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After postponing construction for four years, the plan to expand the South Queensbury fire station on Dix Avenue has tripled in cost. [Read More]
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If you haven't gotten the new shingles vaccine yet, you probably have quite a wait ahead of you. [Read More]
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Warren County property owners are doing a small but bustling business in renting out their houses, and the county will soon start taxing them for... [Read More]
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Sometimes a phone call doesn't go the way the official expects. [Read More]
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If you hire a mountain biker as your parks and recreation director, you might just get a premier mountain biking park. [Read More]
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In preparation for a possible flood of development proposals, Supervisor Todd Kusnierz is making sure the town's planning and zoning boards are ready. [Read More]
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In preparation for a possible flood of development proposals, Supervisor Todd Kusnierz is making sure the town's planning and zoning boards are ready. [Read More]
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New LED streetlights and a second electric vehicle are in the works for the town of Queensbury. [Read More]
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When the Queensbury Kmart closes in March, 60 people will lose their jobs. [Read More]
Some nursing homes in the state are not testing their generators to make sure they will work in a power outage, the state Comptroller's Office... [Read More]
Washington County should spend money on promoting specific products sold in the county, Greenwich Supervisor Sara Idleman said. [Read More]
Washington County deeds: Sept. 10 to Sept. 14 Buyer Seller Location Price Date Stanley H. Bradley Paul A. Durling Route 30, Hartford $269,000 9/10 Jarrod... [Read More]
The annual fight against marijuana drew unexpected opposition Friday from three members of the Washington County Board of Supervisors. [Read More]
The new medical offices proposed at Northway Exit 18 will offer specialties that are "needed" in the area, a representative for the developer said. [Read More]
One renter pounded stakes into the ground to create a temporary dog run for his pets, unaware of the water pipe just beneath him. [Read More]
Planning Board members offered deep skepticism Tuesday at the idea that an indoor wood processing facility would be quiet enough to not bother its neighbors. [Read More]
"Cow power" could be the next big green energy in New York state - if the Public Service Commission will support the technology, Assemblywoman Carrie... [Read More]
When the Glens Falls City School District purchases the Hovey Family Ice Co. property, it now appears the town cannot protect the barn from demolition. [Read More]
Requests to soften a proposed law for testing septic systems were rejected Monday at a Town Board workshop. [Read More]
The Comptroller's Office won't reject the application for Route 9 sewer but could find "concerns" that would lead state officials to encourage the town to... [Read More]
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