Warren County is considering banning the sale and personal use of fireworks after hearing concerns about people's quality of life.
Warren County supervisors set a hearing on a revised ethics policy, after rejecting an effort to shorten the financial disclosure form.
A resolution by Queensbury at-Large Supervisor Mike Wild to censure supervisors over misogyny comments failed to get support.
Warren County supervisors are voicing support for a resolution to promote diversity and inclusiveness.
The rally is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. in City Park.
The Warren County Board of Supervisors on Friday voted to purchase masks for its employees.
Assembly candidate Claudia Braymer gathered supporters for a campaign rally on Tuesday in Glens Falls.
Warren County supervisors declined to opposed the controversial Cooper Street housing project on Monday.
An article published in Tuesday’s paper about a public hearing for tax breaks to W.L. Plastics had the wrong time and place for a public heari…
The absentees have been counted, and so far, in unofficial results, they have not changed any local election outcome.
Former Glens Falls Mayor Jack Diamond has officially won re-election to his county post.
The position of Glens Falls 1st Ward supervisor on the county board will see an election rematch as Jack Diamond and Nancy Underwood are once again facing off for the two-year seat.
You can’t fake passion.
Warren County’s Department of Public Works plans to get out of the road paving business starting next year.
This week's boos and bravos features discussion over the ongoing protests in downtown Glens Falls to two fierce sports rivals eyeing a possible merger.
QUEENSBURY — The recycling company owner whose higher bid to buy the Warren County-owned building he has rented for 8 years was rejected last …
GLENS FALLS — The Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health’s homeless housing project overcame another hurdle Monday night after the Zo…
GLENS FALLS — An official from the Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health made an impassioned defense of its project for the 29-unit …
A few weeks back, I wrote a blog about a couple of city meetings that I felt had gotten off track. One was a Zoning Board of Appeals meeting t…
GLENS FALLS — A proposal to build a 29-unit apartment building on Cooper Street for the homeless and mentally ill hit a potential snag as an a…