The only weapon to enforce New York’s Freedom of Information Law is embarrassment.
Glens Falls is a cool place
The report issued by the state Department of State in the fall of 2015 that criticized the town of Queensbury’s oversight of waterfront program contracts was not critical of the performance of town Supervisor John Strough.
We’re beginning to see Rep. Elise Stefanik much like an Olympic gymnast on the balance beam.
This is one campaign promise that President Trump should have let slide. Trump announced Thursday he will withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris climate agreement among nearly 200 nations. The move will just make it more difficult for the world to counter the worst effects of the glo…
Michelle Obama’s attempt to get healthier food served in school cafeterias was a noble and somewhat successful experiment. But it did not achieve the desired goal.
Storm response was awesome
If David Decker, former director of the Lake George Watershed Coalition, did what he is charged with doing, he fooled a lot of people.
For decades, state officials have played bureaucratic shell games to shield government decisions from the public. These devious maneuvers take many forms, including creating boards and authorities that don’t always have to comply with two tenets of good government in New York — the Open Meet…
We're at a loss for words.
Accidents by their nature are unexpected, unpredictable events, and those people who get caught up in them unfortunate victims of bad luck.
Elaborate prom nights are keeping students safe
If an award were given in Congress for best tiptoeing, our congresswoman, Elise Stefanik, would win it.
A fire broke out at a residence on Route 22 in Putnam on Saturday evening, destroying two structures.
At a glance: Whitehall Central School District's proposed 2022-2023 budget, propositions and school board openings.
There were 31 new COVID cases out of 373 administered tests in Warren County as of Sunday, according to state data.
After hearing concerns from residents during a public hearing on Thursday, the Moreau Planning Board voted in favor of an independent review of Saratoga BioChar Solutions, potentially slowing down the plant's application process.
The 18-year-old gunman who authorities say killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket had previously threatened a shooting at his high school and was sent for mental health treatment. A law enforcement official told The Associated Press that Payton Gendron had appeared on the radar of police last year after he threatened to carry out a shooting around the time of graduation. Officials also say the gunman had researched the local demographics and arrived in the area a day in advance to conduct reconnaissance with the “express purpose” of killing as many Black people as possible. He's been arraigned on a murder charge.
Authorities say a white, 18-year-old gunman in military gear who was livestreaming with a helmet camera opened fire with a rifle at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, killing 10 people and wounding three others. Here's what we know: Officials say they are investigating the shooting Saturday afternoon as a racially motivated hate crime. Authorities say 11 victims are Black and two are white. Payton Gendron, of Conklin, New York, has been arraigned on a murder charge. Authorities have not commented on a document that purports to outline the attacker’s racist, anti-immigrant and antisemitic beliefs.
Authorities say a white, 18-year-old gunman in military gear who was livestreaming with a helmet camera opened fire with a rifle at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, killing 10 people and wounding three others. Officials said they are investigating the shooting Saturday afternoon as a hate crime. Authorities said 11 of the victims are Black and two are white. Police say a security guard fired shots trying to stop the gunman but was shot dead by the suspect. Authorities say officers confronted the man in the store and he surrendered. The suspect, identified as Payton Gendron of Conklin, New York, has been arraigned on murder charges. The shooting occurred in a predominantly Black neighborhood in Buffalo.
A Queensbury woman was arrested on Monday for allegedly violating an order of protection.
Two Hadley residents are accused of not properly caring for a dog.
Two Saratoga County men have been arrested after police said they sold fentanyl in and around Saratoga Springs.
An Indian Lake man has pleaded guilty to first-degree assault for entering a Corinth resident’s home and attacking him with a tomahawk.
A New York judge has ordered the state's congressional and state Senate primaries to be delayed until Aug. 23 to provide enough time to replace maps that were ruled unconstitutional this week.
ALBANY — With the primary ballot certification deadline looming, Gov. Kathy Hochul confirmed Tuesday she wants the Legislature to change state election law to allow Brian Benjamin, her former lieutenant governor, to be scrubbed from the list of candidates that will go to voters.
Lawmakers react to arrest, resignation
The Republican running against U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik has dropped out of the race after he allegedly filled out petitions fraudulently.