The vengeful storm that ripped apart the Pine Lake Campground last Saturday night lasted just a matter of minutes. But the horrific memories, ingrained images, and the lingering nightmares might last a lifetime for those who lived through it.
Cleanup is wrapping up in Caroga Lake, where a severe storm devastated a private campground and music festival. The storm tore through the area around 6 p.m. Saturday night. Strong winds took down many trees and power lines, knocking out phone service to the area.
Caroga Lake Fire Officials say several people have been injured after a severe storm tore through the Pine Lake RV Park and Campground in Caroga Lake, knocking down a number of trees and power lines in the process.
Rachael Mattice, the Johnstown woman accused of making up her own kidnapping is now facing new charges. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department announced Friday they’re charging Mattice with petit larceny for allegedly stealing from another person.
A piece of 9/11 history is now a permanent memorial at a local college. A 33-foot section of the communications spire from the World Trade Center was installed Monday morning at Fulton Montgomery Community College.
Union nurses at Nathan Littauer Hospital will be paid for days they lost in a messy lockout. NYSNA announced the agreement on Thursday morning. The nurses held a one-day strike in January, protesting two years with no contract.
The Johnstown Police Department is asking homeowners with video surveillance cameras outside their homes to check the footage on their cameras between midnight and 1 a.m. on July 6, for anything suspicious. Rachael has told police she was kidnapped, and dropped off in that area during that time.
A woman is dead after a fatal bike crash in Caroga over the weekend. The Fulton County Sheriff’s Department says Dale Boudry of Little Falls lost control of her bicycle near the Pinnacle Restaurant on State Highway 10.
Rachael Mattice has been found alive, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office confirmed to NewsChannel 13 early Wednesday. The 24-year-old Johnstown woman had been missing from Hamilton County since June 22.
After a four hour search, divers pulled the body of a 12-year old boy from the Great Sacandaga Lake in Mayfield Monday night around 8:00 PM. He was pronounced dead a short time later at Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville.
A reward is being offered for information that helps authorities find a missing Johnstown woman. The Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers are offering $2,000 for a tip that helps locate Rachael Mattice. She went missing from her family's camp in Hamilton County on June 22.
At least 90 people are searching the woods around Hamilton County, looking for a missing woman from Johnstown. As NewsChannel 13 has been reporting, Rachael Mattice was reported missing from her family's camp in Wells on Friday. She last spoke to her parents on Wednesday.
Authorities from several state and local agencies are actively searching right now for a missing woman from Johnstown. Rachael Mattice, 24, was last heard from Wednesday night. She was reported missing Friday.
Police are asking for the public's help in locating 16-year-old Brooke Bateholts. She was reported missing on Tuesday and last seen by a neighbor six days ago. Though she has communicated with family members via social media, she has not been seen.
There’s new information about bones found buried in a Fulton County gravel pit last December. Investigators now say the bones on Green Street in Ephratah belonged to an African-American woman in her late teens to mid to late 20s, who was 5 feet 1 inch to 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Gloversville police are just now releasing information about a home invasion that happened on May 16. A man at East Eighth Avenue near North Main and Helwig tells police he got a knock on his door and when he opened it, a man was there pointing a gun and demanding his wallet.
You may see a rush of police officers at Fulton-Montgomery Community College on Wednesday morning. Law officers say they will be training in the event there is a real active shooter at a school or business or public place.
A mother from Broadalbin is heading to jail for driving drunk with her 7-year-old child in the car. Beth Carson was sentenced to one-year in jail on Wednesday. She pleaded guilty in March to felony DWI.
Police say they conducted a drug raid Tuesday morning in Gloversville at the home at 7 Allen St. One neighbor described the police activity Tuesday morning by saying it "looks like the Army showed up."
It's been three months since the first medical marijuana dispensaries opened in New York. Some 2,000 people have purchased the drug and upwards of 500 doctors have gone through the required training to dispense it.