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More problems for Fulton County ambulance services
JOHNSTOWN — The acquisition of a 60-day certificate of need by the Greater Amsterdam Volunteer Ambulance Corps to provide emergency services to territories previously covered by the Ambulance Service of Fulton County has caused questions to arise over the Johnstown Area Volunteer Ambulance Corps’ op
Case of 'zombie deer disease' confirmed in New York state
ONEIDA COUNTY, N.Y. (WHEC) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a warning about "zombie deer disease" that affects deer, elk, and moose. As of January, 24 states have reported cases of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), according to the CDC, including a reported case in Oneida Co
Fulton County’s new Neighborhood Plan set
JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County’s $100,000 New Neighborhood Plan involving a school safety project included in the county’s 2019 Capital Plan was established by the Board of Supervisors Monday at the County Office Building.
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Lewis County young woman named New York State Dairy Princess
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A young woman from Lewis County was crowned this year's New York State Dairy Princess. Reegan Domagala received the honor Tuesday night at the Holiday Inn in Liverpool. She has served as the Lewis County Dairy Princess since the spring of 2018. She will now spend the next year promo
Fulton County asked to reconsider homelessness program
JOHNSTOWN — A public speaker on Monday asked the Fulton County Board of Supervisors to revisit the county’s non-action on a state request to have the county participate in a Continuum of Care program to create housing for the homeless.
Fulton County works to deal with first responder shortage
JOHNSTOWN, N.Y. (NEWS10) - In the past week, Fulton County lost one of its ambulance services because of financial issues. Now about 60 employees are left without a job. Since Friday, county administration has put together a plan to fill the gap.
Central New York’s Best Lent Fish Fries For 2019
Looking for a fish fry on a Friday in Utica, Rome, Syracuse, and the rest of Central New York during the Lent Season for 2019? Here's who we think has the best:. VFW Post 7393 of New York Mills is hosting a Fish Fry every Friday from February 22nd - April 26th from 4PM - 8PM on Garden Street in New
Tragic snowmobile death inspires new app to help others
JOHNSTOWN, N.Y.(NEWS10) - In 2016, Henry D. Ross III lost his life in a tragic snowmobile accident. In honor of his life, the Henry D. Ross III Memorial Fund Inc. created a Recreational GPS alert App.
Hearing on NY state's Climate and Community Protection Act to be held in New Paltz
NEW PALTZ, N.Y. — State lawmakers have scheduled a public hearing for March 1 on revisions to New York environmental law that seek to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Fulton County Weights & Measures Director gives review of time
JOHNSTOWN — Fulton County Weights and Measures Director James Callery presented a year-end review of his 2018 work to the Board of Supervisors’ Public Safety Committee recently at the County Office Building.
Supervisors give nod to leasing airport building
JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Board of Supervisors last week authorized a new lease for use of the county airport’s enterprise building. Supervisors approved a lease with John Eisler of Johnstown to lease the building for the “purposes of aviation activities, education, events …” The two-year lease
Fire at Rawlings Bat Company: second time within six months
DOLGEVILLE- For the second time in less than six months, Rawlings Bat Company in Dolgeville had a fire. Officials with the Dolgeville Fire Department said this one wasn't as big as the one that happened in September 2018.
Cuse Pit Crew offering $1,000 reward for information after dog found dead
FRANKFORT, HERKIMER COUNTY, N.Y. — A Syracuse dog rescue organization is offering a reward for information leading to an arrest of whoever left a pit bull for dead in Herkimer County.
Industrial Development Agency approves Century Linen & Uniform’s plan
JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton County Industrial Development Agency board last week approved an expansion project by Century Linen & Uniform, Inc., which requested a sales tax exemption.
Three Solar Farms Proposed For Our Area
UTICA, N.Y. - The three 20 megawatt facility will be around 100 acres in size each, one in Oneida County and two in Herkimer County. The energy generated by the farms will be put into existing National Grid transmission system. Permitting and construction negotiations are still ongoing in municipali
Broadalbin man catches massive pike on GSL
BROADALBIN — Marty Rebisz of Broadalbin said he has never caught anything this big before after grappling with a 42-inch, 19 pound pike Sunday on the Great Sacandaga Lake. Rebisz said he was ice fishing near the Broadalbin boat launch around 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10, when he snagged the large pike.
14-year-old girl missing from Ilion, police asking for public's help
ILION, N.Y. -- Police are looking for the public’s help locating a missing teenage girl from Ilion Monday. They say 14-year-old Izabelle Shibley was last seen in the village of Ilion around 4 p.m. on Sunday.
The one that didn’t get away
BROADALBIN — Cameron Oathout of Gloversville was elated when he submitted his 40 7/8-inch pike in the Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation annual ice fishing contest Saturday.
The latest surrounding the Manheim Business Park
DOLGEVILLE- A small group of people read a letter to Dolgeville Village Board members on Monday night worried about a meat processing plant moving into a new business park in Herkimer County, but county officials said the concern isn't necessary.