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 …
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, is rehashing a two-year-old issue over Tedra Cobb’s support for the Second Amendment.
Editor Ken Tingley took a chance on me to come back to the paper as a reporter and backed me up when I came under criticism.
Despite being taught from home for nearly 3 months, Glens Falls High School seniors still managed to pull off a prank.
I am picking up some new beats of cops, courts and Warren County and losing the Glens Falls city beat.
It is the new reality that government agencies are going to have to conduct business a little differently for a while because of the coronavir…
My son's favorite park is closed to limit the spread of the coronavirus
The Fort Edward Union Free School District made choices that helped lead to their current financial situation.
The novel coronavirus outbreak has affected the world of game shows, which are near and dear to my heart.
South Glens Falls students are working to put on the South High Marathon Dance, which officially kicks off tonight at 7 p.m.
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, has voted in favor of five pieces of legislation to help veterans and their families.
Only three school superintendents are left from when I started at The Post-Star.
Why not get a day off to celebrate each president's birthday?
Warren County District Attorney Jason Carusone says it is not true his office won't prosecute disorderly conduct cases from protests.
The Empire Center for Public Policy is urging the state to reject Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to increase the family income cap for students …
Here is an update to a blog post I made last week about not receiving back in a timely manner the two Freedom of Information Law requests I ma…
Dueling protests were held downtown opposing and supporting President Donald Trump's acquittal on impeachment charges.
The speed at which Freedom of Information Law requests are processed varies greatly from government entity to government entity.
The suspension of Whitehall Junior-Senior Principal Jeff Keller may be deja vu all over again.
New York ranked 13th in a study by the personal finance website WalletHub about the most educated states.
To no one’s surprise, about 1.4 million people left New York state in the last decade, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
The end of the year is a good time to purge and let go of old things.