2 hrs ago
Stores provide services to community
As 2014 begins, we would like to inform the community about Handy Ups N' Downs thrift stores located at our new location, 338 N. Comrie Ave. in Johnstown .
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7 hrs ago
High-speed rail may get on track in area
Local officials have varied opinions about recently revealed proposals for a high-speed passenger train service to run through Montgomery County.
11 hrs ago
Cudmore to speak at museum
History book author and newspaper columnist Bob Cudmore will present a history talk at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Fulton County Historical Society and Museum, 237 Kingsboro Ave. Cudmore's latest book is "Hidden History of the Mohawk Valley: The Baseball Oracle, the Mohawk Encampment and More," published by History Press.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Arraignment for dog breeder set
The owner of Sprakers-based Flat Creek Border Collie breeding kennel is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Town Court after his remaining outdoor dogs were seized earlier this winter.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Ossenfort delivers State of the County
Early Friday morning, Montgomery County Executive Matthew Ossenfort delivered the first State of the County address since the new government started in January.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
New York firm buys Berkshire Anodizing
The Berkshire Anodizing Co. has been purchased by a firm from New York state that has formed a new company called Colonial Anodizing Inc. Keymark Corp. of Fonda, N.Y., officially purchased Berk- shire Anodizing on Monday, company spokesman Brent Slaton said.
Seth Meyers, new host of NBC's 'Late Night,' will visit Ithaca College in April
This Feb. 24, 2014 image released by NBC shows host Seth Meyers during the premiere of his new late night talk show, "Late Night with Seth Meyers" in New York.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Council seeks firm for revaluation
Even though a western New York firm last month proposed the city hire it to do a citywide revaluation of properties, the Common Council is opening up the hiring process.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Albany Times Union
AQE says its statewide tour revealed stark inequities
With four weeks to go before the state budget is due to be finalized, advocates for increased spending on education came to the Capitol on Monday to show their work.
Istanbul Becomes the Last Stop on the 'Grand Tour'
Instead of experiencing Venice, Stockholm, or Amsterdam without views of the canals, skip the western half of the continent altogether and head to Istanbul, where the "Grand Tour" tradition lives on thanks to stately hotels, accommodating locals, and an incredibly dense collection of outstanding cultural artifacts.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Hearings to start on NY high-speed rail proposals
An eastbound Amtrak train rolls through Amsterdam, N.Y. on Thursday, April 30, 2009.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Committee endorses FMCC plan
A Fulton County Board of Supervisors committee recently endorsed Fulton-Montgomery Community College's SUNY START-UP NY plan, which establishes tax-free zones for businesses.
Vacation Abroad or Stay Ignorant at Home
A Cadillac 2014 commercial applauds this ethic and the benefits of "stuff," like a fancy car, that come from hard work.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Residents speak against idea - Florida council on board with casino land proposal
After listening to more than a dozen local people voice both their concerns and hopes for a proposed casino in the town of Florida Monday night, the town council approved a resolution supporting its construction.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Upper West Side building stirs controversy by restricting gym
The owners of a Manhattan building have sparked a controversy over their plan to restrict a new gym only to certain residents.
Large fireball spotted across the northeast on Sunday evening
Around 9 p.m. on Sunday evening, sporadic reports started coming in to social media and local government agencies of a fireball with a possible explosion over Montgomery county.
County settles inmates' civil rights lawsuits
Montgomery County has settled at least a half-dozen civil rights lawsuits filed by inmates who claimed the sheriff and jail administrator segregated them because they were sex offenders or accused of sex crimes.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
WPLJ-FM New York
The Todd Show - Todd
Todd Pettengill began his career at the age of 13 in Amsterdam, New York working at all three local radio stations.
FMCC to review START-UP plan
Fulton-Montgomery Community College President Dustin Swanger recently provided the Board of Trustees with a draft of the SUNY START-UP NY plan, which would establish tax-free zones for businesses within the region.