A new study has revealed 745,000 people died in 2016 as a result of strokes or heart disease due to long working hours.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Children’s Museum at Saratoga is moving to a new location after 20 years on Caroline Street as part of a long-term plan…
Chris Martin has admitted that although he misses playing live for people he is trying to fill the void with other activities.
Asian American business leaders are launching a foundation to challenge discrimination through what they call the largest philanthropic commitment in history by Asian Americans geared to support members of their own community.
Organizers of the 44th annual South High Marathon Dance have announced how people can watch the livestream of Friday's event.
After more than a year of operating its soup kitchen as a carryout service, the Open Door Mission has opened its new soup kitchen on Warren Street and has invited patrons back inside.
A year after the coronavirus pandemic forced the Glens Falls Collaborative to cancel its most popular events, the organization is gearing up for a comeback.
April kicks off Financial Literacy Month, a nationally recognized campaign to bring awareness to the need for more financial education in schools and for adults. The campaign has been around for decades, yet you may have never heard of it. Here’s a look at the ins and outs of Financial Literacy Month, how it came […]
South High Marathon Dance organizers announced on Thursday that this year's event will benefit 24 individuals and organizations
The lake's two most prominent protection groups on Thursday announced they would be merging, citing growing threats to the lake's water quality.
So it turns out that Kronk, the intrepid Husky supposedly found after 28 days roaming the San Francisco Peaks and Sunset Crater and featured in The Daily Sun on Feb. 3, remains at large.
Michael and Paula Freed last year launched the Granville Community Foundation to provide grant funding for organizations working to improve the quality of life for Granville residents.
After receiving a $2.5 million state grant, the Salvation Army of Glens Falls is developing plans that would bring 20 units of supportive housing to the tri-county area.
Spike Lee has admitted his wife Tonya Lewis Lee wholly responsible for raising their wonderful children.
The Arrow Family of Companies has committed $75,000 to 20 health and human service organizations in the area.
As volunteers from Habitat for Humanity continue work on a single-family home in Glens Falls, the nonprofit organization is planning to break ground on two more homes on the same street next year.