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Though North Country U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, has more cash on hand than all of her opponents combined, an environmental and town attorney from Saratoga has a sizable early lead on his fellow Democrats.
SCHUYLERVILLE — The upstate New York village where British forces laid down their arms after the Battles of Saratoga commemorated the surrender's 240th anniversary.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Tom Marino, President Donald Trump's nominee to be the nation's drug czar, is withdrawing from consideration following reports that he played a key role in weakening the federal government's authority to stop companies from distributing opioids.
Saratoga County has become the first local county to get in on the litigation against the makers of prescription opioid painkillers that have been blamed for fueling the heroin addiction crisis.
SCOTIA — Members of an Air National Guard unit based in upstate New York have departed for the 30th season of supporting U.S. scientific missions at the South Pole.
MIDDLEBURGH — A nonprofit preservation group is donating a mountain in the Schoharie Valley to New York state.
RUTLAND, Vt. — A Vermont cabbie is angry after being cited for having a sword.
FORT ANN — A woman from Niagara Falls was arrested Saturday afternoon after she allegedly smuggled synthetic marijuana into Great Meadow Correctional Facility, police records show.
SCHENECTADY — Authorities in New York say they've used DNA technology to link the mid-1990s slayings of two prostitutes to a man who committed suicide in prison.
ALBANY — A New York lawmaker says the state should refuse to grant tax credits to companies who fail to address repeated problems of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Serious crime has dropped by nearly 50 percent in Washington County over the past five years, with decreases in each of those past five years, but neighboring Warren and Essex counties both saw increases last year.
Kids, woman hurt in bounce house
MINERVA — The state Comptroller’s Office found a lack of financial control in a number of areas that led to the former clerk to the Minerva town supervisor stealing tens of thousands of dollars, according to an audit released recently.