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Northville graduates receive diplomas

June 28, 2014 NORTHVILLE — Student speeches included a lighthearted message featuring Dr. Seuss and one about helping to “save the world” at the the Northville High School graduation ceremony Frida. more »»

Students hear words of wisdom

June 28, 2014 WELLS — At the gym of the Wells Central School District on Friday night, plenty of cheering could be heard as the class of 2014 moved across the stage to accept diplomas after 12 years of work. more »»

Graduates celebrate in Canajoharie

June 28, 2014 CANAJOHARIE — People lined the Arkell Performing Arts Center at Canajoharie High School on Friday to wish the class of 2014 farewell during the district’s 136th commencement ceremony. more »»

Man who hit another with a rock gets a year in jail

June 28, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — A man who hit another man in the head with a rock in Gloversville was sentenced Wednesday to a year in the Fulton County Jail. Joshua J. Coadney, 36, of 11 Carpenter St. more »»

Road to Recovery

June 27, 2014 FORT PLAIN — Last June 28, heavy rain brought major flooding that destroyed some homes and damaged others, and claimed the life of one resident. A year later, the cleanup and recovery continues. more »»

Schools, libraries receive extra aid

June 27, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Local schools and libraries will receive almost $170,000 in extra state grant money. State Sen. more »»

Plumbing store recovers

June 27, 2014 FORT PLAIN — Geesler’s Plumbing and Hardware on Canal Street was among the businesses flooded in the village last June. more »»

Resident still tries to rebuild

June 27, 2014 FORT PLAIN — Eric Walters of Reid Street is still rebuilding his home, which was damaged in last June’s flood. After a year, his 91 Reid St. house is still gutte. more »»

Johnstown weighs options for pool

June 27, 2014 JOHNSTOWN —The Greater Johnstown School District is weighing future options for the Johnstown High School pool. more »»

County plans radio upgrade

June 27, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Emergency radio communications in Fulton County will receive a major boost this year, pending approval of four major contracts by the Board of Supervisors on July 14. more »»

City working on bridge report

June 27, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — City Engineer Chandra Cotter will issue a report with recommendations and cost estimates on how to proceed with two of the city’s most structurally deficient bridges, Mayor Michael... more »»

County to begin $1.2 million energy project

June 27, 2014 By MICHAEL ANICH The Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN —Fulton County government hopes to start a $1.2 million countywide energy upgrade project by the end of July, a county official said this week. more »»

Johnstown revaluation under way

June 26, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — The firm hired to conduct a citywide revaluation of properties will begin to visit people’s homes to collect information in the next couple weeks, an official with the company sai. more »»

Property auction gets county $129,000

June 26, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — A Fulton County tax-foreclosure property auction last week earned the county $128,946. County Treasurer Terry Blodgett said of the 89 parcels, 11 remained unsold. more »»

Gloversville green-lights road work

June 26, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — The Common Council on Tuesday advised Department of Public Works Director Kevin Jones to move forward with the 2014 paving plan that would improve the surface of 23 sections of roadwa... more »»

Basketball league scores approval

June 26, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — After a lengthy discussion and a number of amendments to the contract, the Common Council decided to allow city resident Harley Fuller to expand and continue his adult basketball... more »»

War Dog Memorial goes to town

June 26, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Broadalbin resident David Anderson of American Legion Post 137 last year approached the Common Council because he wanted to do something to inform the public about the service dogs... more »»

County fails to OK property sale

June 26, 2014 FONDA — Montgomery County legislators failed to approve a resolution Tuesday to sell a property that had been accidently split up at an auction. more »»

City pursues manager idea

June 25, 2014 GLOVERSVILLE — Officials may put a proposal to change the city’s form of government into the hands of voters. more »»

Stefanik defeats Doheny

June 25, 2014 Former Washington political staffer Elise Stefanik rode strong backing from national conservative groups to defeat self-funded businessman Matthew Doheny in Tuesday’s Republican primary for the 21st... more »»



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