for allegedly using his blue flashing lights to stop a vehicle. more »»

Mayor’s pick for top cop to continue team approach

February 6, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — City Police Capt. Marc Porter, who appears set to take over soon as chief of police, said he will continue the team approach that has been fostered at the department over the year. more »»

County airport seeks new tenant

February 6, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County supervisors on Monday will take a step toward finding a new business for the vacant commercial building at the county airport. more »»

New art room spurs interest at local YMCA

February 6, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County YMCA’s art classes are filling up, as more people learn about the offerings at the center. more »»

Council member sees a future for former church building

February 6, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — A member of the Common Council is urging someone to take ownership of the former Bleeker Square Church and use it to help revitalize the city. more »»

Zika Threat

February 5, 2016 The Zika virus causing concern in the southern hemisphere is no cause for local alarm, local health officials sa. more »»

City police chief leaving

February 5, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — Police Chief Donald VanDeusen will retire at the end of the month and take a job in the private sector, he said. He is recommending Capt. more »»

District to keep budget within cap

February 5, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — City school leaders said the next school budget will stay within the state-imposed tax cap, using reserves if state funding is insufficien. more »»

Agency seeks new home

February 5, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — Fulton County’s economic development agency has sold its building and will be looking for a new home in the city. more »»

JHS studies plans for Pathways program

February 5, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Johnstown High School students could be studying engineering in Gloversville or getting early military experience in Amsterdam next year. more »»

Local syrup season getting an early start

February 4, 2016 Steve Savage, owner of Peaceful Valley Maple Farms on LaGrange Road in Johnstown, knows by looking at his trees the tapping season is about to begi. more »»

Heavy rain causes local flooding

February 4, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — Heavy rain combined with melting snow and ice led to some waterlogged roads across Fulton and Montgomery counties on Wednesday. According to the National Weather Service in Albany, 1. more »»

Local company seeks foreign trade zone

February 4, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A leather company is seeking federal approval to become the first foreign trade zone in the city and the only active zone in Fulton County. more »»

Man gets jail time

February 4, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A Gloversville man has been sent to jail for a year after pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated while his license was suspended from a previous DWI conviction. Kevin . more »»

Local boy’s family looks to help him, others

February 4, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — According to his aunt Bobbi VanNostrand, 12-year-old Gloversville Middle School student Sebastian Lasher awoke a week before Christmas to find his face swollen. more »»

Mayfield pastor organizes mission trip to Guatemala

February 4, 2016 MAYFIELD — Next weekend, 32 people will travel to the rural mountains of Guatemala to help others and learn from a culture unlike their own. The Re. more »»

Police, fire officials earn most

February 3, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fueled by opportunities to work overtime, a Johnstown police officer was the highest-paid government employee in this city in 2015, earning more than $90,00. more »»

Top-paid Gloversville employee: $100,416

February 3, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — All of the top 10 earners among Gloversville government employees in 2015 were members of the fire or police departments. more »»



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