For some students at the Adirondack Academy near Johnstown, Gloversville residents concerned with the “alternative” middle and high school moving to their neighborhood are the latest in a long line of doubters.
As nurses and supporters from across the state rally in Albany this morning to push for safe staffing levels, nurses at Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville are preparing to meet management in another round of bargaining on March 3.
In the second year of its New Neighborhood program, Fulton County is planning to install three license-plate reading cameras at “key intersections” around the county to help track vehicles in criminal investigations.
Although the Gloversville Senior Center fell far short of the $100,000 fundraising goal it set last month, its leaders say it has raised enough to stay open for the near future while it builds a more sustainable financial model.
The 2016 State of Fulton County address, held Friday morning in Johnstown, delivered a very clear message before Administrative Officer Jon Stead even opened his mouth: This year will be about positivity.
The city of Gloversville is re-examining the role of fluoride in its drinking water after a possible deal to sell water to the city of Johnstown has been held up by a 1999 ordinance that prevents Johnstown from using fluoride in its water supply.
Leaders in the city of Gloversville are hoping to recover the stained-glass windows removed from a vacant church in the city, as well as some fines and back taxes, after a meeting with the property owners Tuesday night.
A former NBT Bank building on Gloversville’s North Main Street has a new owner this month, nearly a year after a plan to convert it into a rehabilitation clinic sparked public backlash that ultimately doomed the proposal.
Gloversville school officials plan to unveil to the public four options for reorganizing the district’s schools at a public meeting Monday night. The meeting will be at 6:30 at the Boulevard Elementary School.
Registered nurses returned to work at Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville this morning after five days on the picket lines as the nurses’ union and management continue to spar over contract negotiations.