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FM international students rise

May 2, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — Fulton-Montgomery Community College is averaging the most international students of any associate-degree-only community college in New York state. more »»

Living Life to its Fullest

May 1, 2016 FONDA—Rhionah Egelston’s advice to someone facing a cystic fibrosis diagnosis is “don’t let things hold you back.” Her brother, Cayden, harped on the fact that it’s not that bad, just stay active. more »»

Dozens turn out for fishing tournament

May 1, 2016 By MICHAEL ANICH The Leader-Herald GLOVERSVILLE — It didn’t take long for 10-year-old Darren Young to catch the first fish in the Gloversville Recreation Commission’s 4th annual Youth Fishing Derby... more »»

Downtown business event considered ‘a success’

May 1, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — City officials say a recent event held downtown by a not-for-profit business group was a success. more »»

County to improve energy efficiency

May 1, 2016 FONDA — The Montgomery County legislature approved a new bonding proposal Tuesday evening at its regular meeting which increases their total bonding issue to approximately $5 million for the year. more »»

Returning ‘Voice’

April 30, 2016 GLEN —Local singing sensation Sawyer Fredericks is coming up on a year since he won NBC’s nationally-televised singing competition “The Voice. more »»

Building Education

April 30, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Though Frances and George Allen are gone, their generosity will be remembered at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. more »»

Friendly’s eyes drive-thru lane

April 30, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Friendly’s Restaurant on Route 30A wants to put in a drive-thru lane for its customer. more »»

Subway robber set for three-year prison term

April 30, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A Mayfield man who robbed the Subway shop in Vail Mills with a gun just after Christmas is due to receive up to three years in state prison. Weston M. more »»

State official: Economy improving

April 29, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli told area business and community leaders today that the state’s fiscal health is improving, but Fulton and Montgomery counties face continued “economic... more »»

FM receives $2M donation

April 29, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton-Montgomery Community College has announced a $2 million donation from the estate of the late Frances and George Allen of Amsterdam. more »»

Opinions on use of explosive mixed

April 29, 2016 Officials in Fulton County say they see little need to ban binary explosives such as Tannerite, a compound sometimes used for target practic. more »»

Transit official leaving

April 29, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The city is seeking a new mobility manager after the current manager said he will retire in late summer. more »»

B-P students take on LGBT bullying

April 29, 2016 BROADALBIN — Allyson Becker has always been a supporter of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. She also has seen friends being bullied. more »»

McCoski announces candidacy for D.A.

April 29, 2016 FONDA—Montgomery County residents could see their first ever woman district attorney. Democratic candidate Kelli P. McCoski announced her plans to seek election Wednesday. more »»

Soroptimists pledge $30K to health center

April 29, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Soroptimist of Fulton County made a $30,000 pledge to the Breast Health Center of St. Mary’s Hospital on Wednesda. more »»

Man indicted in slaying of wife

April 28, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — A city man accused of killing his wife of 51 years earlier this year has been indicted on murder and other charges, according to Fulton County Acting District Attorney Chad Brown. more »»

Schools sued over substitute’s behavior

April 28, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A Gloversville area woman whose teenage daughter was exposed to inappropriate communications by a former BOCES substitute teacher working for the Greater Johnstown School District is... more »»

Council hears pitch for land bank

April 28, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — A group trying to start a regional land bank is looking to get the city government’s endorsement of the proposal. more »»

Potential vacancies eyed

April 28, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Only one of three incumbents is running for the Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education, leaving a write-in situation. more »»



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