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Water Worries

April 10, 2016 After decades of neglect, water infrastructure and water quality have become hot topics nationally and across New York state. more »»

Home show helping fund local park

April 10, 2016 BROADALBIN — In only half a day, Ryan Crane has grown his customer base by booking over 30 estimates for his sealcoating busines. more »»

NCS students are in top 10 of wordsmiths

April 10, 2016 NORTHVILLE—Students spellers in Northville Central School have finished in the top 10 for the New York state Vocabulary Bowl for the last four months in a row. more »»

Volunteers replace damaged shelter fence

April 10, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Regional Animal Shelter in Gloversville has rescued homeless and abused dogs, and when strong winds knocked down their fence on April 3, the community heard the call for help and... more »»

Housing financing still up in the air

April 10, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Fulton County Center for Regional Growth is still awaiting word from the state whether it will fund a developer’s housing project for the main, former Estee Middle School buildin. more »»

Hamilton County marks 200 years

April 9, 2016 LAKE PLEASANT — Wells Supervisor Brian Towers offered a concise explanation for why the Hamilton County bicentennial event Tuesday will be something of an understated affair: Mud. more »»

Funds to aid schools

April 9, 2016 Several local school districts will get additional funding from the state that may aid students and families struggling with poverty. more »»

Capital project set for summer

April 9, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The bulk of the next large phase of the Greater Johnstown School District’s $39.6 million capital project will begin after graduation day on June 25, the district says. more »»

No snow means reduced dough

April 9, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County may receive decreased state reimbursement for snowmobile trail maintenance because of a lack of significant snowfall this past winter. more »»

Montgomery County sheriff issues awards to life savers

April 9, 2016 FULTONVILLE — Montgomery County Sheriff Michael J. more »»

Tentative HFM BOCES budget spends $1.58 million

April 9, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board Of Cooperative Educational Services has released information about its tenative $1.58 million budget for 2016-17. more »»

Cruz rallies crowd in Scotia

April 8, 2016 SCOTIA — More than 1,000 people packed the auditorium at Mekeel Christian Academy on Thursday to see Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz. more »»

City aims to fix flooding problem

April 8, 2016 By MICHAEL ANICH The Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN — The city Department of Public Works plans to correct some of the longtime flooding problems near the Fulton County Department of Social Services’ Coope... more »»

Cold snap may hurt apple crop

April 8, 2016 By The Associated Press and KERRY MINOR The Leader-Herald ALBANY — Apple farmers in the East worry the late-season Arctic blast could take a big bite from their budding crop. more »»

State group’s head to talk to county

April 8, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Board of Supervisors will receive an update on the 2016-17 state budget from the county’s biggest support group at 1 p.m. Monday at the County Office Building. more »»

City police plan program

April 8, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The city’s new fingerprinting program for area children and their families will start soon, police Chief Mark Gifford said. “We’re ready to go,” Gifford said. more »»

Audit criticizes Canajoharie district

April 8, 2016 CANAJOHARIE — An audit released by the state comptroller this week cites the Canajoharie Central School District for overestimating certain budget appropriations, which contributed to a fund balance... more »»

Trooper’s estate settles suit

April 8, 2016 ALBANY — The estate of a New York state trooper killed in a December 2013 crash on the state Thruway in Amsterdam has settled a lawsuit with a trucker involved in the accident and the trucking... more »»

Police: Man stomped on head

April 7, 2016 By KERRY MINOR The Leader-Herald AMSTERDAM — Michael Donyell Norwood repeatedly stomped on Beth Logan’s head and body while wearing work boots at the couple’s second-floor apartment on Garden Street... more »»

Cruz, in Scotia, takes jabs at Trump

April 7, 2016 SCOTIA — Presidential candidate Ted Cruz stopped in Scotia today and spoke before a crowd of more than a thousand people at the Mekeel Christian Academy. more »»



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