Queensbury's Bayley Duffy scored the winning goal in OT Wednesday to lift the Spartans to a 2-1 ice hockey victory over the Rivermen.
QUEENSBURY — A total of 1,669 vaccine doses were administered in the first two days that the state-run mass COVID vaccination site reopened last week.
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Scenes from Wednesday night's Adirondack League girls basketball game between Warrensburg and Lake George.
An Onondaga County man pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges related to a police chase in Warren County that resulted in the death of a Horicon man.
COVID-19 case number updates from Warren and Saratoga counties.
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