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  1. Holiday Open House at Johnson Hall State Historic Site is Dec. 1Read the original story

    Wednesday | Recorder

    In conjunction with the city of Johnstown's Colonial Stroll holiday activities, Johnson Hall State Historic Site will hold a Holiday Open House on Friday, Dec. 1, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. The hall will be decorated for the holiday season and will feature live 18th century music performed by Liaison Plaisantes in the second floor hall. Mulled cider and ginger cookies will be served at the Slave Quarters fireplace.

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  2. Glove Cities first responders honored for actions during Oct. 20 fireRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 19 | Recorder

    A standing ovation echoed through City Hall last week as more than 16 first responders were honored for their exceptional actions in preventing a tragedy during an Oct. 20 house fire. A crowd gathered in the Common Council Chambers on Tuesday as council members, Mayor Dayton King, Gloversville Fire Chief Thomas Groff, Gloversville Police Chief Marc Porter, Police Capt.

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  3. Legislators speak out about state business climateRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Recorder

    Three legislators, Sen. George Amedore, Assemblyman Marc Butler and Sen. James Tedisco, addressed five major concerns of the business community while at the breakfast table Thursday morning. More than 100 area residents, business owners, and officials gathered Thursday during a Legislative Breakfast hosted by the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce's Governmental Affairs Committee at the The Bridge Walk in Perth.

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  4. Sheriff: Johnstown corrections sergeant charged with making terroristic threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Recorder

    The Fulton County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday arrested a Town of Johnstown man and charged him with making a terroristic threat, a class D felony. According to a release, Eric D. Sweet, 47, of 347 W. State St. Ext., who is a Fulton County corrections sergeant, was arrested after an investigation based on remarks he allegedly made at the Fulton County Correctional Facility on Nov. 10. Sweet allegedly stated he would go into the facilities control room, get a secured weapon and shoot the control room officer.

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  5. Area news in briefRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 12 | Recorder

    One Church Street, the site of the previous YMCA in Johnstown, is serving as the regional drop-off location for Operation Christmas Child today until Monday, Nov. 20. All collection times will be 1 to 4 p.m., with the exception of Friday, Nov. 17, which will be 3:30 to 7 P.M. One Church Street, which is owned by St. John's Episcopal Church in Johnstown, is named for its location, which is found one block north of Main Street in Johnstown at the corner of Church Street and North Market Street. Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan's Purse.

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  6. Johnstown's Peck Hill State Forest gets $390,000 in improvementsRead the original story

    Friday Nov 10 | Recorder

    The New York Department of Environmental Conservation, local officials and area residents gathered Wednesday at the Willie Wildlife Marsh Interpretive Trail in Peck Hill State Forest to celebrate the completion of $390,000 in improvements. According to a DEC release, the trail now has three boardwalks totaling 600 feet, a new .4 mile wheelchair accessible trail leading to a viewing platform, a picnic area with a bathroom, and a complete rehabilitation of the 1.5 mile foot trail.

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  7. Mayfield's Relyea, Johnstown's Sarullo set for state meet challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 7 | Recorder

    As she lapped the Amsterdam High School track Tuesday afternoon in lock step with Amsterdam's Olivia Lazarou and Johnstown's Julia Sarullo, Mayfield High School freshman Madison Relyea suddenly found herself with two more female teammates than she's had all year. It's been a solo act this year for Relyea, Mayfield's lone varsity female cross country runner, and while she certainly wouldn't mind a few teammates - though she does practice alongside the Mayfield boys team - the situation hasn't deterred her from a second consecutive brilliant season.

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  8. Sandra L. BondRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 2 | Recorder

    Born on March 28, 1948, she was the daughter of Doris Minch and William Dufel. Sandra was a graduate of the Fonda-Fultonville High School Class of 1966.

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  9. Candidates for 21st Congressional District to speak at Nov. 18 luncheonRead the original story

    Monday Nov 6 | Recorder

    Women Democrats and friends, men as well as women, are invited to attend the Annual Luncheon at the Holiday Inn at noon on Saturday, Nov. 18. Democratic candidates for the 21st Congressional District including Patrick Nelson, Emily Martz, Don Boyajian, Tedra Cobb and Katie Wilson will be speaking at the luncheon. The newest Democratic candidate, Tanya Boone of Granville has also been invited to attend.

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  10. Campaign addresses need for foster families in upstateRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 5 | Recorder

    Northern Rivers Family of Services, a local foster care agency associated with Parsons Child & Family Center and Northeast Parent & Child Society, has launched a new campaign to educate adults and potential families who would like to care for children. The campaign, titled "Give Hope a Home," aims to address a need for foster families in 19 upstate counties, including Montgomery and Fulton.

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  11. Allan F. Seeley Sr.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 30 | Recorder

    Allan F. Seeley Sr., age 60, of St. Johnsville, passed away on Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, at the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, with his loving family by his side. He was born on October 25, 1957 in Little Falls, a son of the late Frederick William Seeley and Elizabeth Showerman Seeley of St. Johnsville, who survives.

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  12. Microtel, Chalmers among Mohawk Valley REDC projectsRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 31 | Recorder

    A pair of key economic development projects in Amsterdam were identified as priority projects for the Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council, a promising sign for state funding, according to local officials. The Mohawk Valley REDC 2017 Progress Report outlines progress on funded projects through the state's consolidated funding application process, as well as priority projects slated to receive state funding through the seventh round of the REDC initiative.

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  13. Local Aauw members attend District IV Aauw ConferenceRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 29 | Recorder

    Amsterdam-Gloversville-Johnstown AAUW members attended the NY State District IV Conference at the Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory. Pictured left to right: Linda Hammond, Nancy Peck, NYS AAUW President Roli Wendorf, Liz Russo and Ella Ryder.

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  14. Lady Pats advance to semisRead the original story

    Friday Oct 27 | Recorder

    Cassy Brown tallied eight kills, six service points and three blocks and Sydney Rogers added 20 service points and eight digs to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a 3-0 victory over Emma Willard in a Section II Class B quarterfinal volleyball match on Friday. B-P won by scores of 25-6, 25-5, 25-10.

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  15. Glen Ridge set up for final action of the area racing season tonightRead the original story

    Friday Oct 27 | Recorder

    The mild fall weather has helped to extend the local racing season for one more night, as Glen Ridge Motorsports Park will provide a full card of action tonight. Gates will open one hour early, pit gates at 2:30 p.m. and grandstands at 3 p.m., warm ups start at 4:30 before racing starts at 5. Costumes are optional, but encouraged for those attending tonight.

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  16. Plenty of ways to celebrate HalloweenRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 25 | Recorder

    With October 31 just around the corner, area residents are looking for ways to get in the spirit of the season, and plenty of opportunities abound. Each municipality throughout Fulton County hosts its own trick-or-treating schedule, so check with town officials or recreation department to find out more information.

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  17. Elizabeth M. KaneRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 25 | Recorder

    Mrs. Elizabeth M. Kane, 79, of Washington Street, Johnstown, N.Y., died, Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, at Ellis Hospital in Schenectady, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on June 21, 1938, and was the daughter of Howard and Dorothy May. She had been a resident of the Johnstown area since 1975, previously residing in Nelliston.

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  18. County recognizes individuals; tables fund transfer for coronerRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 24 | Recorder

    Jayson Hulbert a Fonda-Fultonville Middle School student was recognized for his $750 donation to the Ayres Memorial Animal Hospital in Sprakers. "He spent a portion of his summer selling homemade cookies and fresh squeezed lemonade at a stand at the Rail Side Cafe in Johnstown," Headwell said.

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  19. Johnstown teen attends LA premiere of Demi Lovato documentaryRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 24 | Recorder

    The Fulton-Montgomery Community College student won a contest and on Oct. 11 attended the red carpet premiere of Lovato's new documentary "Simply Complicated" at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles. "It was on Twitter two days before the event," Miller said.

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  20. Kevin J. HentnikRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2017 | Recorder

    Kevin J. Hentnik, 56 of Beecher Street, Syracuse, N.Y., died Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, at the University Hospital, in Syracuse, N.Y. with his loving children by his side. Kevin was born in Amsterdam, N.Y. on Nov. 6, 1960.

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