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with Ken Tingley
It’s not unusual for readers to believe that their hometown newspaper is subpar.
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with Michael Goot
Sorry for not blogging a lot this week. I’ve been tied up in school budget previews. I’m about halfway there.
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with Maury Thompson
Former Gov. David Paterson opened his speech at the Glens Falls NAACP branch gala tonight by talking about "Saturday Night Live."
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with Scott Donnelly
The story early this month about The Algonquin Restaurant’s new Hacker-Craft Bar prompted some feedback about options for anyone who wants a similar nautical theme for their personal recreation space.
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Sometimes stories about planning and policy documents can be pretty dry. Not so in the town of Lake George.
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As a Shakespeare fan, I was excited to get a look at the Adirondack Shakespeare Festival's 2015 schedule.
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I started this morning with an outside assignment, interviewing a National Grid crew as they installed new utility poles in South Glens Falls.
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We get a lot of calls these days from people who got in trouble years ago and want to have articles about their travails removed from our website.
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Opinion
with Will Doolittle
A reader who supports buskers, as I do, and wants more of them to come to Glens Falls, as I do, wrote me an email to say she had heard that city police tell street performers to move along, an…
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Community
with Julie Dowd and Martha Petteys
I truly live in a house full of geeks.
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Arts / Life
with Doug Gruse
I had fun watching a group of pre-teens use their creativity and problem-solving skills on Thursday to transform recyclables into “marble mazes” at Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls. Chec…
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with Angelia Abbott
Recently, an old-friend of mine was diagnosed with breast cancer. Prior to and after her diagnosis she reached out to me with questions and concerns. I was happy to listen and give my take on …
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Sports
with Don Lehman
The state Department of Environmental Conservation is looking for the public's help taking water samples on area rivers and streams to assess the health of waterways.
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with Diana C. Nearhos
Eleven black aces and a few extras are headed to Calgary.
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Photography
Stop the Popping and Locking, already, my brain is shaking. I never Popped or Locked in my life.. although it did look healthy, I mean hip.
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Fall Sports
with Will Springstead
Stillwater senior forward Ian Cepiel, who broke the Section II single-season scoring record this fall, has decided to attend Oneonta State next fall.
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with Greg Brownell
Being a pack rat turned out to be a good thing today.
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with Brett Hudson
Here's the 2014 Post-Star Volleyball All-Star Team as seen in today's paper. Below the team you'll find a little explanation on some of the picks.
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with Pete Tobey
The 2015 Section II high school football schedules are out -- finally -- and I have posted the schedules for local teams in the greater Glens Falls area.
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Winter Sports
with Will Springstead
Queensbury's Keeghan O'Leary and Glens Falls' Joseph Girard III were named to the Class A All-State Team on Thursday.
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with Brett Hudson
We're finally here, putting an official wrap on the girls basketball season with the release of our area all-star team. Listed below is the team in its entirety -- Player and Coach of the Year…
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with Pete Tobey
Saratoga Springs placed two wrestlers on the Suburban Council All-Star team.
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Spring Sports
with Brett Hudson
Every Sunday here on the blog, I'm going to recognize some of the players that had good weeks for their teams by ranking them from 5 stars - the best - to 1 star, with some honorable mentions.…
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with Pete Tobey
I'm on vacation this week, but here's a few thoughts from the last week of high school softball season in the greater Glens Falls area:
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