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When NY court named for ex-judge, another bristles
FORT EDWARD, New York - An upstate New York courthouse is being named for a recently retired judge, but another jurist is saying, "Objection!" The Post-Star of Glens Falls says the Washington County Board of Supervisors voted Friday to name the county's courthouse after recently retired state Supreme Court Justice Thomas Mercure.
Two Union players go pro
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. Two All-Americans took the next step Tuesday signing professional contracts in the wake of winning a national championship.
Albany police respond to large fight
Patricia Duncan is a Subway employee who saw the fight. She said she saw four or five kids running down Henry Johnson Boulevard, and she thought they were running because it was a nice day, but that's when she said the fight started.
Panel Allows Lawsuit Over Golf Cart Accident
A golfer who was injured when his cart flipped over while he drove down a slippery slope may sue course operators, an upstate appeals court decided Thursday.
Boil Water Advisory in Fort Edward
According to the NYS Department of Health, the following areas are required to boil water: Drifting Ridge, Tori Trace, and County Route 46 in Water District II.
Nashua coach accused of sex assaults dating back 30 years
A man who volunteered as a baseball and basketball coach for pre-teen to teenage boys more than three decades ago is now facing accusations he repeatedly sexually assaulted a boy between 1983 and 1989.
Really Random Tugs 20
Here's a range of photos from the present to the unknowable past. Gage Paul Thornton .
Fort Edward GE layoffs delayed until 2015
FORT EDWARD, N.Y. A General Electric workers' union representative said layoffs at the Fort Edward plant will begin in early 2015.
State budget deadline is near
Lawmakers in the Assembly and Senate must reach an agreement on a spending plan by April 1. Leaders met at the Capitol Monday behind closed doors.
Man accused of decades-old sex charges in NH
Walter Michael Keegan of Fort Edward, N.Y., was arrested last week in Vermont. Police say the charges cover alleged sexual assaults in Nashua between 1983 and 1989 involving a person who was under 13 at the time.
Death of '12 Years A Slave' author still remains mystery
They know whom he married and how many children he had. They know he played the fiddle and spent 12 years enslaved in the South before being freed.