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South Glens Falls Main Street sewer pipe fails
SOUTH GLENS FALLS — The village’s old infrastructure crumbled again on Friday, with part of a main pipe on Main Street breaking. It’s the latest in a series of breaks that village workers have had to contend with this winter, beginning in November. Water and sewer pipes are more susceptible to break
Glens Falls woman faces felony drug counts
TROY -- A Glens Falls woman faces 15 drug charges after an investigation into drug activity in Troy, according to police. Elizabeth O. Henry, 48, was arrested Jan. 24, along with 35-year-old Troy resident Jimmy C. Smith, for allegedly possessing multiple types of narcotics, police records show.
Police arrest sisters on DWI charges within hours
WILTON -- Two sisters from Wilton were arrested on driving while intoxicated charges within hours Saturday after both of them fought with police at the scene of the first arrest, police said.
Archaeological work continues after discovery of skeletal remains in Lake George
LAKE GEORGE - Archaeology work continues in Lake George, where the skeletal remains of several people have been found at what's believed to be a Revolutionary War burial ground.
More snow coming tonight, tomorrow
Another round of snow will arrive in upstate New York starting Sunday night, with up to 4 inches possible in parts of the region when it winds down Monday. A winter weather advisory is in effect for areas to the south of Glens Falls, but the accumulation is expected to amount to only a few inches fo
Undeveloped Lake George island open to public in rare tour
BOLTON — Like the mottled back of a turtle, Dome Island rises out of Lake George. It's dark and densely wooded; Eastern hemlock trees poke out like bristles to protect this place of peace and quiet, undisturbed by humans for decades.
Glens Falls finishes second, QHS third at Section II swim meet
CLIFTON PARK — Glens Falls and Queensbury had solid performances at the Division II finals of the Section II Boys Swimming Championships on Saturday, but came up just short of the team title at Shenendehowa High School.
Blog: Don't drive on the ice
I've never really understood the allure of driving a car or truck on a frozen lake. Yes, it can be hard to drag your ice fishing equipment hundreds of yards on snow-covered ice, but it's a lot harder to try to get your vehicle off the bottom of the lake, or deal with an insurance company that won't
South Glens Falls man sentenced to prison
BALLSTON SPA — A registered sex offender who sold crack cocaine in the South Glens Falls area last year has been sentenced to at least 5 years in prison on a felony drug charge as well as a charge he didn't register as a sex offender.
Police crackdown on traffic issues at New York/Vermont state line
Police agencies from New York and Vermont issued more than 100 traffic tickets during a cross-border crackdown Friday night at the state line in Hampton and Fair Haven, Vermont.
Revitalization brings life back to Hudson Falls
HUDSON FALLS, N.Y.(NEWS10) - The village of Hundson Falls is hoping to bring life back to the downtown strip of Main Street. As a part of a revitalization initiative the village is tackling three major projects. Those projects include renovations to Masonic Temple, Strand Theater, and the old county
With Democrats in power, new role for Dem Assemblyman Billy Jones?
Major pieces of progressive legislation have been passed since Democrats took control in Albany last month. The shift in power is also being felt in the North Country, where one Democratic lawmaker is now the region's only member of the majority.
New York food stamp benefits to be released early
ALBANY, N.Y. — All recipients of food stamps in New York will receive their March benefits a week earlier than scheduled. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the early release is to ease the burden on those who stretched February’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits during the federal government
Photos: Hike to Dome Island on Lake George
The public got a rare glimpse of the forever wild Dome Island on Saturday. Two groups, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, got to walk out on Lake George with members of the Lake George Land Conservancy for a tour.
Local businessman talks tax advantage of selling legal pot in liquor stores
FORT EDWARD — Whitehall business owner Joe Kelly asked Washington County Board of Supervisors on Friday to consider selling recreational marijuana in liquor stores when it becomes legal.
Student tech team makes hardware look easy
SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Brandon Ferris has always been interested in how electronics work, and his middle school is giving him a chance to put that curiosity to use. Ferris is a member of Tech Team Junior, a program started at Oliver W. Wench Middle School in South Glens Falls where he and other student
BLOG: An unexpected connection at The Hyde
GLENS FALLS — On Saturday I went to The Hyde Collection to experience the current exhibit, "Colorama." While there, I noticed a haunting painting in a room off from the Eastman Kodak exhibit.
Flomatic Corp. completes major expansion in Glens Falls
GLENS FALLS — Flomatic Corp. Chief Executive Officer Bo Andersson said quality is the reason why his company is successful. Customers are willing to pay more for his product.
Trump declaration sparks protest outside Stefanik office
President Donald Trump’s declaration of a National Emergency spurred another protest Monday at U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik’s office. About 40 people gathered outside the office on Warren Street, chanting “Build Bridges, Not Walls” and “Fake Emergency,” with signs reading “Say No to Racist Wall.”
Saratoga County sisters both charged with drunken driving
WILTON - Two sisters in Saratoga County are under arrest, both accused of drunken driving. Troopers say they saw a car driving erratically on Gailor Road in the town of Wilton.