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City updating phones, computers

March 17, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Common Council on Monday approved two agreements to make more than $176,000 in improvements to city government’s outdated computer and telephone systems. more »»

Town poorly served by bakery deal: official

March 17, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Town Assessor Katherine Oare reported to the Town Board on Monday the town is missing out on taxes from two properties. more »»

City on path to open bids for trail work

March 17, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The city will open bids at the end of the month for a Rail Trail safety improvement project first discussed by city officials more than a year ag. more »»

Team tackling economic development

March 17, 2015 FONDA — Montgomery County Executive Matthew L. more »»

Wine, food festival to give people taste of downtown

March 17, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — The Gloversville Business Improvement District has announced its first Southern Adirondack Wine & Food Festival, scheduled for June 14 from 2 to 6 p.m. downtown on Main Street. more »»

Going Solar?

March 16, 2015 Several area municipalities and the local BOCES are considering solar projects as the power systems continue to grow in popularity. more »»

Village elections slated Wednesday

March 16, 2015 Villages in Fulton and Montgomery counties will see voters arrive at the polls Wednesday, as several positions are up for election. more »»

CIC delinquent in paying taxes: county officials

March 16, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Crossroads Incubator Corp. more »»

Textile-recycling program finds fit in county

March 16, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Department of Solid Waste’s new textile recycling program is going well, although it is not a major revenue producer. more »»

Supply and Demand

March 15, 2015 Toward the end of another rough winter, many local highway departments report their overtime and road-salt budgets are in better shape than officials thought they would be at this point. more »»

Police: Suspect found hiding in house

March 15, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — City police charged two city men on multiple counts and turned a third suspect over to state police after investigating a tip of a wanted man hiding in the basement of a city house. more »»

Council eyeing computer upgrades

March 15, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The Common Council on Monday will consider approving more than $176,000 worth of upgrades to city government’s computer and telephone systems. The council will meet at 7 p.m. more »»

Police: Two charged after searches

March 15, 2015 DOLGEVILLE — Two men were charged Thursday after village police allegedly found drugs, weapons and stolen property during searches of the suspects’ properties. Kyle J. more »»

City officials: Clear snow or be fined

March 15, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — Officials are working to clean up city sidewalks after some property owners failed to clear snow this winter. more »»

County on path to next phase of bypass study

March 14, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The next phase of Fulton County government’s investigation into a possible new “connector” highway from Montgomery to Fulton counties may begin soon. more »»

Irish Folk Tale

March 14, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — With the help of Irish citizens and a Leprechaun, a starving, poor, young Irish woman Margaret was able to gather supplies for a stew Friday. more »»

Official: Hess stations set for name change

March 14, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — The area’s two Hess gas stores will be rebranded this spring as Speedway stores, retail officials said Thursday. Randy Smith, manager of the Hess Express at 285 N. Comrie Ave. more »»

Draft of town plan published

March 14, 2015 MOHAWK — Town officials are getting closer to completing their comprehensive plan with the release of a draft pla. more »»

Fast Plan

March 13, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — Fulton, Montgomery and Hamilton counties soon could get the chance to upgrade their Internet infrastructure under a potential new program in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed 2015-16 budget. more »»

City depletes overtime, salt budgets

March 13, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — The brutal winter has depleted the city Department of Public Works’ overtime and road-salt budgets, city officials say. more »»



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