The Elks Lodge #81 of Glens Falls recently chose six community organizations to donate over $8,000 in grants to.
Dec. 14, 1948—March 23, 2023
Carol and Peter W. Nelson
GLENS FALLS—Bartholomew “Lee” Girard of Glens Falls, NY, passed away peacefully surrounded by his wife and children on Saturday, March 25, 2023.
Cosmopolitan Frankfurt, while low on Old World charm, offers a good look at today’s no-nonsense, modern Germany. If you’re a budget traveler, you’ll likely fly into or out of this major hub for discount airlines.
Monday's high school sports roundup.
One year ago, El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele suspended constitutional rights and started an all-out offensive on gangs. Now, El Salvador has undergone a radical transformation.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delayed his contentious judicial overhaul plan Monday and said he wanted "to avoid civil war" by making time to seek a compromise with political opponents.
Panama's government estimates 50,000 migrants crossed the treacherous Darien Gap linking Colombia and Panama in the first two months of 2023. That is five times more than in the same period of last year.
The study analyzed Colorado kids’ responses to how quickly they could get their hands on a loaded gun without their parents’ knowledge. More than 1 in 10 said they could do so within 10 minutes.
With bandaged heads and splinted limbs, the wounded soldiers are stretchered into the waiting medical evacuation bus by members of the Hospitallers, a Ukrainian organization of volunteer paramedics who work on the front lines in the war in Ukraine.
Much of the debate about combating online misinformation and extremism revolves around government regulations and changes made by social media platforms. Teaching people how to be better internet users gets less attention.
Ukraine’s government has called for an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council to “counter the Kremlin’s nuclear blackmail” after Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed plans to station tactical atomic weapons in Belarus.
Vice President Kamala Harris has arrived in Ghana to begin a weeklong trip to Africa. Her stops in Ghana, Tanzania and Zambia are intended to deepen U.S. relationships on the continent.
There was a real chance “All Quiet on the Western Front” might have beaten “Everything Everywhere All at Once” for Best Picture.
A major change to New York's campaign finance law has taken effect, with the aim of reducing donors' influence on state government. But one type of fundraising account remains untouched — and the fundraising powers of state political parties are only growing.
An 'extremely dangerous tornado' strikes Georgia as 20 million Southerners are at risk of treacherous weather Sunday
After a rash of violent storms killed 26 people in the South over the weekend, a new "large and extremely dangerous tornado" struck Sunday south of LaGrange, Georgia, the National Weather Service in Atlanta said.
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Women's NCAA roundup: Ohio St. ends UConn's Elite Eight streak
Creighton and San Diego State have dreamed of being in this situation for years. And it’s not the first time each team has stood in the other’s way. The sixth-seeded Bluejays and the fifth-seeded Aztecs are each seeking their first Final Four when they meet in Sunday’s South Region final. Last year, they met much earlier in the NCAA Tournament. Creighton won 72-69 in overtime in the first round. Bluejays coach Greg McDermott says he's certain the Aztecs have been looking forward to the rematch. The veteran-laden Aztecs are the first Mountain West Conference team to reach a regional final and believe they have more to prove after ousting top overall seed Alabama.