16 hrs ago
Sectional track meets rescheduled
Today's Section II Group 2 co-ed track and field championships have been postponed due to anticipated severe weather conditions.
21 hrs ago
City, town aim to study development issues
The city and the town of Johnstown have struggled in recent years to come to terms on some of the possible commercial developments along their shared borders.
Wed May 22, 2013
Students get schooled by police
The city Police Department received four youthful helping hands the last two weeks, assisted at the station by two HFM BOCES criminal justice students.
Johnstown man accused of forcibly touching young girls
The Johnstown Police Department has arrested a man for allegedly forcibly touching three young girls under the age of 10.
Mon May 20, 2013
County to pay Walmart refund
The Fulton County Board of Supervisors has authorized a $14,800 refund to Walmart for overpayment of taxes on its town of Johnstown store property this year.
Sun May 19, 2013
Peter Betz has provided a great service as Fulton County historian. The former Fulton-Montgomery Community College educator is highly respected and appreciated.
Johnson Joggers mix fitness and history
For runners in the Second Annual Johnson Jog, starting the race near Johnson Hall was a simple matter of ready, set ... Boom! The race began Saturday morning with the firing of an 18th century swivel gun, basically a large musket mounted like a miniature cannon on an iron swivel - a weapon of the type Sir William Johnson had to guard his baronial ... (more)
Damage from 2011 storm still being felt
Buckets and bowls are stacked in a corner of Ron and Linda Potwin's living room, ready to catch rainwater from a leaking roof.
Thu May 16, 2013
Hodgson Russ is latest law firm moving to Saratoga County
"We would not relocate from Johnstown to Saratoga if we didn't think we were going to be hiring," says Mario Papa, managing partner of Hodgson Russ' new Saratoga Springs office.
Wed May 15, 2013
Local woman with cancer gene shares her story
Angelina Jolie announced to the world that she's undergone a double mastectomy, after a test revealed she carried a gene mutation that sharply increased her risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer.
Tue May 14, 2013
Woman files lawsuit against district BOE
A Johnstown woman on Monday filed a civil lawsuit against the Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education for negligence stemming from an incident last summer at Darling Field.
Man who brought gun in Gloversville shooting gets prison term
A New Hampshire man who provided the firearm used in a Gloversville apartment shooting a year ago was sentenced Friday in Fulton County Court to state prison.
Sewer, water idea moving ahead
The Fulton County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to seek proposals to study the possible consolidation of municipal water and sewer services in the county.
Mon May 13, 2013
Committee gives green light to car show
Fulton County officials are entertaining a request for a car and truck show to benefit the Sheriff's Department K-9 program June 21 on the grounds of the county highway department.
Sun May 12, 2013
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Church rises from its ruins
Rev. Bonnie Orth in the sanctuary of the newly rebuilt Mayfield Presbyterian Church in Mayfield, NY Tuesday May 7, 2013.
Sat May 11, 2013
Man had sexual contact with teen, police say
A 61-year-old summer-league softball coach will be sentenced to six years of supervised probation after having sexual contact with a 15-year-old former player, authorities said.
Fri May 10, 2013
Northville man accused of fraud
A Northville man was charged by city police Wednesday with felony grand larceny, accused of frauding the U.S. Social Security Administration out of more than $18,000 when he lived in Johnstown.
Sno Kone Joe case has 4-year history
The city Police Department, in court documents filed Wednesday, described a history of incidents involving the pair of Sno Kone Joe operators dating back to 2009.
Thu May 09, 2013
Planning board worries efforts being duplicated
City Planning Board members are concerned area business groups might be duplicating planning efforts they are trying to achieve, at least with downtown Johnstown merchants.