On Tuesday at 3 a.m., my father kissed my sister and he was gone.
With warmer temperatures, its important to check out the ice before heading out.
WHITEHALL — So today I spent some time reporting on a group of Whitehall residents making a "please help us" video.
Local civil rights leader Lee Braggs helps older individuals by being their friend.
Sometimes the best Christmas is the one we least expect.
After working on my Sunday feature about the late Jean Rikhoff this week, I thought about her friend Ron Pisano saying she was "the last of the grand dames."
Years ago, my parents always took all of us on official family vacations to the Finger Lakes and later to Rehobeth Beach every summer.
I learned so much about a city I thought I knew, during a recent stay in East Harlem.
State health department study on cancer in Warren County falls short and residents question findings.
In early October, U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, talked to the press prior to a Kingsbury town hall at the fire hall.
GLENS FALLS — So on Thursday afternoon I find myself pressing an elevator button that leads to the floor labeled "plank."
Earlier this summer, while covering the "Lights for Liberty" vigil in downtown Glens Falls, I saw 15-year-old Jenna Nichols who had locked herself inside a small dog cage, her fingers clasping the bars, exactly like the photo attached to her cage of a young girl locked in a detention center …
GLENS FALLS — So, today I was at Centennial Circle for another pro-Trump rally that police had warned ahead of time, might have unloaded weapons present as a show of support for the Second Amendment.
My Dad always said he didn't really like the cats that much, but when my Mom died, he pampered Chloe with morning and night treats and lots of long chats after promising my Mom he would take good care of her baby.
Since the Women's March drew 1,500 to downtown Glens Falls in 2016, the weekend of President Donald Trump's inauguration, I have been covering other protests, gatherings, rallies and marches, often slated for downtown.
So, the other day, someone asked me, "Why are you a reporter?"
GLENS FALLS — Just before 5 p.m. on Saturday, Katherine Chambers of the Council for Prevention came up to me in Glens Falls City Park, smiling.
GLENS FALLS — On Saturday evening I was assigned to cover the pro-Trump rally in Glens Falls' Centennial Circle.
Last week I reported on a memorial event for Hudson Falls Firefighter Paul MacMurray, who lost his life in the massive Parkview Hotel fire in August 1994.
GLENS FALLS— Last week, I reported on the New Way Lunch 100th Anniversary celebration at their South Street location in Glens Falls. I was stunned that in my four years here I had never experienced a New Way meal.
On Saturday, "Beau," the last Adirondack Theatre Festival show of the summer season opened at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Glens Falls.
There's something exotically sexy about a psychological thriller. The way the pieces unfold in unexpected and mind-boggling ways. The way the music and lighting work together, keeping us on edge and building the tension between the characters and the audience.
In a ground breaking investigation, the Washington Post and the Charleston Gazette-Mail in West Virginia, released a county-by-county database of information detailing the number of hydrocodone and oxycodone prescription pills that were supplied in each county in the nation, including the na…
A month or so ago my husband signed up the family, well us and the two dogs, Olive Olivia and Stella Luna, for the Canalway Challenge, tracing history, tracking miles.
We bought our Greek Revival home four years ago this week. The deed said it was built in 1857, but a local historian told me she thinks it is much older, dating to the 1820s.