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Smart Schools hearing slated

May 27, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education will conduct a public hearing on its $1 million Smart Schools Investment Plan, which improves the school system’s technology, at... more »»

Regulating district revokes three permits

May 27, 2016 MAYFIELD — The Hudson River-Black River Regulating District has revoked three beach permits on Lakeside Drive after residents allegedly dug up their shoreline areas against regulations, according to... more »»

Amsterdam man dies in Charlton crash

May 26, 2016 CHARLTON — An Amsterdam man was killed Wednesday after a two-vehicle crash on Route 67 in Saratoga County, according to state police. Troopers said Robert J. more »»

County to raze cottages at Tryon

May 26, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County is close to getting state approval to demolish several old cottages at the Tryon Technology Park, making way for the first major section of shovel-ready sites at the park. more »»

Speakers support feline rescue

May 26, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Common Council chambers at City Hall were standing-room-only Tuesday as people came out to support the Gloversville Cat Sanctuary and Rescue and its operator, Michelle Lautman. more »»

GOP committee eyes endorsement

May 26, 2016 To endorse or not endorse, that will be the question at the Fulton County Republican Committee’s June 7 meeting. more »»

Bee Fun

May 26, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. more »»

Solar PILOT proposal stalls in front of county legislature

May 26, 2016 FONDA — The Montgomery County Legislature declined to act on its proposed Payment in Lieu of Tax program for solar energy projects Tuesday. more »»

Tech Girls

May 25, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — About 180 area girls attended the fifth annual Tech Savvy Summit for Girls on Tuesday, participating in various workshops and being given empowering messages from educators about what... more »»

City OKs garbage measure

May 25, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Common Council approved an ordinance change Tuesday that requires city residents to put their garbage in trash cans on pickup day. more »»

Club: Possible scammer working area

May 25, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The Gloversville Football Alumni Club are warning residents about a potential scam in which a caller is pretending to be collecting funds for the group. more »»

Police department hires officer, another retiring

May 25, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — Personnel changes in the city Police Department were reported to the Common Council during reports given recently at City Hall. Police L. more »»

Grant contract awarded

May 25, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Common Council recently approved a $17,000 agreement between the city and Orion Management Co. to administrate a city grant assisting St. John’s Episcopal Church’s food pantry project. more »»

City water main break repaired

May 24, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — A portion of South Main and Harrison streets remains under a boil-water advisory through at least Wednesday after a water main broke Monday morning, city Water Superintendent Chris... more »»

Officials study colleges’ needs

May 24, 2016 By KERRY MINOR The Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN — Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul listened to local community colleges’ needs Monday in a visit to Fulton-Montgomery Community Colleg. more »»

City submits info for $10M grant

May 24, 2016 GLOVERSVILLE — The city submitted its application Monday for a $10 million grant that could transform downtown. The Downtown Revitalization Project, announced by Gov. more »»

Bids eyed for bridge work

May 24, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — The Common Common voted recently to advertise for bids for design and manufacturing of a pre-engineered replacement bridge for the Miller Street Street bridge. more »»

School board approves retirements

May 24, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A host of school year-ending resignations and retirements were approved by the Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education Thursday at Johnstown High School. more »»

‘Neighborhood watch’ for code violations suggested

May 24, 2016 JOHNSTOWN — A Common Council member recently suggested city residents start a city code “neighborhood watch” to anonymously phone-in to city officials what they perceive as property violations. more »»

Warm Welcome

May 23, 2016 VAIL MILLS — One can’t help but feel good vibes at the Fulton County Visitor Center, which is in its 15th year of operation at the busy intersection of Routes 29 and 30. more »»



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