Queensbury, NY, Sep 26, 2012 — Tuesday night's congressional debate in Queensbury ranged over a wide range of topics, but the issue that ignited the candidates and the crowd was health care. Republican Matt Doheny argued for repealing the Affordable Care Act and warned that the Democratic reform measure was "anti-constitutional."
That sparked a fierce reaction from Democrat Bill Owens, Green Party Candidate Donald Hassig and from the audience at Queensbury High School. Go to full article
Queensbury, NY, Sep 26, 2012 — As well as the 21st District Congressional race, debates Tuesday night in Queensbury focused on state Assembly races. The 113th district includes part of the Glens Falls area and Washington County, and the 114th district includes chunks of Warren and Essex Counties, in the southeastern corner of the North Country. Brian Mann spoke to Martha Foley about those races. Go to full article
Tupper Lake, NY, Sep 26, 2012 — A local group that organized in 2009 to reopen Big Tupper Ski Area and to advocate for development of the Adirondack Club and Resort says the popular local destination will not reopen this year.
The group, called ARISE, operated the mountain on a volunteer basis, while waiting for a new resort destination to be built in Tupper Lake.
Albany, NY, Sep 26, 2012 — Both pro- and anti-gay marriage forces are claiming victory after a split primary result in two key Senate races. Meanwhile, Governor Cuomo says two pro-same sex marriage... Go to full article
Sep 26, 2012 — Writers and readers are gathering in Kingston this week for the annual celebration of books and writing. NCPR's book reviewer Betsy Kepes spoke with artistic director Merilyn... Go to full article