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In the case of William Langworthy, of Warrensburgh, against Roy J. Hosley, of Schroon Lake, in the Supreme Court at Lake George, a second trial in the case has been concluded. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | Warrensburg High School sports teams have a longstanding reputation of starting out their seasons with more than their share of losses, but achieving solid gains through the ensuing months. Read more

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CHESTERTOWN | A new center where people in the southern Adirondacks will gather to exercise, socialize and perhaps seek counseling or get connected with various life-enhancing services was launched in an auspicious manner May 8. Read more

The Sun

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WARREN COUNTY | Solid pitching and a string of six hits over the first two innings powered Warrensburg to a 10-3 win over Fort Ann May 1. Read more

Sports

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QUEENSBURY | Area assessors are warning homeowners that if they don’t take action to switch how they receive their School Tax Relief (STAR) property tax reduction, they could have their benefit reduced or eliminated altogether. Read more

The Sun

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WARREN COUNTY | The Warrensburg softball team won its first Adirondack League game of the year May 3 as it defeated Granville, 10-3. Read more

Sports

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THURMAN | A multi-talented, generous man prominent in northern Warren County was remembered by neighbors this week following his death May 2 at age 78. Read more

The Sun

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While engaged in slating the roof of Miss May Hurley’s house on Elm Street, Warrensburgh, George Hill, 70, fell from a ladder on Wednesday afternoon, May 5, 1919, and was painfully injured. 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

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Plantings around one’s yard can not only be decorative, but they can also provide nutritious, savory food, according to an upcoming presentation sponsored by Warrensburgh Beautification. Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | While neighboring Lake George Village has been wrangling for years to bankroll and construct a new wastewater treatment plant — estimated to cost $22 million — the Town of Warrensburg is taking action to upgrade their sewer plant... Read more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Richard Feathers II stood in the driveway of his homestead on the side of a hill in rural Lake George Monday, gazing at the charred skeleton of his bi-level house, still smoldering from a blaze that started nearly five hours earlier. Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | A proposed resolution to hire two armed police officers to be on duty daily in Warrensburg’s public schools failed to receive majority support from the Warrensburg school board at their monthly meeting held April 8. Read more

The Sun

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CHESTERTOWN | Jazmin Powell stood on the doorstep of her home on Schroon River Forest Road in Chester and looked at the floodwaters — thigh deep in some places — surrounding her home. Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Brendan Manley has been named director of marketing for Lotus Group of Companies, USA, a local-based group that provides business services, food and beverage, auto parts and repair, and child-care services. Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | The North Country Ministry’s annual Spring Gala will take place Friday, April 26, at The Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls. Read more

The Sun

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In this column, in the March 13 issue of The Sun, I wrote about the historic 1804 Stephen Griffing house, opposite Thurman Station, changing hands after the land had been deeded to the family for 119 years. Read more

Community Columnists

WARRENSBURG | The baseball players of Warrensburg are likely to have a successful season if they continue playing with as much intensity as they have in the 2019 season’s opening week. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | The head wrestling coach at Warrensburg High School has received an award honoring him for years of success with his varsity team. Read more

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This past winter might have possibly been a lot worse, but it is hard indeed to imagine just how much longer and harder it could possibly have been. Read more

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