Mar 22

Fonda buildings become history Written By: Michelle Monroe ST. ALBANS CITY — The buildings at former Fonda paper products plant site have been taken down and now meticulous cleanup work will begin, according to St. Albans City Director of Planning Chip Sawyer.  “It’s coming along really well,” said Sawyer of the demolition that’s taking place […]

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Sep 05

Daniels went down to Fonda Concert among events at fair September 5, 2010 By AMANDA WHISTLE, The Leader-Herald FONDA, NY – With the stroke of a bow on a fiddle, a crowd in the sold-out arena at the 169th Fonda Fair knew what Charlie Daniels was going to play next. The unmistakable notes followed by […]

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Jul 21

Church to be Demolished to Expand Store WNYT-TV, Albany, NY – 07/20/2010 – Subrina Dhammi Fonda, NY – For the first time in about 170 years, there will no longer be a place of worship at 42 W. Main Street in Fonda.  In 1842, a group of methodists built a small wooden church at that […]

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Feb 10

Fonda Begins Neighborhood Watch February 9, 2010 By Amanda Whistle, The Leader-Herald Fonda, NY – The village is a relatively safe place, according to Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputy Paul Krug.  Krug and village neighborhood watch coordinator Mark Scott want to keep it that way.  The two organizers hosted the first neighborhood watch meeting in the […]

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Feb 05

Gotta be “Fonda” the Tigers Wednesday, November 11, 2009 – Herb Smith – Democrat Argus Caruthersville, MO — Something had to give going into Monday night’s second-round playoff game between the Caruthersville Tigers (10-2) and Crystal City (7-5) at Hopke Field.  The Hornets came in averaging 46 points per game in its last four contests, […]

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