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WARREN COUNTY | In the Nov. 5 general election in Warren County, three incumbent supervisors fought off challenges, while Thurman Supervisor Cynthia Hyde lost her re-election bid. Read more

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CHESTERTOWN | In the Town of Chester, two candidates are seeking a four-year term as town supervisor and three are looking to fill two town board seats. Read more

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CHESTERTOWN | Candidates for town of Chester government positions will soon be sharing their qualifications, vision of the municipality’s future, and objectives, with the public. Read more

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WARREN COUNTY | Various positions in town government are up for election this year, and a variety of candidates have filed petitions for the public offices. Read more

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BRANT LAKE — A new educational and social outreach center is coming soon to northern Warren County — with expectations that it will enrich the lives of many northern county residents — thanks to a substantial donation by the Himoff family. Read more

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WARRENSBURG — Regardless of the bolstered state education aid in the recently enacted 2016 state budget, area school districts will likely be facing continued financial pressure in upcoming years, area school district officials predicted this week. Read more

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CHESTERTOWN — It’s a homecoming, of sorts, for Bolton Principal Michele French, announced by the North Warren School Board Monday to be appointed as Superintendent of Schools at the next Board Meeting set for Feb. 8. Read more

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BRANT LAKE— Guests at Jimbo’s Friday night, Jan. 29, were encouraged “Do-Nut Forget Fred,” as they celebrated the retirement of Chester Supervisor Fred Monroe after 24 years in his role, while poking fun at Monroe’s “love affair with doughnuts.” Read more

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LONG LAKE —There were cheers heard in the crowd earlier this month when Gov. Andrew Cuomo, during his combined state of the state and executive budget address, called for the state legislature to end the Gap Elimination Adjustment within two years. Read more

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