A tree fell on diners outside 190 Grille & Cinema in Glens Falls on Tuesday afternoon.

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Contract enables 300 NY electric vehicle charging stations

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Stefanik avoids questions after debate, leaves quickly

Woman accused of driving drunk with two disabled men suspended without pay

Nicholas Jones cries during a court appearance on Monday where he pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of his infant daughter.

Warren County father admits to killing infant daughter

Friends of woman who drunkenly crashed van with handicapped passengers speak out

Man found unconscious behind the wheel of his pickup truck in Queensbury

U.S. Senator Gillibrand in Glens Falls to push for high speed internet in rural areas

Bolton Landing man accused of bizarre vandalism against neighbor

Warren County considers backtracking on smoking ban

Women elected leaders express outrage over Trump comments

Fright Fest Kicks off, Honors Armed Forces

Green Party seeing red over November ballot

Queensbury woman accused of giving vodka and marijuana to children

Murder charge to stand for man accused of killing infant daughter

Woman accused of stealing $17,000 from acquaintance's bank account

Adirondack Balloon Fest gets underway Thursday

Albany Diocese Priest recalls miracle trip to Rome for Canonization

Bronx man charged after Northway traffic stop

A traffic stop on the Northway led to the discovery of several forged credit cards. State police stopped Victor Castillo for speeding on Monday in Queensbury. In addition to the credit cards, they say the Bronx man was later found to be hiding marijuana inside himself.

Glens Falls Police trying to determine if two fires are work of an arsonist

Deadly boat crash suspect now faces drug charges

Man arrested in connection to suspicious Glens Falls fire

Vandals strike Warrensburg golf course

Fire damages Glens Falls apartment building

Man visiting all 413 National Park sites passes through Kinderhook

Rattlesnake captured on Lake George

Lake George seeks to be more than summertime resort

Fire ruled accidental at Glens Falls apartment building

Fire heavily damages Glens Falls apartment building

Massachusetts man arrested for DWI in Lake George

Police divers recover body of swimmer missing in Lake George

Glens Falls gives a nod to its native son who was almost president

Police identify victim of Tuesday's Lake George drowning

Warren County man sentenced to 11 years in prison

Alexander Hamilton items on display at NY's Fort Ticonderoga

Search continues for drowning victim in Lake George

Crews investigate apparent drowning on Lake George

Lake George HoJo's: last one standing in America

Man arrested in Lake George boat crash

Police: Man causes head-on crash after running red light

Level 3 sex offender caught working at family fun park

Police search for vandals who damaged hoop donated by Jimmer

Inn vogue: 6-story Marriott opens in LGV

Lake George's 'Million Dollar Beach' reopens

Million Dollar Beach remains closed

Can-AM Indoor Football League eyes Glens Falls

Million Dollar Beach remains closed in Lake George

Warrensburg man charged with sexual contact with child

Howard Johnson restaurant in Lake George soon to be only one left

Sheriff: Boat operator in fatal Lake George crash had drugs in system

Gun show could move from Saratoga to Glens Falls

Riverkeeper collecting water samples from upper Hudson

One injured in Lake George boating accident

Queensbury teen has eyes on 2022 Winter Olympics

Million Dollar Beach reopened in Lake George

Lake George's Million Dollar Beach closed due to coliform bacteria

Glens Falls man wanted on rape charges

Glens Falls police search for rape suspect

Glens Falls gets $10 million grant to revitalize downtown

Glens Falls man accused of attacking cop

Learning on the water; teaching students to be stewards of Lake George

DOT: Lake George road improvements wrapping up this fall

State transportation officials say a nearly $7 million road project that's upgrading the gateway to a popular upstate New York tourist destination will be mostly completed by this fall.


Lake George Village Board considering ending Log Bay Day

Lake George to use funds to study battle sites

An upstate New York town rich in 18th-century military history says it will use a federal grant to hire a firm to inventory local sites. Officials in the town of Lake George tell The Post-Star of Glens Falls that  they'll use a $50,000 grant awarded earlier this year to study sites associated with Fort George and the battles fought there during the French and Indian War and the American Revolution.

Report suggests numerous new southern Adirondack trails

The Department of Environmental Conservation has released a report proposing numerous new hiking, mountain biking and cross-country ski trails in the southern Adirondacks.