MALONE — The Malone Village Board of Trustees went over two memorandums of understanding with Franklin County Public Health over potential points of distribution for COVID-19 vaccines during a meeting Monday evening.
AKWESASNE — Rollout of the Moderna vaccine has arrived at the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe earlier than expected. The Tribe recently received an initial shipment of 200 doses from the Indian Health Organization, officials said.
ALBANY — Questions remained surrounding New York’s record-breaking $15 billion budget deficit Monday after Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s annual State of the State address, which is typically centered around measures for the state’s upcoming budget negotiations.
ALBANY — New Yorkers eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine should prepare to wait several weeks when making an appointment on the state’s online reservation portal that will go live Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday. He also called on the state’s congressional delegation to remove Presi…
MALONE — After a nine-year hiatus from creating their stained-glass maps and a delay in production brought on by the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, the Foothills ARTSociety has finished its third portrait depicting one of Franklin County’s three largest villages.
ALBANY — Senate Republicans will introduce a resolution every day starting next week to curb Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s expanded authority granted last March because of the coronavirus pandemic, lawmakers said, before detailing their priorities for the 2021-22 legislative session.
MALONE — The Franklin County Legislature on Thursday swore in Donald Dabiew, D-Bombay, Gregory Janisewski, D-Chateaugay, Paul Lauzon, D-Fort Covington, and Paul Maroun, R-Tupper Lake, as chairmen and leaders of its board for 2021.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s mother called to check on the New York Democrat within minutes as a mob of hundreds of angry President Donald Trump supporters breached the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, forcing all federal officials, staff and media to take cover.
MALONE — The Malone Village Board of Trustees met with Mary Scharf, president of the Malone Revitalization Foundation, during a Wednesday morning workshop, to discuss a second historic district for the village.
MALONE — After shooting below the century-mark in COVID-19 cases early this week, Franklin County on Thursday continued to climb over 100 known cases of the virus, following 20 newly reported infections.
MALONE — After last year’s Franklin County Fair was canceled, fair directors expressed cautious optimism that the 2021 edition of the historic North Country fair will be able to be held in August 2021.
CANTON — In response to Wednesday’s riot at the U.S. Capitol, protesters across the north country took to the streets Thursday, calling for Rep. Elise M. Stefanik’s resignation — including her former Democratic challenger, Tedra L. Cobb.
ALBANY — The state will use thousands of public distribution sites across New York to expedite the COVID-19 vaccine to essential workers, the elderly and eventually the general public as officials expect immunization supply to increase in the coming months.
MALONE — When Michael Monette earlier this week drove down Railroad Street, he could see “20-30%” of the remains of the village’s old beer building being demolished by what looked to be county-owned vehicles.
MALONE — The mayor and the code enforcement officer in the village of Malone are reminding home and business owners to keep the sidewalks on their property clear of snow and to avoid pushing snow into the roadway.
MALONE — After a difficult year brought on by the novel coronavirus pandemic, Plattsburgh/Malone YMCA CEO Justin Ihne said the gym in Malone is on a road to recovering from its time closed down in 2021.
MALONE — The village of Malone is working to finalize its draft report on the village’s police department after a series of public meetings initiated by an executive order from the governor’s office in June.