European Company Chooses Fulton County for Entree into the North American Market

When Spanish meat manufacturer Espuña wanted to expand its operations to North America in 2015, it chose Gloversville, New York as the best place for that expansion.

Live – Work – Play

Fulton County abounds in history, the arts, recreational opportunities, great places to be active, and affordable, housing. Here is just a small sample of what the county has to offer.

Need Water? Got Wastewater? Fulton County Is the Whey To Go!

Just as the waters of the Great Sacandaga Lake draw tourists to the area, the abundant water resources of Fulton County attract manufacturers. Water abounds in Gloversville, which has four reservoirs providing 710,000,000 gallons of storage capacity.

Never Underestimate The Power Of A Barber

The Fulton County Barber Shop is not just a place to get a haircut. It’s also a comfortable place to hang out with friends and a prime example of a young entrepreneur investing—and thriving—in the revitalization of downtown Gloversville.

Unrivaled Quality – It’s What We’re MADE of!

What started out as a local mom-and-pop canopy shop in Gloversville grew into a multinational corporation and one of the leading suppliers of recreational boating parts and aftermarket accessories to the marine industry.

Practical, Project-Based Learning

What do Humvees traversing Afghanistan’s rugged terrain have to do with students at Northville Central High School? Students assisted Johnstown manufacturer Electro-Metrics in the prototyping process for the vehicle’s antennae and a gun mount, right in the fabrication lab at their school, thereby playing an important part in providing this critical equipment to the United States military.

The Glove Theatre

While it was once the crown jewel of the Schine Brothers movie theater empire, the iconic Glove Theatre in Gloversville had become an eyesore for the city by the mid-1990s. In fact, the building was scheduled for demolition in 1995 so that the property it occupied could be turned into a parking lot.

Westmeadow Farm

Tom Vaughan intends to be the motivating force to bring farmers together to overcome what he describes as a food crisis in the United States, and he is doing it right here in Fulton County and neighboring Montgomery County.

Childcare Reimagined:

Fulton County resident and teacher Cheryl Curtis saw a gap in early childhood education in her community, so she decided to fill it.

Family Renovates Historic Store and Opens Chic New Restaurant

In the village of Northville, Fulton County’s gem on the shores of the Great Sacandaga Lake, people can enjoy the nostalgic experience of shopping at a 5 and 10 store and then step next door for a bite at a newly opened upscale eatery outfitted with the latest in health promoting UV-C lighting.