with Ken Tingley
The Travers at Saratoga is always a big race, but with Triple Crown winner American Pharaoh running, it was especially memorable.
with Michael Goot
Oral arguments will be held in New York Supreme Court Tuesday on a motion by the teachers unions to dismiss a lawsuit seeking removal of tenure protections.
with Maury Thompson
This is the latest in a series of posts about the 1916 presidential election between incumbent Democrat Woodrow Wilson and Republican challenger Charles Evans Hughes, a Glens Falls native, as …
with Scott Donnelly
Spirit Halloween Inc. is giving new meaning to seasonal creep with its store on Route 9 in Queensbury, just north of the Million Dollar Half Mile, opening about a week earlier this year than i…
I thought the Lake George Historical Association event Wednesday at the museum at the old courthouse was fascinating.
When last we left this blog two weeks ago, I was looking forward to a couple of big local concerts.
Queensbury Tire Inc. on Route 9 has closed, with a sign on one of the business' front windows saying it is "out of business."
The mayor of Schuylerville picked a crossing guard last night. He picked a new cleaner, too, at $25 an hour.