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Canal audit raises local concerns

May 29, 2015 Local officials are concerned about a state audit that points out gaps in the state Canal Corp.’s inspection process. more »»

Audit criticizes Fire Dept. finances

May 29, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Sir William Johnson Volunteer Fire Department needs to do a better job maintaining its records, reconciling bank transactions and submitting reports to its oversight board, a state... more »»

Teachers get ‘mini’ grants

May 29, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Several teachers last week reported on “mini-grant” funding they received through the Johnstown Teachers Association to the Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education. more »»

Foul odors force shutdown of sewer upgrad

May 29, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Foul odors continue to plague a permanent start-up of the Gloversville-Johnstown Wastewater Treated Facility’s new $8 million sewer system upgrade project, which was recently shut down... more »»

B-P district weighs solar project

May 29, 2015 BROADALBIN—Broadalbin-Perth Central School is looking into possible new solar power projects. more »»

Gloversville still negotiating water deal

May 29, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — City officials are still negotiating a proposed Smart Waters deal. Mayor Dayton King said he is confident a decision will be made soon. more »»

Commission suggests abolishing Water Board

May 28, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Charter Review Commission voted recently to recommend to city voters the city Water Board be abolished, and city government oversee Water Department operations. more »»

Man gets 40-year term for sex abuse

May 28, 2015 FONDA — A St. Johnsville man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for abusing six Amish boys over seven years. more »»

Super speller shines on stage

May 28, 2015 A Mayfield Central School eighth-grader spelled all of her words correctly in her second trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee, but she ultimately fell short of making it to the semifinal round. more »»

School may OK Odyssey of the Mind

May 28, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District is considering approving an Odyssey of the Mind program for the 2015-16 school year. more »»

City teen allegedly spray-painted cars

May 28, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — A city teen is facing charges after allegedly spray-painting vehicles. Charles B. more »»

Next Verse

May 27, 2015 GLEN — Teen singing star Sawyer Fredericks, recent winner of NBC-TV’s “The Voice,” says he’s enjoying life on his family’s farm in Glen for the time being, awaiting the recording of new music. more »»

Man gets 40 years in prison for sexually abusing Amish boys

May 27, 2015 FONDA — A St. Johnsville man was sentenced today to 40 years in state prision after being convicted of sexually abusing six Amish boys at his farm. more »»

Police: Man choked 13-year-old

May 27, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — A Helwig Street man was arrested after police found him choking a 13-year-old boy and holding him several feet off the floor, according to city police. more »»

City seeks to clean up old mill site

May 27, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — City officials say they will work toward finishing the cleanup of the former Pan Am Leather site, which West Fulton Street residents say is an eyesore. more »»

County approves new policy

May 27, 2015 FONDA — Montgomery County on Tuesday approved a new non-bargaining policy for appointed personnel and department heads, but elected officials will have to wait for their policy. more »»

County may seek state OK to use jail for detainment

May 27, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County supervisors on June 8 will consider requesting special state legislation to allow the county jail to accept pre-arraigned detainees, a move Sheriff Thomas Lorey said he is... more »»

City approves tax refund as part of court settlement

May 27, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Common Council last week approved a $2,706 tax refund to a company that city officials blamed last winter for causing the pullout of a multi-million dollar dairy project from the... more »»

Honoring the Fallen

May 26, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — Mike Rose has been watching the city’s annual Memorial Day Parade for 59 years, and every year, the event attracts a big crowd. Monday’s parade was no exception. more »»

Man accused of choking child

May 26, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — A Helwig Street man was arrested after police found him choking a 13-year-old boy and holding him several feet off the floor, according to a news release from city police. more »»



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