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Local projects seek state funding

August 20, 2014 The next phase of the Tryon Technology Park, a canal park in Fonda and a pedestrian bridge in Amsterdam are among local projects vying for a share of $750 million in state funding this year. more »»

Homes flushed out of sewer proposal

August 20, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Town officials said the proposed East Fulton Street sewer district — which was set to cover homes and businesses — will now include only businesses. more »»

Voting changes pondered by B-P board

August 20, 2014 BROADALBIN — The Broadalbin-Perth Central School District has begun looking at its options for what will happen if the district can no longer use its current voting machines. more »»

Generator eyed at school

August 20, 2014 NORTHVILLE — The Northville Community Preparation Association continues to work toward providing the Northville Central School with a generator to complete the Red Cross Emergency Evacuation Site... more »»

Woman naked on Rail Trail: police

August 20, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — A city woman was arrested and charged on multiple counts after she was found nude on the Rail Trail by city police on Sunday. Jeannie L. Longennecker, 23, of 12 Fifth St. more »»

Local schools get pre-K grants

August 19, 2014 Several local school districts will receive state funding for full-day 2014-15 prekindergarten programs. more »»

City eyes tapping firm for water study

August 19, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — City officials will choose a firm to handle a study into local creeks and their drainage problem. more »»

Auction at tavern to help pay back taxes

August 19, 2014 MAYFIELD — Local businessmen and curious citizens filled the seized Pour Jim’s Restaurant and Tavern on Monday, buying tables, chairs and memorabilia. more »»

Mohawk paving roads

August 19, 2014 MOHAWK — The town has completed paving on several local roads and may try to get the speed limit lowered on one. more »»

Backing the Boss

August 18, 2014 NORTHVILLE — A ski trip to Lapland Lake over the Presidents’ Day holiday weekend almost ended in disaster for vocalist and drummer Vini “Mad Dog” Lopez. more »»

County to pay half of water study

August 18, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Board of Supervisors recently authorized the county to pay a $9,600 portion of the city Water Board’s contract with an engineering firm that’s evaluating the city’s... more »»

Council OKs SWAT team

August 18, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — The Common Council recently approved an intermunicipal agreement between Johnstown and Gloversville police to have a joint Special Weapons and Tactics Team. more »»

City police captain to retire Aug. 29

August 18, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — City police Capt. John Sira will be retiring at the end of this month after 28 years of public service. more »»

City DPW crews to work overtime for pothole repairs

August 18, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — City Department of Public Works Director Kevin Jones said he has come up with a solution to finish road repairs in the city. more »»

A Minute for Health

August 17, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Office for Aging’s Medicare Minute program — public presentations that answer questions about the federal insurance — is becoming increasingly popular. more »»

Classrooms set for grade grouping

August 17, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District’s Buildings and Grounds Department has been busy this summer, readying classrooms for the elementary transition to grade-level grouping in September... more »»

A Fair Parade

August 17, 2014 MAYFIELD — Dogs, horses, a cow and fairies were in the village to entertain the crowd during the 38th annual Bannertown Fair parade Saturday. more »»

Eddie 2 draws thousands to park

August 17, 2014 PINE LAKE — For 12 straight hours Saturday, local bands took the stages at Pine Lake Park to celebrate a life and give a helping hand to college students. more »»

County to aid assessment fights

August 16, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County is putting to use a new policy to assist cities and towns legally fighting assessment reduction claims that ultimately can affect the county. more »»

Woman in burglary ring gets prison

August 16, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — A Schenectady woman who authorities said was part of an extensive area burglary ring was sentenced Friday to two to six years in prison. more »»

 
 

 

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