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Peter Betz has provided a great service as Fulton County historian. The former Fulton-Montgomery Community College educator is highly respected and appreciated.
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Keeping the Beat: Q & A with drummer Mike Porter
Mike Porter of Gloversville is a musician who has found success in performing in bands.
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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.
Wed May 15, 2013
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Fulton County Historian charged with stealing DA's coffee pot
Many of us couldn't imagine a morning without a nice cup of coffee, but just how far would you go to satisfy that craving? Well, police say the Fulton County Historian went a little too far.
Tue May 14, 2013
Councilwoman invites town officials to meeting May 22
A Gloversville councilwoman Monday invited Town Board members to a meeting as a way to increase the cooperation between the two municipalities.
Family fun day' resolution pulled
The Fulton County Board of Supervisors on Monday was going to consider a request by embattled Sno Kone Joe ice cream truck operator Joshua Malatino to conduct a "family fun day" Aug.
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.
Lawsuit may silence music festival in Northampton
A lawsuit has been filed by the town against a woman who wants to host a music festival at her local horse ranch and rescue.
Deputies: Woman left children in...
A Mayfield woman was charged by Fulton County sheriff's deputies Wednesday after authorities said she left three small children unattended in her vehicle at the Department of Social Services building.
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
Cleanup program set for next week
MAYFIELD?- The town and village - along with the Fulton County Department of Solid Waste - will co-sponsor a drop-off cleanup program on Thursday, Friday and May 18 at the Town Barn.
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
Police: County historian stole c...
Fulton County Historian Peter C. Betz stole a Keurig coffee maker from the county office building where he works and replaced it with another one, city police said.
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.
Gloversville tops list of highest tax rates
City property owners pay the highest tax rate found in any city in the state, according to a report by the Empire Center for New York State Policy.
Share ideas at meeting
A group of concerned citizens recently met to discuss ideas for change in Fulton County.
Finished Rail Trail would benefi...
The Johnstown Common Council on May 20 is expected to decide on whether to approve $145,900 worth of design work by an Albany engineering firm to improve the city's portion of the trail.
Wed May 08, 2013
Looking Back - 05/09/2013
Scholastic Art Exhibit: Art award winners from Canajoharie High School who participated in the Eighth Annual Scholastic Art Exhibit the second week of May, 1973, pictured above, from left, are Cathy Weber, Pat Blake and Amy Eckler, first, second and third place awards, and Kris Fredericksen, second place award winner for Best of Show.
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Ice cream truck driver back in court
The owner of a Fulton County ice cream truck arrested last week after allegedly harassing her competition was back in court.