We’ve watched the threats continually increase over the years. This nation and others have watched as embers of terrorism surface quickly and then fade into memory, almost as quickly as they appeared.
Shared services. Two percent tax cap. Rebate check.
This past March, town officials in Lake George awarded a construction bid for a skateboard park first proposed seven years ago.
We’ve been hearing the trash talk for years now. You poor folks in the newspaper business. The Internet is eating your lunch.
Over the past week, the Denton Publications editorial team has been talking with educators and administrators throughout the region as Common Core testing enters its second week.
I don’t know about you, but I’m certainly not ready for the presidential race. It seems the election cycle never really ends.
Essex County lawmakers have signed off on the sale of alcohol at this year’s county fair.
Living in our free society has many perks and benefits. All too often we never really appreciate how good we have it until we face that unexpected event that could change ones life dramatically.
We all know the tide of opinion regarding marijuana is changing, particularly where its medicinal properties are concerned.
In the world in which we live today, opinions are no longer left at the water cooler, corner bar or on the front porch.
We’ve all heard the warnings from state environmental personnel and local search and rescue officials: Be prepared when entering the backcountry or potentially face dire consequences that could turn an enjoyable trek into a life or death experience.
Life is never easy. That statement is true for all of us, even those who seem to live gifted lives. Everyday life is full of challenges and difficult to understand, frustrating events.
A schism within the hospitality industry has spilled out into the public with the decision by a group of traditional hoteliers to urge Essex County lawmakers to regulate vacation rental units.
President Obama recently floated the idea of making it a mandatory requirement for United States citizens to vote in elections, while speaking to a civic group in Cleveland.
You don’t have to be a New Yorker—or necessarily a sports fan—to have heard of the NCAA’s levying of penalties on Syracuse University men’s football and basketball programs two weeks ago.