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Caroga Town Board wants state campground to stay open longer

March 26, 2016 CAROGA— “Leaf peepers” and “fall lookers” are disappointed when they can’t camp in Caroga during October, Jennifer Lair, Owner of the Camper’s Corner Store, sai. more »»

World Trade Center piece set for FMCC memorial service

March 26, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton-Montgomery Community College is on track to have a piece of the World Trade Center installed in time for a Sept. 11 memorial service. more »»

Whey plant may start in October

March 25, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Johnstown Renewables’ $12.5 million acid whey processing facility at the Johnstown Industrial Park may begin operations in October. more »»

Groups get grants for technology

March 25, 2016 Local nonprofit organizations providing services to the developmentally disabled and people with behavioral health problems were recently awarded more than $200,000 in state grants to help improve... more »»

Gravel-mine plan raises concerns

March 25, 2016 MAYFIELD — Some residents say they are concerned about a sand and gravel mine that could begin operations along Route 30 this spring. more »»

Group’s event to showcase Gloversville

March 25, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The New York State Urban Council will conduct its quarterly meeting April 14 and 15 downtown as an event showcasing Gloversville. more »»

Teen sentenced in robbery

March 25, 2016 By MICHAEL ANICH The Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN —One of two teens police said robbed and choked a man outside his Gloversville home last fall — before firing a pellet gun at the victim — will spend up... more »»

CRG plans to step up effort to find members

March 25, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — A new Fulton County Center for Regional Growth panel is exploring shaking up the way the agency seeks new members, including creating a possible sales person. more »»

Johnstown DPW set for projects

March 25, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — City Engineer Christopher Vose foresees a busy year for the Department of Public Works, which will be involved in an in-house prefabricated bridge project. more »»

Lawsuit over arrest moves ahead

March 24, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — A portion of a 2011 lawsuit filed by a man who had murder charges against him dropped in a 2010 fatal stabbing will go forward this year, according to court documents. Derek “Deke” . more »»

Man gets 18 years in prison for sex crime

March 24, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A Gloversville man convicted of sexual contact with three children ages 5 through 8 last year will spend more than 18 years in state prison. Michael E. Hart Jr., 39, of 180 Spring St. more »»

Airport may land BBQ restaurant

March 24, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A city man may open a barbecue restaurant off County Highway 153 at the Fulton County Airport. more »»

Johnstown board OKs contract for project

March 24, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education on Tuesday approved a $2.3 million site work contract with an Albany County firm for the district’s capital project. more »»

Funding applications eyed

March 24, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — Fulton County economic development officials said Friday they will strategize soon for potential new Consolidated Funding Applications that are due into the state by July 31. more »»

Animal abuse law OK’d

March 24, 2016 FONDA — After more than two years of work, the Montgomery County Legislature on Tuesday passed a law to strengthen animal rights in the county. more »»

Mom of ‘Baby Jax’ gets jail term

March 23, 2016 CINCINNATI — Johnstown native Jessica Valik was sentenced Tuesday to 180 days in jail — with credit for time served — for injecting Benadryl into her son Jackson “Baby Jax” Baldwin’s feeding tube a... more »»

County rejects highway plan

March 23, 2016 FONDA — The Montgomery County Legislature on Tuesday rejected the idea of building a highway from Montgomery to Fulton County, and according to a Fulton County official, the plan now has little... more »»

Man gets over 18 years in prison for sex crimes

March 23, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A Gloversville man convicted of sexual contact with three children aged five through eight last year will be spending more than 18 years in state prison. Michael E. Hart Jr. more »»

Vacant building law wins approval

March 23, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Common Council has approved a new city ordinance targeting vacant buildings. more »»

Figures show $4M gap in budget

March 23, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Preliminary 2016-17 budget figures for the Greater Johnstown School District indicate a $4.3 million gap between expenses and revenue. more »»

 
 
 

 

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