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Historian eyes update for web
The Fulton County Historian's Office will undergo a major update on its county web page in the next few months.
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Fulton Co. woman indicted on multiple charges after Oct. 2013 crash
JOHNSTOWN, N.Y. A Broadalbin woman was indicted on multiple charges after an October 2013 crash that killed a man.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Washington might have erred two times
It seems former Fulton County Historian Peter Betz is still after George Washington with his demeaning Feb. 24 article in The Leader-Herald titled, "George Washington's expenses and how we paid them."
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Leather handbags, wooden birdhouses, handmade scarves and pink ribbon breast cancer awareness cupcakes were among the many items being sold at Johnstown High School's seventh annual Spring Craft Fair on Saturday.
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 .
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Tannery site reuse project nearing completion
The final dirt-spreading portion of the multi-year redevelopment project at the former Karg Bros.
Johnstown man arrested on Grand Larceny charge
James Anderson was charged with one count of Grand Larceny for allegedly stealing a credit or debit card from a pocketbook while at Partner's Pub on South William Street in December 2013.
Johnstown man arrested for DWI
Randy Hollenbeck was arrested and charged with one count of Driving While Intoxicated and one count of Operating a Motor Vehicle while have .08 percent or more of Alcohol in his Blood on December 20, 2013 while driving on South Main Street in the City of Gloversvlle.
Police arrest man on assault charge
Ricky Mitchell was arrested and charged with one count of Assault in the Second Degree and one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child for intentionally causing physical harm to another person by means of a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument for striking is 15-year-old daughter with a belt and curtain rod causing physical injury to her back, ... (more)
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Kim William Douglas
He was born on May 14, 1959, and is the son of Nellie Douglas of Johnstown and the late Belden Douglas.
Customers pour into T.J. Maxx
A mix of "Maxxinistas" and curious customers braved sub-zero temperatures this morning to celebrate the grand opening of the new T.J. Maxx department store at the Johnstown Shopping Center.
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.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
District Attorney: Former officer admits to rape, resigns
SARATOGA COUNTY, N.Y. A former Johnstown Police Officer pleaded guilty in Fulton County Court to one count of rape Tuesday.
Bessie (Vasiliki) Julius
Bessie Julius, 90, of 134 E. Montgomery St., Johnstown, NY, peacefully passed away Sunday night March 2, 2014, at the Wells Nursing Home following a short illness.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
CRG eyes agricultural loan fund
The Fulton County Center for Regional Growth has been meeting with economic developers from two other counties to discuss establishment of an agriculture-related revolving loan fund for businesses.
Pine Brook owners aiming to build homes
The new owners of Pine Brook Golf Course say they will continue to operate the course and may build condos and town homes around it.
Back to the blackboard: P-TECH schools still in development
Computer chip manufacturer GlobalFoundries in Malta is among several companies in New York's Capital Region that are participating in a growing education program where the curriculum is focused more on hands-on learning.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
White Holland House to be demolished
The former restaurant, once known for its fresh turkey dinners from the turkeys raised on the property, will be demolished in an effort to make the property easier to sell, the owner says.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
County seeking trail fund extension
Fulton County's use of federal funding for the county Rail Trail system is set to expire Sept.