Fulton County Veterans dept. moving to Route 29

Fulton County Veterans dept. moving to Route 29

The Fulton County Board of Supervisors has approved a new plan for its office space that will move the county's Veterans Service Agency out of the basement at 223 W. Main St. in Johnstown and into a larger office at the Fulton County Services Complex on Route 29. The new office space plan was created after the Fulton County Board of Supervisors in August agreed to buy the former Johnstown Area Volunteer Ambulance Corps. building at 231 N. Perry St. for $400,000 from its former owner, Townsend Leather Corp. The Fulton County Emergency Management Office will move into the former ambulance corps building,…
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Gloversville announces honor rolls

GLOVERSVILLE — These students were named to the second-quarter honor roll at Gloversville High School and Middle School.HIGH SCHOOLPrincipal’s ListGrade 12Aidan Albanese, Kaleb Aldrich, Jack Bruce, Simon Bruce, Douglas Cook, Dane Dillenback, Ethan Dutcher, Alexander Foster, Owen Groves, Olivia Hanifan, Harlan Hayes Jr., James Leon-Swank, Mason Lobdell, Alexa Luciano, Massa Masri, Luke Pavlus, Edan Perry, Zachary Springer, Melia Stoller, Breanna WhiteGrade 11Julianna Alvarez, Kayla Avera-Shaw, Austin Becker, Sarah Dworman, Kadance Francis, Madison Gibson, Lily Jones, Arelya Mathias, Angel Perez, Charlotte Perron, Abigail Seltzer, Caitlyn Shipley, Mckenzie Siler, Isabel Smith, Rebecca Towne, Richard Wilkinson, Katherine WrightGrade 10Kendra Breton, Marisa Dygon, Finley…
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Education news in brief

Area students honored by TampaTAMPA, Fla. — The University of Tampa has honored 2,056 students who were named to the dean’s list for the Fall 2021 semester. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.75 or higher to be eligible for the dean’s list.Grace Harper, of Mayfield, and Melody Valberg, of Amsterdam, earned dean’s list honors. Harper is majoring in Psychology BA and Valberg is an undecided major.Ivancic honored by Champlain CollegeBURLINGTON, Vt. — Carter Ivancic of Gloversville, has been named to the Champlain College Dean’s List for the Fall 2021 semester.Students on the Dean’s List have achieved a grade point…
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OESJ announces quarterly honors

ST. JOHNSVILLE — The Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville Central School District recently announced its second-quarter high honor and honor rolls for the Junior and Senior High School. High Honor Roll 12th Grade Josephine Brundage; Colby Christman; Olivia Chromczak; Kyle Hall; Isaiah Handy; Katelynn Hanna; Karis Montana; Emilie Peterson; Paul Rice; Nicholas Smith; Mason Snell; Jesse Walrath; Aeriel Wheelock. 11th Grade Bella Case; Licinda Coffin; Jade Dygert; Anderson Eggleston; Arielle Hughes; Jaslynn Leach; Carolyn Littrell; Alexander Lopez; Abigail Miller; Emileigh Moore; Sydney Schell; Kirsten Swartz; Autumn Tubbs; Natazia Nicole Vingua; Kendra Zeidner. 10th Grade Georgia Bailey; Blake Bergen; Chloe Callahan Brittain; Jordan DeNinno;…
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Mother Teresa’s Closet has reopened its doors in Johnstown

Mother Teresa’s Closet has reopened its doors in Johnstown

By Jennifer Farnsworth/For The Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN -- It has been over ten years since a group of Catholic parishioners at Holy Trinity in Johnstown came together to create a resource for community members in need. At that time, volunteers thought about what was missing, quickly realizing that while food pantries were readily available, access to basic household needs was not. Today, that need continues and the volunteers of Mother Teresa’s Closet are ready to meet those needs. Jennifer Connolly, a longtime volunteer, said they knew there were enough resources for people to find grocery items and meals, but what they…
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Fulton County Board of Supervisors approves plan to change polling sites

Fulton County Board of Supervisors approves plan to change polling sites

FULTON COUNTY -- The Fulton County Board of Supervisors voted 19-1 last week to approve a plan to change election polling sites in the cities of Johnstown and Gloversville along with the towns of Mayfield and Oppenheim. The four-part plan was recommended by the Fulton County Board of Elections and includes these components: The election polling sites in the cities of Gloversville and Johnstown will now have one election district per ward, six for Gloversville and four for Johnstown. Election districts in the Town of Mayfield will be re-aligned so that the Village of Mayfield will now be entirely within District…
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