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Man dies in crash

October 10, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — An Amsterdam man was killed Thursday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident on Steele Avenue Extension, according to Fulton County Sheriff Thomas Lorey. Christopher M. Lander J. more »»

Building Care

October 10, 2015 AMSTERDAM — Friday was a day of celebration for St. Mary’s Healthcare staff and officials as a dedication ceremony was held for the Rao Outpatient Pavilion. more »»

Mother of ‘Baby Jax’ indicted

October 10, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The case is continuing against the mother of “Baby Jax,” as an Ohio grand jury has agreed with prosecutors who brought child endangerment charges after hospital workers said they saw her... more »»

Officials: Tax sharing talks have stalled

October 10, 2015 MOHAWK — Town Supervisor Ed Bishop has released more details about the latest round of negotiations between the town and city of Johnstown in regard to a revenue sharing deal for the proposed... more »»

Planning board approves church location

October 10, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — The city Planning Board has given an OK to church’s plan to move into a downtown space and is a step closer to endorsing a Johnstown company’s plan to turn a former downtown church... more »»

Sewer plant receives $500K grant

October 9, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — National Grid presented the Gloversville-Johnstown Wastewater Treatment Facility with a $500,000 renewable energy and economic development grant Thursday, praising the sewer plant for it... more »»

Amsterdam man dies in crash

October 9, 2015 JOHNSTOWN – An Amsterdam man was killed Thursday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident on Steele Avenue Extension, according to Fulton County Sheriff Thomas Lorey. Christopher M. Lander J. more »»

Johnstown set to receive cameras

October 9, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — A Fulton County grant from the federal government is being used to help make the city’s downtown area safer. more »»

Canopy donated to city district

October 9, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — A city couple has donated a purple and gold canopy shelter for scholastic sporting events to the Greater Johnstown School Distric. more »»

Johnstown schedules own holiday parade

October 9, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Less than a month after the organizers of the annual Johnstown Holiday Parade announced they are moving the parade to Gloversville, the city of Johnstown has announced it will have its... more »»

Requests would hike taxes 25%

October 8, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County departments’ 2016 budget requests would increase the county tax levy by about 25 percent, but county supervisors likely will reduce proposed expenses and the resulting tax... more »»

New Planet Fitness approved

October 8, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The city Planning Board approved four projects — including business expansions and a new fitness center — Tuesday following public hearings on each at City Hall. more »»

Solar City?

October 8, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — A Rensselaer company hopes to build a solar farm in the northwest corner of the city that could generate enough electricity to power up to 40 homes. more »»

Officials consider tenants for airport

October 8, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County officials will decide by month’s end whether to continue leasing the county airport restaurant building to Grandma Millie’s Bakery, or go with another tenant. more »»

Records to be digitized at B-P

October 8, 2015 BROADALBIN — Broadalbin-Perth Central School District has been awarded a $17,536 state grant to digitize student records and provide district staff easier access to frequently requested documents. more »»

County officials OK 2016 budget

October 7, 2015 FONDA — The Montgomery County Legislature on Tuesday approved a 2016 operating budget with a 1.97 percent tax-rate increase. The roughly $109.2 million budget uses $3. more »»

Parking ban eyed in Johnstown

October 7, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Common Council voted Monday to set a public hearing for Oct. 19 on banning parking on the south side of East Third Avenue. The hearing will be conducted at 7 p.m. more »»

‘Take Back’ works: police

October 7, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The city Police Department recently conducted a successful “Take Back” initiative with the U.S. more »»

Teen struck females: police

October 7, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — A city teen who allegedly struck two females, fought with city police and had bath salts was arrested Monday on nine felony and misdemeanor counts. Police said Levoster G. more »»

Sue Nigra to run arts center

October 7, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts recently announced Sue Nigra has been named its interim director. more »»



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