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Domestic violence against men still silent burden

October 4, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the U.. more »»

Hundreds participate in Pink Out parade

October 4, 2015 BROADALBIN — The village was awash in the color pink Saturday, as hundreds of people came to the high school to take part in the Seventh Annual Robin Blowers Patriot Pink Out event for the... more »»

City budget should be released soon

October 4, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE—The 2016 budget process is starting and officials are ready to release a budget listing departmental requests sometime next week. more »»

Street address signs available through town

October 4, 2015 CAROGA—When first responders are called out for an emergency, every second counts, seconds that may cost a life if the responders cannot find the address because it is not easily seen. more »»

Banner Year

October 4, 2015 Not only did New York have record numbers of visitors to its state parks, two local historic sites also saw a significant increase in the number of visitors during the 2015 summer season. more »»

Mother of ‘Baby Jax’ arrested

October 3, 2015 CINCINNATI — A woman from Johnstown has been arrested and charged with endangering her son, who is being treated at an Ohio hospital for a rare skin condition. more »»

Donation to Education

October 3, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton-Montgomery Community College on Friday announced its largest donation ever — a more-than $2 million private endowment gift from the estate of late Palatine Bridge business owners... more »»

Chamber leader troubled over tourism

October 3, 2015 FONDA — Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce President Mark Kilmer has concerns about recent discussions in Montgomery County about stopping tourism work with the chamber. On Sept. more »»

Freshman academy set to help students

October 3, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — Freshman this year became either Huskies or Dragons in a new program that will help students properly transition to high school and graduate this year as the Freshman Academy began. more »»

Woman convicted of felony drunk driving

October 3, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — A Schenectady woman convicted of two felonies for driving last spring with more than three times the legal alcohol limit was sentenced Tuesday in Fulton County Court to five years... more »»

FM receives $2 million donation

October 2, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton-Montgomery Community College today announced its largest donation ever — a more than $2 million private endowment from the estate of late Palatine Bridge business owners Donald an... more »»

Marijuana ‘harvest’ set for fall

October 2, 2015 PERTH — Empire State Health Solutions at the new Tryon Technology Park and Incubator Center could start producing its medical marijuana products by late November, but won’t be able to legally... more »»

Mother of 'Baby Jax' arrested

October 2, 2015 CINCINNATI — A local woman has been arrested and charged with endangering her son, who is being treated at a Cincinnati hospital for a rare skin conditio. more »»

District finalizing project’s design

October 2, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District is finalizing proposed design work for one of the major pieces of its $39. more »»

Event to honor principal

October 2, 2015 BROADALBIN — The annual Broadalbin-Perth school district event to raise money for cancer research will pay tribute to a school principal who lost her life to the illness in August. more »»

Schumer: Increase funds to fight algae

October 2, 2015 U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for more federal funding to help fight toxic algae found in upstate New York waterways. more »»

St. Mary’s announces new top finance officer

October 2, 2015 AMSTERDAM — St. Mary’s Healthcare announced the promotion of Rick Henze to the position of chief financial officer. Henze has been with St. more »»

Holding Out Hope

October 1, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Johnstown High School student Ashley Ackernecht was only 8 years old when her mother — Kellisue M. Ackernecht — vanished the night of Sept. 30, 200. more »»

Stewart’s seeks water for Meco shop

October 1, 2015 MECO — Despite Smart Waters expecting to be approved within a month, Gloversville officials have lent their support to extending water lines already to the Stewart’s Shop in Meco. During the Sep. more »»

Gloversville teen stole, crashed two vehicles: cops

October 1, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — A Gloversville teen who told city police he was playing “Grand Theft Auto” when he crashed two different stolen vehicles Saturday in the city was jailed. Police said Antonio . more »»

City working on budget behind closed doors

October 1, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — City department heads recently met behind closed doors with Mayor Michael Julius to discuss their 2016 city budget requests, a process that has become less public in recent years. more »»



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