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.
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.
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.
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.
BRUSHTON –– Phe plans to built water and sewer systems in the village of Brushton are moving forward, but the engineer for the project said he would like to see more public input before making a final commitment to the project.
MALONE –– Holly Manley is an animal lover and it shows. She has seven cats, one of which is pregnant. She also has two dogs, a ball python and two sugar gliders –– marsupials similar to a flying squirrel.
MALONE –– The Malone Winter Carnival parade –– which was resurrected in 2012 after a decade-long absence, went on hiatus in 2018 and returned in 2019 –– will not take place this year, or in the foreseeable future.
MALONE-- With just weeks remaining in their tourism and marketing contract with Franklin County, the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) is putting out a new logo for Malone and Franklin County.
MALONE –– Scott Rogers, in a blue T-shirt covered in white stars, “TRUMP” etched on the back above the number “20,” repeatedly wiped sweat from his nearly shaved head with a paper towel while sitting on a wooden pew beside a woman he referred to as his girlfriend in Malone Town Court.
MALONE-- Two people who once worked for the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) will now be working for the Franklin County Local Development Corp. to help promote Franklin County with tourism and marketing efforts.
WATERTOWN — A federal appellate court has ruled that the pending sale of Jreck Sub’s assets can proceed, denying a motion to stay the sale brought by the ex-wife of former Jreck principal Christopher M. Swartz.
By ELIZABETH IZZO Adirondack Daily Enterprise firstname.lastname@example.org
A recent report from the Adirondack Foundation shows that communities throughout the Adirondack Park struggle with a shortage of child care providers, affordable housing and transportation, and drug addiction treatment options, among other things.