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Johnstown district project to be reviewed

September 24, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education on Tuesday proposed it be declared lead agency for the state Environmental Quality Review process required for the districtwide... more »»

District ponders power plans

September 24, 2014 By KERRY MINOR The Leader-Herald FONDA — The Fonda Fultonville Central School District is considering a solar-powered future, along with the possibility of creating power for others. more »»

Church may get historic listing

September 24, 2014 SPECULATOR — A church complex in the village is being recommended for addition to the state and national registers of historic places. more »»

Man gets 6-year sentence

September 24, 2014 FONDA — A Sprakers man will join his two sons in prison for what authorities say was a two-generation burglary ring. John D. more »»

Honoring a champion

September 23, 2014 SPECULATOR — When the village dedicated the Gene Tunney Park Aug. more »»

Man receives 19 years in Internet sex case

September 23, 2014 FONDA — A Tribes Hill man who was accused of having sex with a child and providing the child to another man in an arrangement over the Internet was sentenced Monday to 19 years in state prison and 1... more »»

County energy upgrade begins

September 23, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County government recently started its $1.2 million countywide energy upgrade project that it hopes to finish by year’s en. more »»

Group touts plan progress

September 23, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The CEO Roundtable — a group of business and community leaders from Fulton and Montgomery counties — highlighted progress made on its 2011 regional business plan during a presentation an... more »»

F-F sets date for vote on project

September 23, 2014 FONDA — The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District Board of Education has set a date for the vote on a proposed capital project. During Monday’s board meeting, members approved Nov. more »»

Man pleads guilty to felony sex charge

September 23, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — A 45-year-old Gloversville man pleaded guilty Monday in Fulton County Court and faces 15 years in prison stemming from sexual incidents involving a 7-year-old girl during the summer. more »»

Keeping Faith

September 22, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — For 100 years, the Bleecker Street Church of Christ has been serving local faithful and lending a hand to people in nee. more »»

Battle fills streets of Johnstown

September 22, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Echoes of the past came back loudly Sunday afternoon as residents watched the Battle of Johnstown re-created on their city streets. more »»

County launches textile recycling

September 22, 2014 JOHNSTOWN —The Fulton County Department of Solid Waste has begun a new Textile Recycling Program, trying to get county residents to recycle discarded clothes instead of throwing them in the garbage. more »»

Discussion flows from water request

September 22, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — A town resident who requested to tap into the city’s water system didn’t get an immediate answer from the Common Council recentl. more »»

APA eyes subdivision plan

September 22, 2014 BLEECKER— The Woodworth Lake subdivision plan is in a “holding pattern,” officials said Friday. more »»

Pol pushes plan to fight virus

September 22, 2014 U.S. Sen. Charles E. more »»

Ready for Battle

September 21, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The city will be the site of a battle today, but cannons were already booming and muskets firing at Johnson Hall State Historic Site on Saturday. more »»

Filming History

September 21, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — The headline on the article from the Au. more »»

Benefits of BOCES grants outlined

September 21, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services Superintendent Patrick Michel recently outlined the benefits of four grants at a meeting of the Greater Johnstown... more »»

Johnstown plans paving for this fall

September 21, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — City officials recently accepted a $406,088 bid from a Warren County firm, which will be paving five streets and their intersections this fall in the city. more »»

 
 
 

 

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