The Warren County Board of Supervisors is seeking public input as it decides how to adjust the weighted vote in light of results of the 2020 Census.
DEAR ABBY: We live in a small town where everyone knows everyone. People here have dropped like flies from COVID-19. My brother recently died …
Ten years ago, Hurricane Irene dumped nearly a foot of rain in sections of the Adirondacks. Rivers and towns were flooded and roads and bridge…
Greed will destroy our lovely town
Warren County supervisors gave good marks to septic inspection legislation, but asked whether towns should be able to opt out and whether more water bodies should be included in the law.
Glens Falls 3rd Ward Supervisor Claudia Braymer asks whether towns should be able to opt out of a proposed septic system inspection law.
Warren County is going to hire a firm to help identify short-term rental properties.
New Englanders bracing for their first hurricane in 30 years began hauling boats out of the water and taking other precautions Friday as Tropical Storm Henri barreled toward the Northeast coast.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Fred deluged parts of upstate New York, forcing scattered road closures, home evacuations and water rescues.
After California's largest single wildfire in recorded history destroyed hundreds of homes in rural Greenville, residents are beginning to cop…
Lake Luzerne Supervisor Gene Merlino is on medical leave until the end of the month.
Warrensburg will receive $403,480 from the federal Coronavirus Relief Fund. Spending the money on water and sewer projects was discussed by the Town Board.
Beverly Houdyshell returned to her home this week in a small Northern California town to find nothing but ashes and debris. The 79-year-old wa…
5 hurt when 2 vehicles hit moose
A project to improve drainage at the North Creek Ski Bowl got a boost of federal funding for the project.
Two weeks after a Lake Luzerne man drowned while swimming near the Rockwell Street Bridge, the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday announced plans to increase patrols in the area.