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Two charged in Queensbury crack cocaine case
On Wednesday deputies charged both Mackenzie M. Sumner, 31, and Jennifer M. Harrington, 46, with criminal sale of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a controlled substance. Both women were arraigned in Queensbury town court and sent to Warren County jail on $20,000 bail or $40,000 bon
Glens Falls Greenjackets play at Seaway Valley
The Glens Falls Greenjackets continue their Empire Football League season with a game Saturday at 7 p.m. against the Seaway Valley Venom, set for Massena High School.The Jackets (2-4) are looking to snap their four-game losing streak against a Venom team they defeated 35-0 on July 14. That game was
Several crews respond to South Glens Falls apartment fire
SOUTH GLENS FALLS, N.Y. (NEWS10) - Multiple crews were on scene late Thursday night of a fire at an apartment complex in South Glens Falls.The fire broke out at the Sisson Apartments on Sand Hill Drive.The fire chief said no one was injured.
Four people charged after Queensbury drug raid
QUEENSBURY — Four people face drug-related charges after a police investigation into a crack cocaine operation that was being run from a home on Veterans Road, police said.The Warren County Sheriff's Office determined that two women were selling the drug from a home at 44 Veterans Road, leading to f
Dogs and more helped keep lake clean this year
BOLTON —The Lake George Association may have found a new method of finding E. coli — dogs.At the annual LGA meeting on Friday, Project Manager Randy Rath recalled an conference held in April in Glens Falls on water. Karen Reynolds of Environmental Canine Services was speaking about her dogs, which c
Man pleads guilty in Lake George drug case
Luis A. Rodriguez, 24, of Providence, pleaded guilty to criminal sale of a controlled substance in connection with one of two drug sales in 2016.
Adirondack Experience gets $350k federal grant for collections
BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Adirondack Experience has received a $350,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to help maintain its cultural heritage collections.The funds will help the institution, formerly known as the Adirondack Museum, support a $1.1 million project to replace the aging
Letter to the editor: Reader isn't satisfied with mayor's defense
Editor:In rebut to the village of Lake George Mayor Blais’ defense of the logging taking place on the cross country skiing/hiking trail system at the Lake George Recreation Center and along Gage Brook, I take some issue. The mayor states that many of the trails being logged are not formal trails. As
Former county jail guard charged in fraud case
QUEENSBURY — A corrections officer at Warren County Jail resigned in recent weeks as she was under investigation in a welfare fraud case that led to her arrest in recent days on multiple felony charges.Brandi L. Michal, 31, of Glens Falls had worked in the jail for several months when Warren County
Warren County to seek proposals for railroad
Warren County is looking to see if anyone wants to lease or purchase the county-owned rail line.As the company that formerly ran tourist and freight trains on the line continues to miss deadlines to remove its equipment from the line, the county Board of Supervisors plans to put out a "request for p
Fort Edward man pleads guilty in 'sex sting' case
QUEENSBURY — A Fort Edward man who was one of the last remaining defendants in a local online sex sting case is headed to state prison for 18 months after his guilty plea Wednesday.Paul R. Wilson, 33, of Fort Edward, pleaded guilty to felony attempted criminal sexual act in connection with his June
Lifeguard saves 20-month-old at Sandbar Beach
A toddler nearly drowned at Sandbar Beach last month, but was rescued just in time by a lifeguard.The incident happened July 21, just after 3 p.m. A boy, 20 months old, was playing in the water with his mother.Lifeguard Sabrina Quintois, 19, had suggested that the boy wear a life jacket or puddle ju
Glens Falls man pleads guilty to felony assault
Moses E. Cintron, 18, of New Pruyn Street, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault for a Feb. 10 incident at Village Green Apartments in Glens Falls. He was part of a brawl that left a young man with serious physical injuries that included a broken jaw.
$10,000 grant will go to fighting invasive species in Schroon, Paradox lakes
The Cloudsplitter Foundation awarded the town of Schroon, the Schroon Lake Association and the Paradox Lake Association $10,000 recently to help fight invasive species, according to a release.
State Education Department corrects errors in last year's funding
The state Education Department made a calculation error in federal funding for the 2017-18 school year that overfunded $12 million to 278 education centers, mostly charter schools, and underfunded 687.To correct the funding, the state will reduce the overpaid schools' funding over the next five year
Reward offered for info in bar theft
GLENS FALLS — The proprietors of Sully's East Tavern are offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who stole the bar owner's purse from the Maple Street establishment overnight Tuesday.Police said the man made off with about $2,000 in cash and checks.The bar released
Blog: Eyesore for sale
One of Queensbury's biggest eyesores is for sale, and it's a perfect opportunity for the town to use some of its fat savings account to spruce up the area adjacent to the spiffy new roundabout nearby.The former Getty station at 330 Aviation Road, at the intersection with Dixon Road, has been listed
Tourism survey: mostly white, relatively well off visitors come to Adirondacks
A study of tourists to Hamilton, Franklin and Essex counties last year found that hiking is the most popular activity for visitors to the area, and that a whopping 95 percent of tourists are white.
Hospital visitors: New security system easy, but pointless
GLENS FALLS — Visitors to Glens Falls Hospital were surprised to be asked for ID on Wednesday. Most did not object to the new security procedure, but wondered how it would make patients safer.Over the next month, the hospital is rolling out visitor stickers with the visitor’s photo and where they ar
History of crashes at NY intersection where woman died
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