MALONE –– The state police trooper who fired his service weapon after a traffic stop turned into a pursuit Sunday night is currently suspended without pay while the investigation into the incident continues.
WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of New York’s congressional members sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission last week expressing concern over the state not receiving funding for rural broadband initiatives.
HARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut researchers are involved in a new and potentially important effort to break the cycle of infections among wild animals and ticks that leads to the transmission of Lyme disease to humans.
Graduation rates for students who entered ninth grade in 2015 in the five northern Franklin County high schools matched or exceeded the statewide average, according to figures released Thursday by the state Education Department.
QUEENSBURY — The man accused of leading police on a high-speed chase on the Northway last fall that ended with a crash that killed a well-known Brant Lake businessmen told officers after his arrest that he fled because he was “late for a birthday party.”
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ALBANY — State officials have blocked 59 police agencies from access to computerized motor vehicle data because they have yet to certify they will refrain from sharing the information with federal immigration enforcers.
ALBANY — While states across the nation are gearing up to make sure all their residents are counted in the 2020 Census, for which representation and billions of federal dollars are at stake, recently released population data from the U.S. Census Bureau has brought projections that New York m…
The Telegram MALONE –– A Malone man accused of breaking into a neighbor’s apartment and threatening him with a crowbar was released from custody without bail Wednesday under the state’s new bail reform laws.
Bryon J. Dibble, 38, was charged by Malone Village Police with second-degree burglary, a felony; and second-degree unlawful imprisonment, second-degree menacing and two counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief, all misdemeanors, after he allegedly smashed in the door of a neighboring apartm…
MOIRA –– Part of the building that houses the Brushton-Moira Senior Center is owned by the town’s senior citizen organization. The other part is owned by the town of Moira. Recently, the seniors asked the town to take ownership of the entire building.
ALBANY — The start of the second year of a Democratic-controlled state Legislature has the majority excited and optimistic about the passage of bills on their agenda, and on Tuesday, some Democratic lawmakers were certain the Protect Our Courts Act would be one such bill.
WASHINGTON — Joining the chorus of lawmakers and law enforcement officials voicing concerns over the new bail reform laws in New York, U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-21, took initiative in Washington, D.C., to study the results of pre-trial release.
MALONE –– One of the newest members of the Village Police Department has had a big impact on the local criminal justice scene since coming onto active duty a little over a year ago, Police Chief Chris Premo told the Village Board on Monday
MALONE –– Shock and disbelief were expressed by some residents as they read the list of crimes that people would be issued appearance tickets for, instead of being jailed in lieu of bail, under the new state bail reform laws.
ALBANY — A few days after a Supreme Court judge issued a temporary injunction on Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s executive ban on flavored electronic cigarettes, New York legislators gathered with activists, educators and medical providers in Albany to push for the passage of two bills that would eff…