Former Sen. Joseph Bruno, a native of Glens Falls, died Tuesday at the age of 91.
Around two dozen supporters attended a rally in support of U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, at her campaign headquarters in Queensbury.
Nearly two months following the death of former Glens Falls Mayor Ed Bartholomew, dozens gathered inside Christ Church United Methodist on Wednesday to remember his life.
Dozens gathered at the High Peaks Golf Course in Newcomb on Sunday to pay tribute to the late George Canon, known to many as "Mr. Adirondack."
The state’s purchase of a property adjacent to Susan B. Anthony’s childhood home in Greenwich will allow the development of the house as a publicly accessible historic site, state and local officials announced Tuesday.
Glens Falls 3rd Ward Supervisor Claudia Braymer on Saturday pledged to serve only four two-year terms if elected to the Assembly.
“I love the city of Glens Falls. I would say if there was anyone who loved it more than me, it was Ed Bartholomew.”
Area lawmakers are speaking out against an incident involving racist graffiti in Saranac Lake.
Large attractions want more clarity about when they will be allowed to reopen, as operators say they have been left in the dark.
Judge candidate Rob Smith and Senate hopeful Kimberly Davis earn key endorsements. Assemblyman Dan Stec wants larger graduations.
Pending changes to the government's Paycheck Protection Program were talked about during an online meeting on reopening, featuring Warren County, state and federal officials.
As widespread protests continue over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in handcuffs as a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes, state lawmakers in Albany are talking about possible police reforms in this state.
Tuesday marked the first time state lawmakers reconvened since passing a budget on April 3.
How soon the region will reopen and how to entice hospitality workers to come back were on the minds of local business leaders.
Senate candidate calls sub-region reopening idea misguided; lawmakers seek money for public sector workers and tourism promoters.
Officials lobby to make Washington and Warren counties sub-regions in the governor's reopening plan.
State representatives from the North Country say that although the coronavirus has put a spotlight on this region’s broadband internet weaknes…
Salem students design face shields; Lake George and South Glens Falls support seniors; and Cambridge students build shrub willow fence.
Elected officials are concerned about Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s comments that the Saratoga Race meet could be canceled.