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New York State Police say they arrested Justin Rizzio, 28, after a neighbor observed Rizzio allegedly attempting to use a ladder to gain entry into a residence.
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The Albany Roman Catholic Diocese's former St. Anthony's Church buildings on Nicholas Street were sold Tuesday for $75,000 to a Gloversville couple, who will start a new ministry.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Gloversville native Richard Russo will speak at a dinner and fundraiser in honor of Leo and Virginia Hallenbeck at the Holiday Inn on Route 30A on July 26 at 6 p.m. Leo Hallenbeck was a Gloversville teacher and coach, guidance counselor and former city councilman.
The Fulton County Solid Waste Department's Demolition Team this week was finishing the second of two major projects benefiting the county and Gloversville.
As Fulton County tries to improve water services, our local governments should take the ideas seriously and review the proposals closely.
The Gloversville Parade Committee would like to thank all the parade and program participants.
Beverly K. Andreano, 87, of County Highway 126, Amsterdam, died Tuesday afternoon, July 8, 2014, at home surrounded by her loving family.
Sixth Ward Councilman Wrandy Siarkowski told Mayor Dayton King during a council meeting Tuesday he should resign if he's dissatisfied with the mayoral salary and cannot work full time as mayor.
Fulton County government this year and next is spending more than $400,000 to replace leaky roofs at two of its highly-used buildings from the 1990s that are showing signs of aging.
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.
The city ethics committee reviewed the mayor's second job as an insurance account manager and found no conflict of interest, the committee's chairwoman said.
Dick was born in Gloversville, N.Y. on Sept. 29, 1935. His parents, Alice and Robert Knapp are both deceased.
An audit found the Gloversville Public Library's internal controls over its claims audit process was not appropriately designed to protect and account for library's assets, the state Comptroller's Office said.
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 09:46 am
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