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Decision expected in ice cream battle
Josh Malatino and Amanda Scott operate "Sno-Kone-Joe's ice cream truck, and are asking a state Supreme Court judge to force city officials in Gloversville to give them back their operating permit.
Thu May 23, 2013
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.
County plans demolition of properties
The Board of Supervisors referred the parcels to the county Demolition Team for razing under the county's Operation Green Scene program.
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.
Investigators look for cause of Gloversville fire
The city Fire Department responded to a structure fire Wednesday night at a single-family dwelling at 93 Prospect Ave.
Happy Moving-In Day, Mohawk Harvest
Chris Curro, manager of Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market, sent the following announcement in an email to co-op members marking today as the two-year anniversary of the co-op's move into its present location.
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.
Tue May 21, 2013
Gloversville man accused of assaulting 3-year-old
A Gloversville man has been arrested for allegedly causing injuries to his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter over an extended period of time.
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.
School budgets, candidates head to voters
"The promise we made is to do our best," said Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services Superintendent Patrick Michel, who oversees local districts.
Mon May 20, 2013
She was born in the Bronx on January 20, 1918, a daughter of Frank and Angelina Capazolla Rizzo and was a 1935 graduate of James Monroe High School.
Unfinished work on BOE
I am running for a second term on the Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education as we have unfinished business and wanted to share some details.
Harold C. Podschelne
Mr. Harold C. "Cliff" Podschelne, age 90, of Gloversville, died peacefully on Friday, May 17, 2013, at Albany Medical Center with his family at his side.
GOP names Smith Woman of the Year
The Women's Republican Club of Fulton County has named Karen S. Smith of Gloversville as its GOP Woman of the Year.
Sun May 19, 2013
Districts begin merging food service
The Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education on Tuesday took the first formal steps toward combining the district's food-service program with a similar program run by the Greater Johnstown School District.
Shelter group marks first year running Gloversville annex
Duke, a two-and-a-half-year-old pit-bull mix, was found abandoned, partially blinded in one eye from abuse in October 2012.
Keeping the Beat: Q & A with drummer Mike Porter
Mike Porter of Gloversville is a musician who has found success in performing in bands.
Wed May 15, 2013
Sno Kone Joe: 'Who's harassing who?'
Sno Kone Joe owners and operators 21-year-old Amanda Scott and her boyfriend 34-year-old Josh Malatino, both of Gloversville, are suing the city after they refused to reinstate their permit after it was terminated last week.
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.
Dugout Club, Huskies - go to bat' for kid
The proceeds from this year's tournament are going to McKrae Lynn Evans, the daughter of Amanda and Michael Evans.