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with Ken Tingley
Maury Thompson was one of our first bloggers. His “All politics is local” blog was one of our early success stories online. It continues to be a great source of information for anyone followin…
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with Michael Goot
Local legislators on Wednesday spotlighted two education bills that address reforming teacher and principal evaluations and criminalizing sexual relationships between students and teachers.
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with Maury Thompson
U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson, R-Kinderhook, on Thursday announced the House Energy and Commerce Committee attached Lyme disease legislation he introduced to a broader bill the committee approved to …
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with Scott Donnelly
If you’ve never heard of Which Wich, that’s understandable. The sandwich/salad restaurant chain is based in Dallas, Texas, and it has just two stores in the Northeast – in New Jersey, accordin…
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The new Charles R. Wood Park festival space has gotten a lot of ink ahead of this summer, but the calendar for Shepard Park is also packed. The lakeside stage is booked 52 out of 62 days durin…
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One of those sage pieces of advice every journalist gets from at least one of his mentors is the reminder that while every news day is different, there is a pattern to every news year.
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I met with Bill Harris Wednesday morning to talk about the Veterans’ Monument in Thomson.
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Did you know that causing more than $250 worth of damage is a felony in New York, but pointing a gun at someone is a misdemeanor?
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Opinion
with Will Doolittle
A border patrol situation that a woman recorded, I assume on her cellphone, has been posted at various places on the Internet. It's a shocking and discouraging thing to watch -- shocking becau…
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Community
with Julie Dowd and Martha Petteys
Happy Birthday, biker boy!
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Arts / Life
with Doug Gruse
NBC News reports that a “pollen tsunami” has arrived in the Northeast.
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with Angelia Abbott
Kaiser Permanente’s Division of Research posted information from a recent study that found women who had been diagnosed with breast cancer were 30 percent less likely to see a return of the di…
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Sports
with Don Lehman
I'm taking a few days off this week to hit some of our area trout streams, and I'm finding water levels that are as low as summer levels in most places.
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with Diana C. Nearhos
Gord Dineen made the playoffs in his first year as an AHL head coach, but that wasn’t enough to save him from the Toronto Maple Leafs’ sweeping “organizational shift.”
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Photography
“Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat? Wheeeere?  I can’t  stand where?  First three songs? Whaaaaaaat? “
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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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I received quite the pleasant call from Burnt Hills coach Gary Bynon yesterday. He was letting me know about the quality event that Lake George High School will be hosting next weekend, featur…
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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
Player of the Year: Joel Wincowski, Sr., G, Lake George. 33.0 ppg, led team in rebounds and assists. Class C State Player of Year. Class C State Tournament MVP. Finished career as the state's …
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The New York State Sportswriters' Association released its girls basketball all-state team today and it included high honors for several girls in Section II, but especially in our area.
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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 Will Springstead
Throwback Thursday, nothing! This day was Throwdown Thursday, as six of our 11 local teams won games (and that's counting Greenwich/Hoosic Valley as a loss since Greenwich is one of our teams …
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with Pete Tobey
Here's some things I gleaned from the Section II Softball Tournament pairings meeting for each class:
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