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 chill come over the room, wondering why I was there and if they were going to be criticized in some future editorial about something they had done.
Over the next 12 days, Post-Star editor will be reprinting some of his most memorable columns.
Newspaper received some much needed good news this past week.
This is directed at the people who are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Working from home is a new and unusual experience.
There will be something on the front page of The Post-Star on Wednesday that has only been done twice in the past 22 years.
Even big event news stories that lead to screaming headlines in the newspaper aren't necessarily good for business.
Newspaper drops paywall on coronavirus coverage, but buying a digital subscription would be better.
President's don't have that much control over the economy - whether it is good or bad.
The way we pick presidential candidates has become a horror show. What do you think is the better way?
You should not miss Sunday's editorial about the challenges so many families face.
The Post-Star sports department scored some major honors this week.
A call to the newspaper still has the ability to get something done for the average person.
A Glens Falls fan reacts to West Wing blog from last week.
After reading about people who use "The West Wing" as therapy for the current state of politics, I stumbled on to a local Glens Falls person quoted in the article.
Post-Star Editor Ken Tingley made one last visit to the Newseum. It closed last night and with it a unique piece of the American story was also lost.
As we tear off our calendar again, we look forward to telling more community stories in 2020.
If you ever wondered how The Post-Star chooses its top stories of the year at the end of the year, this will give you some insight.
Serious news can often infringe on the feel-good coverage of the holidays.
Readers often demand that we recognize certain significant historical events, but it can be difficult to deliver on those demands.
While visiting Pearl Harbor last month, I stumbled upon the story of the Opana Radar Site and found there was a historical marker within walking distance of my hotel. It might have been the highlight of my trip.
The television announcers called Joseph Girard III a basketball legend in Glens Falls.
Ken Tingley will be talking with Mary Miller about her program to combat fake news in his Sunday column. Here is short outtake on what Miller is doing and what she sees in the media landscape.
Voter turnout in Warren County was generally around 25 percent on Tuesday.The towns of Thurman and Hague were the only two towns with a turnout over 50 percent. Thurman saw 453 of its 799 (56.7%) registered voters go to the polls during a contentious supervisor race, while Hague saw 305 of i…
With a new restaurant anchoring the north end of South Street and the presence of Glens Falls National Bank and The Empire Theater building, the former Street of Dreams is evolving.