Glens Falls Police Chief Tony Lydon believes that if his officers worked a 12-hour shift instead of the traditional 8 hours, he would be able to retain more staff and save the city money.
John Strough is a hard-working supervisor who occasionally fails to keep his fellow board members as informed as he should.
It was especially gratifying to hear both Tim Brewer and Jennifer Switzer come out against the political antics we have seen in the town over the past few months. Both said they did not approve of the town attorney being involved in party politics and believe the Town Board should review whe…
Since Hal Bain informed us he was not running for office and would not serve, the only question the editorial board had was whether Tony Metivier was worthy of the endorsement.
We want every member of the Queensbury Town Board to protest actions he or she becomes aware of and considers unethical, every time.
Todd Kusnierz is now in his fourth four-year term on the Moreau Town Board. He also has worked for state Sen. Patty Ritchie since 2011 in various capacities, including as her chief of staff. He knows politics and he knows the issues, both on a state and local level. That practical knowledge …
To be the supervisor of the town of Lake George, you need a unique and varied skill set.
While vacationing last winter, Dan Hall picked up Jonathan F.P. Rose’s book, “The Well-Tempered City.”
In the past year, we have seen endless arguments, echoing across the internet and network news studios, about what is true and what is false, which stories are well-sourced and verifiable and which are tantamount to gossip.
When Phil Nicholas heard that the Easton Town Board was considering making the highway superintendent an appointed position, he was concerned.
Evera “Sue” Clary, mother of five adult children, grandmother of six, wants a future that might bring her children and grandchildren home.
Peter Olesheski brings a strong professional background as an environmental educator and a strong political background as a five-year member of the Town Board to his campaign for Johnsburg supervisor. Olesheski is still a young man, but he has been working for Warren County for 16 years. He …
Social Services is a big, expensive department and it’s one that Warren County supervisors have struggled for years to oversee.
Voters in Glens Falls’ First Ward have a chance to go in one of two very different directions as they choose their representative in Warren County for the next two years.
It’s bad enough that Queensbury Councilman Doug Irish and Town Attorney John Aspland were regularly using their official email accounts to conduct Republican Party business.
Robin Barkenhagen hands out a card that lists his platform for the councilor-at-large seat on the Glens Falls Common Council:
Ben Lapham finds the meetings of the Glens Falls Common Council “perfunctory” and suggests the unity ticket being promoted by three Republicans and three Democrats now on the board is not a good thing.
Third-Ward voters in Glens Falls have two good choices as they select their Common Council representative for the next four years.