Amsterdam Info

Amsterdam, New York is located in Montgomery County. Zip codes in Amsterdam, NY include 12010. The median home price in Amsterdam is $119,900. More Amsterdam information.

Local Charities in Amsterdam, NY

Bookmark

Add to MyYahoo RSS

Amsterdam News

Local news for Amsterdam, NY continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

8 hrs ago | Nippertown!

7/12/14: Today's Tips: Saturday

FESTIVAL/MUSIC : CountryFest @ Schaghticoke Fairgrounds , Schaghticoke. Featuring Jake Owen, Montgomery Gentry, John Michael Montgomery, Scotty McCreery, Dan + Shay and Local 518 faves Cryin' Out Loud .

Comment?

12 hrs ago | Recorder

Blaze of glory: AFD Chief Liberti to retire

When asked to describe Amsterdam Fire Chief Richard Liberti, co-workers, friends and city officials all define him as calm, humble and hard-working.

Comment?

Fri Jul 11, 2014

Recorder

Petitions filed for local elections

A pair of council seats on the Amsterdam town board are currently the only locally contested races in the upcoming election season, according to petitions filed with the Mongtomery County Board of Elections, Thursday.

Comment?

Thu Jul 10, 2014

Gloversville Leader-Herald

Give SMART ideas a chance

As Fulton County tries to improve water services, our local governments should take the ideas seriously and review the proposals closely.

Comment?

Gloversville Leader-Herald

Beverly K. Andreano

Beverly K. Andreano, 87, of County Highway 126, Amsterdam, died Tuesday afternoon, July 8, 2014, at home surrounded by her loving family.

Comment?

Gloversville Leader-Herald

Taking Sides

The two groups were separated by about a half-mile, with supporters of the casino rallying on the Route 30 bridge over the Mohawk River and opponents standing near the Amsterdam Library, also on Route 30. Melissa Aucompaugh, 15, of Pattersonville holds an anti-casino sign on Route 30 near the Amsterdam Public Library in Amsterdam on Wednesday.

Comment?

Gloversville Leader-Herald

Garth W. Hillier

Fulton County Sheriff's Department Captain Garth W. Hillier, age 50, Johnstown, passed away on Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at St. Mary's Hospital, Amsterdam, after a valiant battle with cancer.

Comment?

Recorder

Those for, against a casino battle elements to get their point across

Last week it was the heat and this week it was the rain. Twice now, rallies planned for both sides of the Thruway Exit 27 casino debate have been interrupted by Mother Nature.

Comment?

Wed Jul 09, 2014

Albany Times Union

Casino rallies planned in Amsterdam

Residents listen as the Amsterdam Common Council votes on a Exit 27 casino proposal Tuesday June 17, 2014 in Amsterdam, N.Y. Property off Route 30 that may be the site of a proposed casino in Montgomery County on Tuesday June 17, 2014 in Florida, N.Y. Property off Route 30 that may be the site of a proposed casino in Montgomery County on Tuesday ... (more)

Comment?

Albany Times Union

Casino rallies planned in

Supporters of the $250 million gaming hall development, who last week canceled a parade because of the heat and humidity, are expected to congregate at 5 p.m. at the Route 30 bridge leading into downtown Amsterdam.

Comment?

Tue Jul 08, 2014

Albany Times Union

A legal joust over just one

Jeff Boutelle, president and CEO holds a freshly bottled natural honey crisp applesauce at the Beechnut plant Monday afternoon March 10, 2014, in Florida, N.Y. Beech-Nut Nutrition's new line of all-natural baby food made at the company's plant in Montgomery County is designed to appeal to the softer side of new moms.

Comment?

Gloversville Leader-Herald

County weighs water projects

Fulton County officials are considering several ways to improve water services, including drawing water from the Great Sacandaga Lake, extending water and sewer services from Amsterdam to Fulton County, and constructing a water line from Gloversville to the city of Johnstown.

Comment?

Gloversville Leader-Herald

Matthew W. Phillips

Matthew W. Phillips, 22, of Wileytown Road, Middle Grove, died tragically on July 5, 2014, as the result of a motorcycle accident on Barkersville Road.

Comment?

Mon Jul 07, 2014

Recorder

Buddhist property buys go under the microscope

Amsterdam officials are questioning the credibility of a local Buddhist organization that has sold a volume of properties to a mysterious corporation in the past several the years.

Comment?

Recorder

Brothers are working side by side in the family auto repair business

After a hail storm in mid-May damaged many city vehicles, Richard Altieri Jr. came back to his hometown to help his brother with the family business.

Comment?

New York Post

Cafe Blossom relocates, lands liquor license

Popular Cafe Blossom, which shut down its 466 Columbus Ave. location in May, has signed a lease to re-open in a larger space at 507 Columbus, the former home of Casa Pomona.

Comment?

Sat Jul 05, 2014

Recorder

Lest we forget John Trzaskos' story of World War II

It may be hard to be believe, but in 10 years, the few surviving World War II veterans may be gone, and with them they will take the stories of courage and sacrifice that helped to end one of the worst wars in history.

Comment?

Recorder

Amsterdam's King eager to rebound from first pro loss

Not even a full week removed from the first loss of his professional boxing career, Amsterdam's Luis "Nando" King was back Wednesday working out at Perth Ultimate Fitness, refusing to let a bump in the road become a permanent detour.

Comment?

Fri Jul 04, 2014

Recorder

Lawsuit alleges family responsibility in the killing of two local teenagers

The mothers of two Amsterdam boys killed in 2012 are suing the parents and guardians of the convicted killers for more than $25,000 in punitive damages.

Comment?

Foster's Daily Democrat

Tip leads to arrest of a Fugitive of the Weeka

"Fugitive of the Week" Eddie Cepeda was arrested at in an Amsterdam, N.Y., apartment earlier this week.

Comment?

•••
•••
•••
•••
•••

Amsterdam Jobs