An effort to confirm letters to the editor led to the discovery that some letters are not a spontaneous expression of the writer's views.
Looking back on the legacy of Edward Bartholomew Jr.
Sports Editor Greg Brownell looks at what's coming up in high school sports news this week.
Letter from 2002: “I wished I could have been there to help, or to comfort someone."
We're still in uncharted waters as local high schools consider playing fall sports.
More on the Hometown Classic of 2010 and our Where Are They Now story.
In this age of COVID-19, reporters have been doing their jobs remotely. I worked mostly from my apartment in Halfmoon for a few months, but I …
There's a long way to go before high school athletes play any games this fall.
You can actually do something to defend and support the Postal Service — buy stamps.
Reading Ian Rankin's latest Rebus novel, "In a House of Lies," immediately after reading Dashiell Hammett's "The Thin Man" was unfair to Rankin.
"Shelf Reflection" takes a look at two compelling historical reads, one on African exploration in the 19th century and the other on the libera…
As the spouse of someone with younger onset Alzheimer's disease, I've become familiar with the Montreal Cognitive Assessment exam that Preside…
From time to time over the years, I would drop by the Tuesday night meeting of the Common Council to see what was going on. I always sensed a …
We are trying to create a quarantine pod for kindergarten this fall, rather than sending our daughter to school.
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, is rehashing a two-year-old issue over Tedra Cobb’s support for the Second Amendment.
Compare New York and Florida and you can see that science is what matters during a pandemic, and ignorant braggadocio doesn't go far.