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Arrest made in connection with South Glens Falls vandalism spree

SOUTH GLENS FALLS — An arrest has been made in connection with a July vandalism spree that left several businesses along Main Street and Saratoga Avenue damaged. John P. Sgorrano Jr., 27, is facing multiple charges for allegedly damaging six separate storefronts during the July 19 incident. Annie’s Nails, Coopers...
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Two-vehicle crash with injuries on Vermont Route 9, Searsburg

SEARSBURG — Police responded to a two-vehicle crash in Searsburg yesterday. The crash took place on Vermont Route 9, near the intersection of Vermont Route 8 at around 12:30 p.m. According to the report, both drivers and all passengers were transported to Southern Vermont Medical Center for further medical evaluation...
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Catalytic converters stolen in Londonderry

LONDONDERRY — Police are investigating the theft of catalytic converters in Londonderry. Authorities were notified that the items were stolen from West River Auto Parts at around 10:55 a.m. on Friday. Business owner Jonathan Foster told police that several vehicles had their catalytic converters stolen sometime between Monday and Friday.
LONDONDERRY, VT
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Cambridge-Salem pulls away from Granville

GRANVILLE — Clifford Lewis and Alex Luke each scored a pair of touchdowns Saturday to lead Cambridge-Salem to a 34-18 Class D North football victory over Granville. Lewis rushed for 94 yards and two scores on 13 carries for C-S, which finished 2-2 in the division and improved to 4-3 overall. Luke scored on a 10-yard run and a 20-yard pass from Brice Burr. Eli Danio added a late touchdown run for the winners.
GRANVILLE, NY
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Letter to the editor: Take down that ugly beach fence

Who's idea was it to put up the black iron fence around Shepard's Park beach in Lake George? I was appalled when I saw this at the fantastic Lake George's Center for the Arts annual Jazz Festival weekend. How can anyone fence in a natural beauty and landmark with such an ugly, invasive barrier. It looks like a prison or a border patrol divide. Have we come to that, where we can't think of any better alternative than to unintelligently throw up a massive gate to keep people from enjoying the lake? I understand there's been some issues with crowd control and unlimited access to the water, but this was not a thoughtful solution. It is a disrespectful slap in the face of the public who drive from all over NY State, surrounding states and Canada.
LAKE GEORGE, NY
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Powerball third-prize winning ticket worth $50,000 sold in Queensbury

QUEENSBURY — A third-prize ticket worth $50,000 for the Oct. 13 Powerball drawing was purchased in Queensbury, New York Lottery officials have announced. The winning ticket had four matching numbers and the Powerball number. The ticket was purchased at the Cumberland Farms store at on Route 9 in Queensbury. The...
QUEENSBURY, NY
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Ice Castle attraction to Lake George

“A frozen fairy-tale world” of Ice Castles is planned for Lake George Village from January through as late as March 2022. “Weighing up to 25 million pounds each…the castles feature soaring ice towers, shimmering archways, glowing tunnels, glossy walls, roomy caverns and frozen thrones,” touts Ice Castles, a 10-year-old Utah company.
LAKE GEORGE, NY
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Qby. Hotel will break ground: Adk. Ballroom expansion; still eye rooftop bar

Ground breaking is planned Monday, Oct. 18, for the Queensbury Hotel’s 6,000-foot expansion that will triple the size of the Adirondack Ballroom. Currently, hotel general manager Tyler Herrick told The Chronicle, “it’s difficult to do a larger group than 200 people for a wedding” in the Adirondack Room. When expanded,...
QUEENSBURY, NY
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Local teacher named winner of Stewart’s Shops cup decorating contest

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (WWTI) — The winner has been named for the Stewart’s Shops cup decorating contest. Stewart’s Shops announced this week that local teacher Elizabeth Rossback won the convenience store chain’s cup decorating contest for her New York-themed cup. Rossback’s design included the twin bridges, a horse and jockey...

Take a golden hike with Cooper, a golden retriever

MANCHESTER, Vt. (NEWS10) – NEWS10’s Leaf Peeping series continues with a visit to a scenic town in Vermont named “one of the best small towns for a fall getaway.” Hello Manchester, Vt.! Take in the stunning views of the Green Mountains during a Saturday morning golden hike. What’s a golden hike? Chief Happiness Officer Cooper, […]
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98.3 TRY Social Dilemma: Is It Okay to Brush Your Teeth In the Shower?

98.3 TRY Social Dilemma: Is It Okay to Brush Your Teeth In the Shower?. 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma: Is It Okay to Brush Your Teeth In the Shower?. North Country Report: Canada Street is walking-only for Lake George Oktoberfest. National Grid expects higher heating costs for some. APD therapy dog...
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The Plates Are Piled High With Seafood At The Delicious Moby Rick’s In New York

Looking for a great restaurant in New York in an unexpected location? Moby Rick’s in Saratoga Springs is a real hole in the wall, but it has some incredible food. We love a good pun, so the name had us interested right off the bat, but the delicious food is even better than the name. […] The post The Plates Are Piled High With Seafood At The Delicious Moby Rick’s In New York appeared first on Only In Your State.
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