Today, Gary discusses Warren County’s financial security amid fears of a national recession. Also, the results of this week’s votes in the Village of Cambridge, the Warrensburg School Board discusses adding School Resource Officers to the district, Nearcare to close its doors next week, and two Warren County schools hosting their spring theatre productions next week.
Today, Gary discusses negotiations on renewable energy in the City of Glens Falls. Also, Lake George’s new mayor and two new trustees, Glens Falls seeking community input on noise ordinance, Glens Falls School District’s final options for its new mascot, the alleged shooter in the recent Queensbury road rage case offered a plea deal in court, The Post Star Teen Excellence Awards, and the Adirondacks Welcome Center to celebrate International Waffle Day this Saturday.
Today, Gary discusses government action to combat the rise of xylazine overdoses. Also, the Glens Falls Shirt Factory’s “Winter Meltdown Spicy Food Festival,” upcoming bridge work in three Washington County communities, The Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library receives grants for its upcoming “Champlain Canal Stories” project, Six Flags Great Escape to host a job fair this weekend, and a National Vietnam War Veterans Day ceremony at the Saratoga National Cemetery next week.
Today, Gary discusses Lake George Mayor Bob Blais, set to retire at the end of the month, and the legacy he’s left in the community. Also, the Glens Falls Weekend of Champions, opposition to proposed budget cuts in Salem Central School District, longtime Queensbury Historian Marilyn Van Dyke remembered after her passing last week, and the Adirondack Thunder’s upcoming “Stick it to Cancer” weekend.
Today, Gary discusses two upcoming in-person community meetings for Saratoga Biochar Solutions. Also, the Village of Cambridge to vote for mayor/trustees and a potential school capital project, Hudson Headwaters Health Network’s vice president of population health receives a national honor, applications open for the 2023 GEM Fest, Warrensburg to discuss adding school resource officers to the district, and Glens Falls Post Office to host a job fair tomorrow.
Today, Gary discusses local events celebrating St. Patrick’s Day–and a reminder to never drink and drive. Also, three local schools to host job fairs in the coming weeks, Fort Ann’s upcoming vote for mayor and trustee, and Mark Tolstrup and Jill Burnham coming to The Strand Theatre this Sunday.
Today, Gary discusses the latest updates in the process of redistricting the City of Glens Falls. Also, the recent work of Queensbury School’s Best Buddies program, a proposed law regarding short-term rental properties in Chestertown, Greater Glens Falls Transit seeking drivers for summer trolleys, Dr. John Rugge honored for his contributions to the Adirondack region, and Argyle Central School District to hold presentations from its final two candidates for Superintendent.
Today, Gary discusses the proposal for the Capital District Transit Authority’s acquisition of Greater Glens Falls Transit, and what it would cost local taxpayers. Also, power outages caused by yesterday’s snow storm, scholarships offered by the Glens Falls Zonta Club, the DEC’s call for summer workers, the status of a proposed merger study between Johnsburg and Minerva school districts, and the upcoming ADK Tabletop Day.
Today, Gary discusses the regional Odyssey of the Mind competition held on Saturday. Also, Queensbury Union Free School District to receive funding for classroom technology upgrades, various proposals for quality of life improvements in Lake George, two more community meetings set for Saratoga Biochar Solutions, the Burlington, VT city assessor’s plans for a Lake George motel, and Glens Falls Brewfest returning for its 13th year.
Today, Gary discusses the upcoming return of Amtrak’s Adirondack Line. Also, a Winter Storm Warning in effect until Wednesday morning, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand visits Glens Falls to discuss aid for veterans, the Village of Cambridge set to receive funding for a new sewer collection system and treatment plan, Saratoga County’s online tax foreclosed property auction, and the 29th annual Bands n’ Beans festival coming to Lake George this month.
Today, Gary discusses the state of the Aviation Mall, and possible plans for its future. Also, a talk held in honor of International Women’s Day, the leader of the Adirondack Council to step down this summer, and a look at some events happening this weekend, and early next week: a H.O.P.E. adoption clinic, the Wood Theater’s Rock Gallery, and SUNY Adirondack’s Battle of the Books.
Today, Gary discusses Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District offering grants to anyone looking to embark on pro-environment projects. Also, an alert on Northway lane closures, a Lake George-based nonprofit created by one young child with a goal of helping others, Warrensburg’s Town Historian working to create easier access to centuries’ worth of information, Washington County officials call attention to overdose-related deaths in the region, and SUNY Adirondack’s first ever Retro Nerd Fest coming next month.
Today, Gary discusses Hilary Stec, the newly appointed Queensbury supervisor-at-large. Also, Glens Falls moves forward with a merger between Greater Glens Falls Transit and the Capital District Transportation Authority, a local business coming up on 40 years of service, new short-term rental apartments to appear in Downtown Glens Falls, funding awarded for trail construction on French Mountain, and the third annual Up Yonda Maple Festival set for next weekend.
Today, Gary discusses some proposed parking plans for the City of Glens Falls. Also, Queensbury Union Free School District breaks ground on its new sports field, the location formerly known for Birch Bark Eatery to become an Airbnb, Warrensburg High alumni sought for the school’s upcoming spring concert, and Warren County holding a community engagement forum on recycling next week.
Today, Gary discusses this year’s South High Marathon Dance, as well as the origins of the event–dating back 45 years. Also, a judge’s ruling in the proposal of using a herbicide on Lake George, The Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Lunch With Legislators event, new details on the Moreau United political party, a local historian’s new YouTube series, and donations sought for a Lake George Food Pantry.
Today, Gary discusses stories of Ukrainian refugees in the Glens Falls community. Also, the results of the Adirondack United girls hockey team’s inaugural season, findings of the Aviation/Quaker Road traffic study, and Glens Falls Restaurant Week kicking off this Sunday.
Today, Gary discusses updates on the Glens Falls Housing Authority’s redevelopment projects. Also, Massie’s Restaurant in South Glens Falls takes a temporary hiatus, response to State proposals for revenues of the 340B Prescription Drug Program, Washington County denies a resolution to exempt Amish populations from state building codes, the Turning Point District Level Pinewood Derby returns to the Aviation Mall this weekend, and The Strand Theatre to put on a show in support of musician and recording engineer Alan Dunham.
March on! ‘Tis the first of March, and today, Gary Scott discusses a hearing on the use of the herbicide ProcellaCOR EC in the waters of Lake George. Also, SUNY Adirondack adds a new IT training program, potential new plans for apartments on the property of the Wilton Mall, proposals on whether or not to allow e-bikes on the Warren County Bikeway, the final weekend for the Lake George Ice Castles, and Marlene Osier coming to the Strand Theatre this weekend.
Today, Gary discusses the candidates in the running for Queensbury At-Large Supervisor, among other town board positions. Also, the City of Glens Falls revamps its social media presence, Bolton Landing receives grants to build a rec center at its Veterans Memorial Park, candidates emerge in the race for seats on the Moreau Town Board, a weekly collaborative event for local artists looking to expand, and the Rock the Dock Music Festival returning to Lake George this summer.
Today, Gary discusses traffic safety studies in both Glens Falls and Queensbury. Also, the Village of Lake George’s appearance on the “Today” show, a local Kettlebell workout gym offering classes in South Glens Falls, Lake George Village septic rates to increase next month, and a historical reenactment event at Fort Ticonderoga this weekend.
Today, Gary discusses the goals of the new Moreau United political party. Also, Washington County’s 2023 Winterfest cancelled, events on the schedule for the final weekend of the Lake George Winter Carnival, a profile on Glens Falls DPW Superintendent Tom Girard, and some controversy involving a waste company working with Saratoga Biochar Solutions.
Today, Gary discusses a study showing a decline in enrollment at Glens Falls City Schools. Also, the Ice Castles in Lake George reopen for the weekend, while Fire & Ice in Glens Falls is cancelled once again, Glens Falls announces an upcoming lifeguard training program, Hovey Pond Park partially closes for construction, a new art gallery set to open in Chestertown, and the DEC issues some tips on avalanche awareness for those going up into the mountains.
Today, Gary discusses four new patrol officers sworn into the Glens Falls Police Department. Also, Lake George proposes a new law regarding storefront windows, South Glens Falls takes action on a problem house, Ticonderoga Downtown Arts Gallery’s “Faces of the Future” exhibit, and The Park Theater’s “Music & Technology” program.
Today, Gary discusses the EPA’s meeting regarding the Sterigenics medical equipment sterilization facility. Also, the Queensbury Union Free School District to offer free breakfast for the rest of the school year, new candidates in the running for Lake George Village Trustee, Matthew Taormino honored as Distinguished President of the Glens Falls Kiwanis Club, and the Slate Valley Museum’s upcoming Ethnic Bread and Soup Night.
Today, Gary discusses updates in the ongoing story of New York’s new school mascot mandate: with new developments in Cambridge and Glens Falls. Also, the Red Cross holding a blood drive at the Aviation Mall, an upcoming webinar on Cyber Security, the Glens Falls High School Bowling team, and an award-winning play coming to The Strand Theatre.
Today, Gary discusses the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), as well as some common myths about what it is and how it works. Also, a winter weather advisory in effect for the day, this weekend’s plans at the Lake George Winter Carnival, a new safety device tested during an ice rescue drill, Lake George set to be the subject of a segment on Monday morning’s NBC “Today” show, and a Nashville-based band coming to play some tunes in Lake George this weekend.
Today, Gary discusses new steps toward the future of all-electric heating and cooling. Also, a Queensbury man wins an international speech contest, a group of Washington County breweries holding a special President’s Day Weekend beer crawl, discussion of next steps for Ticonderoga EMS, updates in the design phase for LED streetlights in Warrensburg, and the Chapman Museum announces its schedule of special events for the month of March.
Today, Gary discusses a safety warning for those wishing to get out on the ice. Also, the Cambridge School Board reviews an upcoming capital project vote, another weekend of Fire & Ice cancelled due to weather, plans for a senior housing project in Lake George, and the EPA sets a public meeting regarding emissions from a Kingsbury facility.
Today, Gary Scott celebrates Valentine’s Day with his one true love: work. He’s got the story on the lineup for the 2023 Adirondack Theatre Festival, and also, New York State Police decommission the Northway Call Box System, the Johnsburg Town Board appoints a new interim supervisor, and a Warren County Assistant District Attorney receives a special honor.
Today, Gary discusses Lake George Village Mayor Bob Blais set to retire next month after 52 years as mayor. Also, registration for the Lake George Hike-A-Thon to open next month, Lake George officials considering the purchase of a new fire truck, a community connections fair at Glens Falls High School, and Ticonderoga’s upcoming End of Winter Festival.
Today, Gary discusses the STOP-DWI campaign for Super Bowl Weekend. Also, Queensbury Town Supervisor John Strough announces his plans to run for reelection, Minerva Central School District appoints a new Superintendent/Principal, The Hyde Collection announces its new CEO, and the NextGen Committee of the Lake George Land Conservancy to host a panel discussion on equity and inclusivity in the Adirondack Park.
Today, Gary discusses the Village of Fort Edward moving forward with the dissolution of its police department. Also, the Ice Castles closed today due to weather, a potential location for a new Taco Bell in Queensbury, a solution to North Creek’s troubles of sidewalk snow, and SUNY Adirondack announces the lineup for its Spring 2023 Writers Project.
Today, Gary discusses a local community activist targeted by a Facebook hacking scheme. Also, a basketball referee saved by an AED unit, Dunham’s Bay Resort sold and rebranded, and the Lake George Volunteer Fire Department remembering one of its former leaders, who sadly passed away last week.
Today, Gary discusses the announcement of beneficiaries for this year’s South High Marathon Dance. Also, scholarship opportunities offered by The Grishkot Foundation, The Lake Champlain Lake George Regional Planning Board awarded $320k for comprehensive safety action plans, and the Slate Valley Museum’s upcoming “Sip & Paint on Slate” series.
Kicking off a new week, Gary Scott’s got a special story on Five Towers Media: a new merger between Five Towers Design Company and Spa City Digital. In other news, Crandall Pond and Moreau Lake State Park both open their frozen waters to ice enthusiasts, Protect the Adirondacks Selects Claudia Braymer as their new Deputy Director, and a new restaurant coming to the intersection of Routes 9L and 149.
Today, Gary discusses Washington County seeking new families interested in fostering. Also, the Aviation Mall Planet Fitness announces some upcoming additions, a proposal for use of a controversial herbicide returns to Lake George, and a Lake George Village Trustee honored as citizen of the year.
Today, Gary discusses Project Lifesaver: a program pioneered to protect people affected by certain cognitive impairments. Also, The Fun Spot plans a benefit to support the South High Marathon Dance, the Albany man accused of killing two in a motorcycle crash pleads guilty, a community solar project in the town of Kingsbury under review, Warren County issues a warning for unregistered short-term rental properties, and a new Italian-American restaurant opens in Downtown Glens Falls.
Triple digits! 100 episodes in, and Gary Scott is ready for 100 more. Kicking off the month of February, he discusses the SMSA Regional Catholic School’s celebration of 140 years in the community. Also, South Glens Falls High School’s 22-A-Day Push-Up Challenge, potential plans for a new WellNow Urgent Care facility at the former site of Gambles Bakery, The Mental Health Association seeking to expand its Ticonderoga facility, and the Glens Falls Fire & Ice event postponed due to weather.
Closing out the first month of 2023, Gary discusses the Alliance for the Senior Care Communities seeking state support for the recent inflation in nursing home costs. Other stories discussed: the Town of Hartford facing a crisis in highway department staffing, Warren County’s plans to sponsor training for interested CDL drivers, and the town of Hague’s upcoming Winter Weekend.
Today, Gary discusses updates in the proposal to build townhomes at the former site of Mead’s Nursery. Also, The Special Olympics Super Regional Winter Classic returns to West Mountain, Moreau Community Center seeking donations of quilts and blankets for students participating in the South High Marathon Dance, Washington County’s proposals for $100k in relief funding, and a new African American art exhibit at The Hyde Collection.
Today, Gary discusses the 61st Annual Lake George Winter Carnival set to begin next weekend. Also, Crandall Public Library seeking work for a new art show, Salem’s elementary school principal resigns, the village of Schuylerville’s annual Winterfest, and a free ski day at West Mountain scheduled for tomorrow.
Today, Gary discusses six individuals who have submitted letters of intent to run for the Queensbury Supervisor-At-Large seat after Rachel Seeber’s resignation. Also, The Chapman Museum announces its programs for the month of February, Senator Dan Stec announces DRI funding coming to Ticonderoga and Waddington, the Warren County Office of Emergency Services unveils its new app, and the Adirondack Theatre Festival announces its “Beatles Bash” benefit concert.
Today, Gary discusses talks of merging the Greater Glens Falls Transit System into the Capital District Transit Authority. Also, an employee of Warren County Social Services receives a special honor, the Glens Falls City School Board receives updates on potential changes to the school’s reading curriculum, and the African American Film Forum set to return for its 24th year at Crandall Public Library next month.
Today, Gary discusses the housing shortage facing Warren County and the surrounding regions. Also, Warren County DPW’s youngest employee, the upcoming “Fire & Ice” event in Glens Falls, and the unseasonably “warm” temperatures that have once again delayed the opening of Lake George’s Ice Castles.
Today, Gary discusses the defense attorney from Hudson Falls hired to represent actor Alec Baldwin in his trial for involuntary manslaughter. Also, a new Career Mentoring Program in Warren County, Johnsburg Town Supervisor Andrea Hogan’s announced resignation, a New Jersey man who allegedly damaged local vehicles with a machete, and Warren County Clerk Pam Vogel’s announcement that she will not seek re-election.
Today, Gary discusses Glens Falls Mayor Bill Collins’ State of the City Address. Also, the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport in Queensbury opens a history exhibit, Johnsburg and Minerva school districts consider a merger study, the Shoreline Restaurant in Lake George begins the process of rebranding, and Southern Adirondack Independent Living announces their new executive director.
Today, Gary discusses the Queensbury Town Board seeking a new supervisor-at-large following Rachel Seeber’s departure. Also, SUNY Adirondack appoints a new Chief Diversity Officer, a Hadley Vietnam veteran receives a posthumous honor, the Warrensburg Town Board seeks grant funding for the demolition of the town’s former highway garage, and the Red Cross holding a blood drive at the Aviation Mall tomorrow.
Today, Gary discusses Glens Falls Mayor Bill Collins’ response to criticisms from the community. Also, the Cambridge Board of Education sets a date for the vote on a potential capital project, the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce announces the recipient of the 34th Annual J. Walter Juckett Community Service Award, the man charged in a fatal motorcycle crash seeks to have the grand jury indictment against him thrown out, and a ceremony held in Glens Falls to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Today, Gary discusses a local theatre company for people with disabilities. Also, Bay and Ridge Streets in Glens Falls are surveyed for potential bike lanes, a new invasive vine species noted in the Adirondacks, the Village of Fort Edward seeking grant funding for building redevelopment, and a former Queensbury High School student who has now written her fifth novel.
Today, Gary discusses the Glens Falls Police Department investigating a string of attempted armed robberies. Also, New Way Lunch on South Street reopens, The Hyde Collection appoints a new curator of the permanent collection, the new Route 61 bridge over the Battenkill River opens, and the annual Kiwanis Club Duck Race set to return to the Adirondack Thunder’s Pucks for Paws night.
Today, Gary discusses warnings from Warren County to stay off of frozen lakes until temperatures drop, and the ice becomes thicker. Also, the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce announces four new members to their board of directors, a construction company seeking zoning changes to build residential units at a former commercial site, Hiland Park Country Club opens its golf course until the next big snowstorm, and the Battenkill Chorale’s “Winter’s Night” concerts planned for this weekend.
Today, Gary discusses updates in the ongoing story of Glens Falls City School District’s search for a new mascot. Also, a man rescued after falling through the ice on Glen Lake, a Lake George resort acquired by new owners, an invasive insect species appears around Lake George and Queensbury, and Crandall Public Library’s upcoming used book sale.
Today, Gary discusses the FISU Winter World University Games arriving in the Adirondacks. Also, an update in the story of a Warrensburg town employee elected to also serve on the town board, Glens Falls High School’s plan to add Unified Bowling to its sports program, a new School Resource Officer coming to the Glens Falls School District, and Fort Edward issues a boil water alert during repairs of a town water line.
Today, Gary discusses Warrensburg Town Supervisor Kevin Geraghty’s re-election for chairman of the Warren County Board of Supervisors. Also, a new entrepreneur’s plans for a classic Lake George resort, a Greenwich man arrested following a missing child investigation, and the Queensbury Senior Center’s upcoming Medicare 101 event.
Today, Gary discusses the local impacts of a nationwide shortage in veterinary services. Also, an update on the 16 neglected dogs rescued in Salem last month, the new head pro at Glens Falls Country Club, a new local child care center with a unique twist, and the City of Glens Falls sends out water bills for the first quarter of the year.
Today, Gary discusses new charges brought against the man accused of shooting another man in the Queensbury Walmart parking lot. Also, the Lake George Ice Castles face potential delays due to weather, the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce welcomes its newest team member, and Great Camp Sagamore announces two “Sagamore Snow Day” events for this winter.
Today, Gary discusses the upcoming free Winter Weekends at Camp Santanoni. Also, Argyle Supervisor Robert Henke takes up the post of chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, a hiker rescued after collapsing on an Adirondack trail, a Whitehall woman arrested on drug possession charges, and WSWHE BOCES offering two open houses this month.
Today, Gary discusses new organizations recommended for Warren County’s ARPA funding. Also, the trails at Cole’s Woods reopen, students and faculty of Paul Smith’s College travelling to Nepal, the Adirondack Thunder’s victory on New Year’s Eve, and the Funky Ice Fest returning to the Adirondack Brewery.
Today, Gary discusses the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council’s first art exhibits of the year. Also, Glens Falls 3rd Ward Supervisor Claudia Braymer seeks the Warren County Board of Supervisors Chair position, while Lake George Trustee Ray Perry runs for the mayoral post, and finally, a segment of the Feeder Canal Towpath Trail expected to remain closed throughout much of the year.
Happy New Year! To kick off 2023, Gary Scott has the story on a new “No Wrong Turn” policy introduced among various local community support agencies. Other stories to open up the year: the retirement of the executive director for the Feeder Canal Alliance, a local law regarding the Warrensburg town board which failed to pass, a local beneficiary selected for the Bloomin’ 4 Good program, and a look at the big events planned for this year’s Lake George Winter Carnival.
Today, Gary discusses the childcare crisis in Ticonderoga being addressed by the community. Also, a defenseman for the Adirondack Thunder selected in the ECHL’s All-Star Classic, Glens Falls Mayor Bill Collins appoints a new part-time judge, and Queensbury Hotel prepares for its annual New Year’s Eve celebration.
Today, Gary discusses the suspect in last week’s Hudson Falls bank robbery appearing in court. Also, three house fires extinguished over the weekend, a local pizza shop receiving donations to help those in need, trails in Cole’s Woods closed due to storm damage, and the Strand Theatre hosting a free movie showing tomorrow night.
Today, Gary discusses the City of Glens Falls resuming parking enforcement throughout the city. Also, Glens Falls High School is visited by “Glenzilla,” local restaurant Morgan and Co. provides lunch for the entire staff of the Glens Falls Police Department, the annual New Year’s Day Polar Plunge coming to Lake George this weekend, and officials for the Ice Castles in Lake George warning of potential ticket scams.
Today, Gary discusses the Christmas Eve Road March in Glens Falls. Also, challenges facing the redevelopment of the Mount McGregor Correctional Facility, an incident involving marijuana found at Johnsburg High School, and the Whitehall community remembering their resident Santa Claus, who sadly passed away this month.
Today, Gary discusses sixteen neglected dogs rescued from a home in Salem. Also, an update to the possible reuse of the Moriah Shock Incarceration Facility, the DEC’s “First Day Hikes” set for New Year’s Day, a new member to the Johnsburg town board, and Saratoga Arts seeking submissions from local artists.
Today, Gary discusses a Ukrainian refugee family returning to the Glens Falls area. Also, the Village of Greenwich set to receive federal funding for a new wastewater treatment plant, a rise in theft of used cooking oil, Revolution Rail Company’s purchase of the Saratoga and North Creek Railway, and the Open Door Mission’s new Men’s Shelter.
Today, Gary discusses the dismissal of an indictment in a fatal hit-and-run trial. Also, an arrest has been made in connection with this week’s TD Bank robbery, the Lehigh Cement plant in Glens Falls announces the timeline for its closure next year, and a cat was reunited with its owner recently after five months of being missing.
Today, Gary discusses a robbery at the TD Bank on Main Street in Hudson Falls. Also, a fire burns down the home of Queensbury’s former Town Supervisor, Warren County announces recipients of its new ARPA funding, South Glens Falls High School announces their next Marathon Dance, and the Village of Fort Edward issues a boil water notice for residents of certain streets.
Today, Gary discusses local concerns around a solar farm proposed for Fort Edward’s grasslands. Also, local marijuana company Etain is sold to Canadian investors, the ADK Food Hub in Tupper Lake receives USDA grant funding, a new consignment shop opens on South St. in Glens Falls, and the Lake George Association hires a new Development Manager.
It’s another Monday, and to kick off the week, Gary discusses new updates to the security resources at Glens Falls City School District. Other stories from the weekend include power outages caused by Friday’s snowstorm, the recipients of the Common Roots Foundation’s community grants, and a panel discussing the feats of Gen. Henry Knox scheduled in Lake George tonight.
Today, Gary discusses updates to the local laws regarding cannabis retailers in Queensbury. Also, Glens Falls City School District weighs in on the state’s new mascot mandate, the Lake George Land Conservancy purchases new properties around Indian Brook, the “Meet Lake George” tourism resource website relaunches, and the HOPE Holiday Gift Boutique comes to Glens Falls High School. Finally, Lake George conservation icon Jeff Killeen has sadly passed away.
Today, Gary discusses new proposals for the former Moriah Shock Incarceration Facility. Also, the City of Glens Falls prepares to enter “Full Winter Mode,” Warren County names a new temporary tourism director, a Glens Falls high school athlete honored as Goalkeeper of the Year, and the Warren County Sheriff’s Office warns residents of a local phone scam.
Today, Gary discusses a shortage of bus drivers in Glens Falls, resulting in some alterations to the city’s bus routes. Also, SUNY Adirondack announces four new members to its Board of Trustees, Richard Schermerhorn plans a new housing development in Lake George, and New York State Police prepare to crack down on impaired driving through the holiday season.
Today, Gary discusses an upcoming vote on a renovation project at Fort Ann Central School District. Also, Park & Elm hosts a grand opening for their restaurant space, an update in the ongoing story of Cambridge Central School District’s mascot, and Warren County seeking input from residents in its revision of the Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Today, Gary discusses an upcoming vote on a renovation project at Fort Ann Central School District. Also, Park & Elm hosts a grand opening for their restaurant space, an update in the ongoing story of Cambridge Central School District’s mascot, and Warren County seeking input from residents in its revision of the Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Today, Gary discusses the first public hearing set for Saratoga Biochar Solutions. Also, BOCES receives a boost for one of its adult education programs, the Warren County ARPA Advisory Committee suggests more funding for Glens Falls Hospital’s mental health services, and a grant brings new plants to Hudson Crossing Park.
Today, Gary discusses The Adirondack Mountain Club’s 2023 100-Mile Challenge. Also, roadwork completes on a section of Bay Road, The Warren County Sheriff’s Office announces an arrest in connection with last month’s Cumberland Farms Robbery, and The Glens Falls Collaborative set to host Glens Falls Ladies’ Night tonight.
Today, Gary discusses the approval of Lake George Central School District’s proposal for a new bus garage. Also, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office warns residents of a potential scammer in the area, the Town and Village of Lake George address water supply concerns, and The Long Horn Restaurant and Pub holds a fundraiser to benefit one of their employees.
Today, Gary discusses the Bill Gates Diner set to make its grand return to the Town of Bolton. Also in the news, some exciting plans for next year’s Lake George Music Festival, the Michelle Bennett Memorial Basketball Tournament at Queensbury High School, and Warren County 4-H opens submissions for its annual pet photo contest.
Also, Gary apologizes for the sound of his voice. It was a very long day.
To start off the week, Gary discusses proposed redistricting plans for the City of Glens Falls. Also, The Queensbury Hotel put up a life-sized gingerbread house in their lobby, the Adirondacks Welcome Center has entered into a statewide holiday decoration contest, and the Glens Falls Police Department honored a retiring patrol officer, and also made toy donations for local children in the spirit of the holidays.
Happy Friday! Today, Gary looks back at last week’s Glens Falls “Gobble Wobble” 5K on Thanksgiving to benefit The Open Door Mission. Other stories include an opening date set for the Park & Elm restaurant space, volunteers from National Grid helping to decorate the Ronald McDonald Family Retreat at Krantz Cottage in Lake George, and North Country Subaru’s “Learning Love” event with donations to Jackson Heights Elementary School.
December is here, and to kick off 2022’s final month, Gary discusses the beginning of construction on the Champlain Hudson Power Express transmission line. There’s also been an update in the shooting incident in the parking lot of Queensbury’s Walmart, with one man arrested and charged. The former superintendent of the New York State Police has been hired at the Warren County Public Defender’s Office, while Queensbury At-Large Supervisor Rachel Seeber has resigned from her position with the County. Finally, a Schenectady teen hiker was rescued after getting lost on an Adirondack High Peak.
Today, Gary discusses an upcoming job fair for communities in the northern area of Warren County. Also in the news: a look at The Sunflower Collection at The Shirt Factory, New York State’s recent acquisition of 17 acres around Thirteenth Lake, a new state-of-the-art memory care center coming to Queensbury and the heated igloos at The Queensbury Hotel’s Park 26 restaurant open and available for reservation.
Today, Gary discusses Giving Tuesday: the Tuesday after Thanksgiving which is recognized as a day to support nonprofit organizations and charities. Also in the news: a shooting in the parking lot of Queensbury’s Walmart, the Lake George Arts Project seeking artists for their 2024 exhibition, and public access Narcan kits coming to Upstate NY.
It’s Monday again and to start off the week, Gary discusses Officer Thomas Pratt of the Glens Falls Police Department receiving special Drug Recognition Expert certification. Also in the news: a record-breaking turnout for Christ Church United Methodist’s Hometown Thanksgiving, Johnsburg’s upcoming town-wide holiday festival, and the 31st annual Festival of Trees at the Queensbury Hotel.
Today, Gary discusses two workers injured with severe burns after an explosion. Other stories include Cerrone Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning currently seeking hard-working plumbers, a man arrested following a domestic dispute and a burglary, and a look ahead to the region’s many holiday tree-lighting ceremonies.
Happy Thanksgiving! For today’s Morning Brief, Gary discusses local food pantries working hard to keep food stocked amid struggles with inflation and the supply chain. Other stories include a woman and her two dogs rescued after getting lost while hiking, and the town of Johnsburg’s plans to upgrade its water systems.
Today, Gary discusses a former NSA executive selected as the next Warren County Administrator. Also in the news: Saratoga’s upcoming Festival of Trees, Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Supporting Tourism Around the Region (S.T.A.R.) Awards, and four Queensbury high school athletes honored in a Commitment Day ceremony.
Today, Gary discussed the New York State Department of Education’s ruling that any school with a Native American-themed mascot will be required to find a replacement by the end of the school year. Also in the news: Park & Elm’s open house this past weekend, North Country ARTS unveils their “Celebration Exhibit,” and new ideas proposed for the old Rexleigh Marble Mill along the Batten Kill.
It’s another Monday, and to open up this holiday week, Gary discusses Saratoga Biochar Solutions now being required to hold a public hearing to discuss their planned carbon-fertilizer plant in Moreau. Also in the news: New York State prepares to crack down on drunk driving through Thanksgiving, West Mountain announces its new RFID card system while Gore Mountain opens ahead of schedule, and Lake George’s “Lite Up the Village” festival kicks off this weekend.
Today, Gary discusses the unexpected resignation of Warren County’s Tourism Director. Also in the news: a local high school student set to join a Division I Women’s Wrestling team, and a new bagel shop coming to South Street in Glens Falls. Finally, Gary gives a rundown on some fun events coming to the area this weekend: a ballet company with two unique performances, School of Rock: The Musical, and the South Glens Falls Holiday Parade.
Today, Gary discusses Lehigh Cement’s plans to close its Glens Falls plant. Also in the news: a local artist releasing his second children’s book, Aldi stores offering a special promotion for the Thanksgiving season, a man arrested for DWI, and The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council’s Holiday Shop opening this weekend.
Today, Gary discusses The Chapman Museum Wine & Chocolate Tasting event hosted by the Queensbury Hotel. Also in the news: an injured hiker rescued from Buck Mountain, Krystal Chrysler’s grand opening of their Warrensburg location, a Schroon man arrested for property damage, and Glens Falls City Hall now offering a limited number of free COVID test kits.
Today, Gary discusses a Chestertown woman honored for saving the lives of two men on a fishing cruise. He also gives a quick warning about the upcoming snow expected in the region, and discusses Trey Anastasio Band & Goose performing at the Cool Insuring Arena, Park & Elm opening the deli/market portion of the restaurant, The Open Door Mission’s Code Blue shelter opening, and a dog rescued at the Champlain Canal.
Gary Scott flies solo to bring you the most important news from the weekend. The top story: the Hometown Thanksgiving dinner at Christ Church United Methodist returning in-person for the first time since the pandemic.
Other stories include the Adirondack Thunder’s victory over the Worcester Railers, the Town of Granville’s former town hall building up for auction, Warren County’s new Coordinator of Emergency Medical Services, a South Glens Falls man sentenced in connection with three separate thefts, and finally, the Victorian Streetwalk Weekend returning to Saratoga Springs.
Gary and Kate discuss multiple local ceremonies in honor of Veterans Day. They also discuss an armed robbery in Queensbury, good news for anyone that doesn’t like raking, the “Merge” art exhibition on display at SUNY Adirondack, and a rundown on some events taking place in Glens Falls this weekend.
Gary and Kate discuss two pairs of hikers rescued from different mountains around Lake George. Also discussed: Glens Falls High School performing an emergency release drill, Exit 20 of the Northway closed to Southbound traffic, an upcoming “Spirits in the trees” community celebration event, and a local musician paying tribute to the one and only Johnny Cash.
Gary is joined by new co-host Kate Haggerty to discuss SUNY Adirondack’s upcoming Veterans Day ceremony. Also discussed: the “Go Play With Your Food” board game tavern coming to Glens Falls, the Queensbury tree selected for Rockefeller Center’s holiday display, and grant funding being awarded by the Granville Community Foundation.
Gary & Dylan discuss the South Glens Falls Varsity Field Hockey Team advancing to the State Championship. Also discussed: Adirondack Winery announces the total amount they raised in support of breast cancer research last month, National Grid begins scheduled gas line maintenance in Glens Falls, the Slate Valley Festival of Trees returning to Granville, and SUNY Adirondack developing a new degree program in computer security.
Gary & Dylan discuss the construction of the new Adirondack Rail Trail. Also discussed: Queensbury Union Free School District hosting a forum to discuss possible renovations, the final sweep of yard debris pickup in Glens Falls, the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce and Glens Falls National Bank hosting a presentation on regional economic conditions, and a mystery gravestone unearthed by St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church in South Glens Falls.
Gary & Dylan discuss the Warren County Department of Social Services now accepting Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) applications. Also discussed: the Glens Falls Farmers Market moving indoors for the winter, a mammoth tooth on display at the Warren County Historical Society, the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce now accepting nominations for their annual community service award, and the completion of renovations at the Glens Falls Hudson Headwaters facility.
Gary & Dylan discuss a local puppy adoption center in Argyle. Also discussed: a wildfire near Lake George, a Veterans Day fundraiser coming to Atlas Jiu Jitsu, two injured hikers rescued from the Adirondacks, and updates involving two of the suspects in the Calamity Jane’s gun store theft.
Gary & Dylan discuss plans to construct a new transportation facility for the Lake George Central School District. Also discussed: a New York Times bestselling author coming to SUNY Adirondack, Washington County’s upcoming sessions for adoption information, Rockefeller Center’s announcement that this year’s Christmas tree will come from Queensbury, and the Queensbury hotel’s project to install radiant heating in their outdoor restaurant patio.
Gary & Dylan discuss Owl Pen Books in Greenwich being added to New York’s Historic Business Preservation Registry. Also discussed: the Adirondack Thunder’s home opener on Saturday, a trunk-or-treat event held by the Warren County Sheriff’s Office, Fort William Henry’s plans to renovate The Carriage House, a fatal car crash in South Glens Falls under investigation, and the Warren County Historical Society’s plans to host free memoir writing classes this month.
Gary & Dylan discuss a Hadley woman charged for alleged involvement in the Jan. 6th, 2021 riot at the United States Capitol Building. Also discussed: repairs to The Shoppe Off Broadway in Salem provided by Lowe’s, a safety check at Glens Falls City School District, the Glens Falls Symphony’s new piece inspired by Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain, and an infestation of an invasive insect species discovered in Moreau Lake State Park.
Gary & Dylan discuss actor George Takei’s visit to Glens Falls. Also discussed: The Adirondack Thunder visited Albany’s Ronald McDonald House, a new downtown mural to honor the history of Glens Falls, a scarecrow contest held by the Warren, Washington & Albany Counties ARC, and Governor Hochul’s announcement on increased police enforcement for Halloween weekend.
Gary & Dylan discuss the approval of site plans for two solar farms at the Warren County Airport. Also discussed: Warrensburg voters approve a $13.5 million capital project for the school district, Lake George homeowners can once again request assistance in septic system maintenance, Martha’s Dandee Creme was ranked among Tripadvisor’s best quick eats in the United States, and a Board Game Tavern will be coming to Downtown Glens Falls next year.
Gary & Dylan discuss this weekend’s “Haunted Barn Bash” being held at Lakota’s Farm. Also discussed: a Whitehall judge suspended, police investigating an incident of shots fired in Queensbury, Cambridge and Greenwich apply for the NY Forward program, the Queensbury girls’ soccer team lose their game against Burnt Hills, and National Drug Take-Back day happening this Saturday.
Gary & Dylan discuss the new “BooTown” Halloween festival in Fort Ann. Also discussed: five suspects arrested in connection with the Calamity Jane’s gun store burglary, the Batten Kill Railroad celebrates its 40th anniversary, a man accused of crashing into an ambulance, and over four thousand trout released into three lower Adirondack bodies of water.
Gary & Dylan discuss the Special Olympics New York Fall Games held on Saturday. Also discussed: the “Malloween” trick-or-treating event coming to the Aviation Mall, SPoT Coffee raising money in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Warren County Municipal Center’s participation in Operation Green Light, and a local gun store broken into and burglarized.
Gary & Dylan discuss the annual “Petal it Forward” campaign celebrated in Downtown Glens Falls. Also discussed: country singer Billy Gilman coming to the Charles R. Wood Theatre, North Creek approves the creation of a sewer district, three people accused of possessing counterfeit money, and The Strand Theatre’s upcoming Halloween-themed film screenings.
Gary & Dylan discuss the Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health’s new Law Enforcement Addictions and Mental Health Referral System. Also discussed: the Agricultural Stewardship Association accepting pre-applications for the state farmland protection program, preparations for Lake George’s Ice Castle winter attraction, a Greenfield woman pleaded guilty in connection with a fatal car crash, and a Cambridge restaurant closed as it seeks out new ownership.
Gary & Dylan discuss secrets uncovered during renovations of a 200-year-old building in Glens Falls. Also discussed: a ski gear swap coming to West Mountain, an upcoming blood drive at the Aviation Mall, Fort William Henry’s Veterans Day ceremony, and a new art project in Downtown Glens Falls.
Gary & Dylan discuss new air purifiers installed in five local schools. Also discussed: the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train expected to make multiple local stops this winter, a man arrested for DWI twice in one day, a paving worker injured on the job, the ongoing debate over Cambridge Central School District’s mascot, and the WAIT House’s upcoming annual meeting.
Gary & Dylan discuss the Capital Region APA Pool League’s new division in Glens Falls, a traffic stop which led to the arrest of two women, the Young Eagles Day coming to Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport next weekend, and the properties announced for the Warren County Real Property Tax Services Office auction.
In this episode, Gary and Dylan discuss a student-organized petition at SUNY Adirondack, the retirement of Glens Falls Country Club Head Pro Tom Haggerty, and Queensbury’s inaugural Wizard Fest. Also discussed are two new construction projects in the city of Glens Falls, and the South Queensbury Fire Department’s upcoming Craft and Vendor Fair.
In this episode, Gary & Dylan discuss the Adirondack Marathon, the arrest of a nurse’s aide for assault, a Glens Falls man charged with robbery, and a Queensbury man sentenced for child sexual assault. Also discussed are Warren County’s coronavirus vaccine clinic scheduled for tomorrow, and the reopening of the Bay Road bridge over Halfway Brook in Queensbury.
In this episode, Gary & Dylan discuss the Downtown Glens Falls Walk for Veteran Suicide Awareness and Prevention, the arrest of former Lake Luzerne trustee Mark McLain, the new funding for the Warren County Bikeway, and the upcoming Senior Expo at Heritage Hall inside Cool Insuring Arena.
Gary Scott & Dylan McGlynn discuss the results of the Lake George Village dissolution vote, a security incident at Glens Falls School District, and the return of the Special Olympics to the City of Glens Falls.
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