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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
Hudson Falls woman headed to prison in drug case
Nichole D. Pasco, 37, pleaded guilty to criminal sale of a controlled substance, a felony, in Washington County Court in connection with her arrest in May.
Glens Falls woman charged with welfare fraud
QUEENSBURY - A Glens Falls woman was arrested Tuesday after she was accuse of fraudulently collecting more than $6,000 from the the Warren County Department of Social Services, Warren County Sheriff's Office said.
Kingsbury man accused of statutory rape
Man charged on rape, endangermentKINGSBURY — A Kingsbury man faces rape and reckless endangerment counts for allegedly having sex with an underage girl and driving recklessly, police said.Kenneth F. McNeill Jr., 23, of Dean Road, was charged after police learned he had a sexual relationship with a g
Fort Edward man charged with DWI, resisting arrest
Roger Ovitt, 75, was found to be driving drunk when State Police found him in a vehicle stopped at a green light at the intersection of Burgoyne and county Route 41 around 1 a.m., according to State Police.
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
Brain Tumor Foundation offers free scans in Saratoga Springs
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> In the parking lot at 20 Lake Ave., dozens and dozens of people will be scanned for brain tumors at no charge through Thursday.
Former fire department leader headed to jail in sex case
QUEENSBURY — The former Queensbury Central Fire Department lieutenant who sexually abused a teen he met through his fire department duties will serve up to 6 months in jail and 5 years on probation for his guilty pleas.John Novohradsky, 53, of Queensbury, pleaded guilty in Warren County Court last w
Lake George looks to take over 'Dog Beach'
LAKE GEORGE — The town is considering the takeover of a small state-run beach known by locals as “Dog Beach.”Supervisor Dennis Dickinson said he has sent a letter to Venetia Lannon, deputy secretary for the environment for the state, asking for a meeting to explore letting the town run the beach, wh
Police: Naked Swimmer Charged After Untying Boats From Dock - Breaking911
QUEENSBURY, NY — On August 10, 2018, at 6:25 a.m., State Police responded to the Peru Boat Launch on State Route 9 in Peru for a report of naked male at the boat launch.
Back in Whitehall's Amish country, trying the cookies
WHITEHALL — The two young girls, dressed in blue skirts with their heads covered in traditional Amish bonnets, walked timidly to the edge of the County Route 12 baked goods stand being tended by an older girl.“Did you help bake these?” my 78-year-old father asked the younger girls, who by now had ma
Hudson Falls furniture store celebrates 80 years
Named after founder Wesley Goodale, the store first opened its doors in Glens Falls in 1938. It was a time when gas cost about 10 cents a gallon, the first Superman comic was released and nations were on the brink of World War II. Meanwhile in Hudson Falls, Wesley Goodale borrowed $11 and opened up
Glens Falls Hospital to require ID from all visitors
GLENS FALLS — Although Glens Falls Hospital officials say they have had no security problems, they are putting in place a new visitor management system this week to improve security.All visitors will be required to enter through one of three locations, with all other doors being closed to outdoor en
Queensbury man faces felony charge
Steven E. Lapelle, 39, was pulled over on Route 9 shortly after 10 p.m., according to the State Police public information website.
Granville woman accused of welfare fraud
Mary E. Gardner, 39, of Broadview Terrace, was arrested after the county Department of Social Services determined she did not report all of her income when receiving assistance, police said.
Investigator: Possible Bigfoot spotting off Route 4
WHITEHALL — A driver witnessed a 6- to 6 ½-foot black creature off of Route 4 Tuesday night at around 10:10 p.m., investigator Paul Bartholomew said, which coincides with historic trends in the area.Often phrased as Bigfoot, the mythical creature has been spotted here and there, although the recent
Queensbury trying to get friendly security
QUEENSBURY — It’s not easy to get security.The Town Board is ready to hire a security firm to provide an unarmed guard at Town Hall.But the low bidder, US Security Associates Inc., provided a contract with serious legal problems. The town attorney recommended changing several parts of the contract b
Thurman man charged with felony DWI following crash
Jamie S. Carpenter was found a short time after fleeing the crash, which occurred at around 2:47 on Third Avenue. Investigation determined that Carpenter, the operator of the vehicle, was intoxicated, and he refused to submit to a chemical breath test, according to a press release from the Warren Co
Former teacher pleads guilty in school DWI case
GRANVILLE — The former Granville kindergarten teacher who was arrested earlier this year for driving drunk to school has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge.Kimberly V. Grover, 47, of Fort Edward, pleaded guilty to non-criminal driving while ability impaired in connection with her March 27 arrest at