with Ken Tingley
For sometime I’ve been wrestling with what to do with the tone of letters to the editor. They just seem to be getting nastier.
with Michael Goot
The New York State Board of Regents this week recommended that the teaching of hands-only CPR and how to use automated external defibrillators become part of the school curriculum.
with Maury Thompson
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, received $28,500 in campaign contributions from House Republican colleagues in the first quarter, including contributions from two fellow freshmen, accor…
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.
Today the Save Lake George Partnership announced its latest undertaking, adopting an agreement to try to decrease roadsalt use throughout the watershed.
As a Shakespeare fan, I was excited to get a look at the Adirondack Shakespeare Festival's 2015 schedule.
I started this morning with an outside assignment, interviewing a National Grid crew as they installed new utility poles in South Glens Falls.
Counties around the region have enacted laws to allow sales of small, sparkler-type fireworks, but the process isn't going as easily in Warren County.