Cradle to Career: Workforce Focus

Fulton County takes workforce development seriously in order to meet the current as well as future needs of area employers and those seeking to do business in the county. To that end, the Fulton County Center for Regional Growth facilitated bringing Expertise Project to Northville High School in 2021.

Revitalization Gets By

In December 2021, New York State awarded the City of Gloversville a $10 million grant as part of the state’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI). Although some might view this as the pièce de résistance, it was, according to city officials, just one more part of a carefully orchestrated plan to bring a renaissance to this upstate community.

2023 Initiatives Guide to Fulton County

The 2023 Initiatives Guide to Fulton County is an exceptional resource to discover the region’s current business community. Fulton county is an all-in-one beautiful affordable and easily accessible location.

Linda Finch: Painting the Town

Linda Finch of Northville is a versatile artist. Her latest works speak not only to art, but to the history of the region in which she lives.

A Start-Up Ecosystem

The business climate and culture of Gloversville and other Fulton County cities and towns is one of cooperation, support, and collaboration. Business owners routinely network and team up to help each other’s business.

When you need it, they make it.

That level of service, expertise, and quality has kept Broadalbin Manufacturing’s business strong for the past 51 years. The company has a reputation for its...

Agenda – March 24, 2023

Agenda CRG Board of Directors Meeting

Family and friends foster business opportunities in Fulton County

The connections between family and friends create a supportive atmosphere that allows small-business enterprises to thrive.

Empowering People & Nurturing a Community

The Arc Lexington is one of Fulton County’s largest employers, providing 1,300 jobs in the county and another 500 in neighboring Schoharie and Albany Counties.

Feeding the Economy with a Family Flair

Gaetano, his siblings, and his cousins are the fourth generation of the Lanzi family to work in the restaurant business. From talking to Gaetano, they wouldn’t have it any other way. “I wouldn’t want to be working with anybody else but my family,” he said. “That’s what makes us stronger than most,” he said, noting that a fourth-generation restaurant business is a rarity. “Most people either sell out or fail, but we keep expanding as our family grows.”