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Father, son arrested after Northway traffic stop
QUEENSBURY -- A father and son were arrested on drug charges and one was accused of driving while impaired by drugs after a traffic stop on the Northway early Saturday, police records show.
Warrensburg wins Cobleskill dual-meet tournament
Battle in the Valley: Warrensburg went 4-1 to win the Battle in the Valley dual-meet tournament Saturday at Cobleskill-Richmondville High School. The Burghers (9-3) won by head-to-head criteria over host Cobleskill, which they defeated 51-33. Warrensburg lost to Cicero-North Syracuse, 51-37, but def
Police arrest two suspects in connection with death of Ticonderoga man
TICONDEROGA — Police have made two arrests in connection with the death of a Ticonderoga man on Friday, which has been ruled a homicide. Ticonderoga Police received a call at 7 a.m. on Friday about a suspicious vehicle in the Bicentennial Park area. Police found the vehicle, a 2014 Volkswagen Jetta,
Icy weather likely later today, tonight
A winter weather advisory has been issued for Saratoga, southern Warren and southern Washington counties as a storm will bring snow, sleet and freezing rain beginning Sunday afternoon.
Looking back at local history: Dec. 17
QUEENSBURY — Bob and Sara Carpenter were married six months after he was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, better known as CLL. QUEENSBURY — Skiers and snowboarders raced to The Cure on Saturday, opening day at West Mountain, celebrating not just the snow but also the s…
Queensbury man charged following domestic dispute
QUEENSBURY, N.Y. — A Queensbury man faces felony charges following a domestic dispute. Jason Harris, 38, of 49 Zenas Dr., was charged with third-degree criminal mischief, a felony; along with second-degree menacing and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, and two counts of endangering the
Rock Hill Bakehouse Café closing at the end of January
GLENS FALLS — The Rock Hill Bakehouse Café in Glens Falls will be closing at the end of January because of rising costs, owner Matt Funiciello announced on Friday. The South Glens Falls bakery will remain open. Funiciello said he was forced to make this decision to close the Exchange Street location
Trial date set in Putnam murder case
FORT EDWARD -- The Ticonderoga teen who allegedly killed his 15-year-old friend over the summer will face a reduced arson charge and will stand trial starting Feb. 20. Adrian J. Sawyer, 16, is accused of killing Maverick Bowman in a home that Bowman's family owns on county Route 2 in Putnam last Jul
Looking back at local history: Dec. 16
FORT EDWARD — The Fort Edward Library Summer Youth Theatre Group and the school's Drama Club will present a one-man performance of "Scrooge" a… Dec 15, 2013. GLENS FALLS -- The sixth annual Community Christmas Breakfast will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Christmas Day at Christ Church United Method
Person Of Interest In Homicide Spotted In Hogansburg
State police are asking for help finding a person of interest in a homicide investigation in Ticonderoga, N.Y. and say that person was last known to be in Hogansburg. Troopers say 38 year old Michael Larock of Ticonderoga is wanted for questioning in the shooting death of 37 year old William Brown o
Ti homicide suspect last seen in Hogansburg
TICONDEROGA — A man considered armed and dangerous is wanted for questioning in the shooting death of William T. Brown, whose body was found Friday in the LaChute River. Late Saturday night, State Police said Michael E. LaRock, 38, of Ticonderoga, was believed to have fled the area after the killing
Zone defense helps Argyle get past Warrensburg
ARGYLE — Stacked with small, athletic guards, Argyle’s 1-2-2 full-court zone press can wreak havoc. Prior to Friday night, it hadn’t, but unfortunately for Warrensburg, the Scots’ defensive pressure was deadly against them, which helped Argyle defeat the Burghers 76-56 in an Adirondack League boys b
Queensbury donations will become care packages for soldiers overseas
QUEENSBURY — The holiday spirit was in full swing Sunday outside of Walmart on Route 9. With their own shopping to do, hundreds added a few strangers to their list, buying food, hygiene products and a little bit of holiday cheer and dropping them off outside the store, where a trailer and trucks wer
DEC summer camp registrations to open in January
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has announced it will open online registration for its 2019 Summer Camps program at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Families are encouraged to register early, as space in the program fills up quickly, the DEC added.
Jane LeCount recalled for her dedication to reviving Warrensburg
Warrensburgh Museum of Local History director Steve Parisi and Realtor Jane LeCount, co-founders of the town’s famous ‘World’s Largest Garage Sale,’ shared memories in 2012 of how the sale grew from 1,000 or so attendees in its first year decades ago to 80,000 soon afterwards. LeCount died Dec. 3 at
Mother, daughter arrested after dog found dead in Thurman
THURMAN — A mother and daughter were arrested Thursday in connection with a dog that was found starved to death on the porch of a home on Glen-Athol Road late last month, authorities said.
Police: Parolee arrested with heroin in Queensbury
QUEENSBURY — A three-time felon who is on parole for a burglary spree and drug possession was arrested Tuesday for allegedly possessing 300 bags of heroin and for violating parole, police said.
Man arrested after standoff at Queensbury home
QUEENSBURY — An hours-long standoff with a domestic violence suspect ended Thursday night with the man in custody and facing a bevy of charges, police said. The standoff at 49 Zenas Dr. ended shortly after 6 p.m. with a resident of the home, Jason Harris, in police custody. Warren County Undersherif
Police: Queensbury woman abandoned dogs in home
QUEENSBURY — A Queensbury woman was charged with four misdemeanors Thursday for allegedly abandoning two dogs without food when she moved out of a home on Dixon Road, according to State Police.
Seven rescued from gondola at Gore Mountain
NORTH CREEK — Seven people had to be evacuated from a gondola at Gore Mountain on Friday morning. The incident happened at about 9:15 a.m. at the Northwoods Gondola. The lift came to a normal stop and there was an indication of a bolt misalignment on one of the towers, according to Jon Lundin, commu