Every once in a while, I have to take a dip in the refreshing, silly, brilliant prose of P.G. Wodehouse, which I did most recently with "The Luck of the Bodkins," first published in 1935. The complicated but beautifully realized story takes place mostly on board a cruise ship, steaming from …

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GLENS FALLS — The Adirondack Thunder made two roster moves Monday, signing defenseman Ryan Segalla to a standard player contract and trading defenseman Nick Trecapelli to the Indy Fuel for future considerations.

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If you pay attention to other media sites around the state, you may have noticed that a long-closed local bridge has become the focus of those advocating for a change to state law to create a "land bank" for municipalities.

I used to spend a week calling and emailing coaches to get the low-down on who's going to be seeded where for the Section II tournament. So an admission here: I've done none of that. All of my time this week has gone into covering games, putting out the sports section and trying to hire a ne…

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I am enjoying my new focus on city issues. This was the first week that I have not written any education-related stories, so I have officially cut the cord. This beat offers a different dynamic since even though the players are different in the various districts, there are always the same is…

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Glens Falls Mayor Jack Diamond told The Glens Falls Chronicle in recent days that the city will have nearly $4 million in its reserve fund by the end of the year.

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Most of us who have spent a lot of time in the woods have come across what we suspect to be "bait" piles, most of the time designed to attract deer or sometimes bear to waiting hunters. I've come across piles of corn a few times on wood lines, but I've never seen anything as overt as donuts …