By AARON CERBONE Adirondack Daily Enterprise firstname.lastname@example.org
The two candidates for New York’s 21st Congressional District seat — incumbent Republican Elise Stefanik and returning Democratic contender Tedra Cobb — support two different police reform bills passed by the House, but despite increased pressure to pass police reform legislation following w…
NEW YORK — President Donald Trump and the federal government must stop the denial and tell the truth about the coronavirus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday, before calling on the president to mandate Americans wear masks in public as the virus spreads like wildfire across the United States.
Congresswoman Elise M. Stefanik, R- Schuylerville, was included in a White House briefing Monday regarding the recent revelations that Russian operatives offered cash bounties to the Taliban for killing coalition forces, including Americans, in Afghanistan.
Franklin Academy graduate Myles Schanck knew when the pandemic hit that its effects would be far-reaching; but he could never have imagined how many people it would affect, nor how much he would be able to help.
Former Vice President Joe Biden swept to an expected easy victory in New York’s Democratic primary Tuesday, although a tidal wave of absentee ballots make it likely the exact numbers won’t be known for at least a week –– if then.
In a new report, economists writing for the Brookings Institution estimate that the United States could see “on the order of 300,000 to 500,000 fewer births next year” as a result of the economic recession triggered by the novel coronavirus.
MALONE –– Protesting police brutality and the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man in police custody, a group of six demonstrators stood with signs in Veterans Park Friday. It was the latest in a string of small demonstrations in Malone.
ALBANY — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and city police officers must do a better job, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Tuesday, after they rejected state National Guard assistance to control vandalism and citywide looting overnight following civil unrest after last week’s death of an unarmed b…
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration unveiled the ground rules last week for distributing $16 billion in direct payments to farmers and ranchers feeling financial pain from COVID-19, but several agriculture groups say producers may need more federal aid in the future.
With almost 1,500 cases of Covid-19 at just three meatpacking plants in Iowa, consumer outlets from Kroger Co. to Costco Wholesale Corp. are limiting shoppers’ purchases. Even Wendy’s Co. has dropped burgers from some menus.
By ELIZABETH IZZO Adirondack Daily Enterprise email@example.com
SARANAC LAKE — New York hospitals have received more than $1.4 billion in federal aid as part of the latest round of funding through the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act. But for North Country hospitals, revenue shortfalls continue to outpace incoming aid.
A new federal law protects some of the nation’s poorest renters from eviction and provides poor homeowners a grace period on mortgage payments, but the support may not be enough for tenants, homeowners and landlords and could reduce housing supply in rural areas.
MALONE –– The Malone-Dufort Airport will receive $20,000 in federal funding to help that facility weather the economic fallout from COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic, U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik announced Wednesday.
ALBANY — As the state’s daily coronavirus death toll sustains and hospitalizations decrease, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Tuesday he refuses to fight with President Donald J. Trump after Trump suggested governors were abusing their power to restart state economies ahead of federal orders.
While Congress has focused much of its coronavirus relief legislation on helping struggling airlines, state highway officials are worried about another crisis on the horizon: plummeting gas tax revenues as most Americans stay at home.
After a slow start, testing for COVID-19 has ramped up in recent weeks, with giant commercial labs jumping into the effort, drive-up testing sites established in some places and new types of tests approved under emergency rules set by the Food and Drug Administration.
Shelley Singer has been the primary caregiver for her husband, Michael Gross, since he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease four years ago. Then came the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s very difficult to live with someone with dementia, and I know how fortunate I am to be able to have help fro…
PHILADELPHIA — Six women from the Iroquois Confederacy in upstate New York traveled to Philadelphia recently to reconnect with a patch of tribal land. They came to retrace the footsteps of ancestors, to feel under their feet the earth that was deeded to them by colonial leaders centuries ago.
By ANN E. MARIMOW and TOM JACKMAN The Washington Post
Law enforcement officials and defense attorneys throughout the country are taking steps to release inmates, drop pending prosecutions and lock up fewer new defendants to thin crowded prisons that public health officials say are ripe for spreading the coronavirus.
The border between Canada and the United States has been temporarily closed to “non-essential” traffic to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. President Donald Trump announced Wednesday morning.
OTTAWA — Speaking to members of the media outside of his home in Ottawa, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discussed the country’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the decision to close the borders to non-Canadians or non-permanent residents of Canada, with limited exceptions.
Before Friday, Devra Torres saw some houses of worship around the country being shuttered for fear of spreading the coronavirus and considered it “extreme.” People shouldn’t be “left alone” without Communion or confession, said Torres, who has gone to Mass every day for decades.
The Telegram AKWESASNE –– An Akwesasne man arrested in New York on drug charges in August has been extradited to Canada to face a murder charge.
Victor J. Lazore, 33, was turned over to Akwesasne Mohawk Police by U.S. Marshals on Monday to face a charge of first-degree homicide in connection with the Aug. 11 shooting death of 58-year-old Jeffrey Arquette-Lazore in St. Regis (Kana:takon), in the Canadian portion of the St. Regis Mohaw…
BOMBAY –– U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Massena Border Patrol Station arrested six individuals in connection to a failed smuggling attempt last week –– the third such incident in the area in less than a month.
GLENS FALLS — Democratic congressional candidate Tedra Cobb said Monday she will continue to run a positive campaign that talks about issues such as health care and the economy — in spite of negative attacks from U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik.
AKWESASNE –– The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, which less than two weeks ago received a $2 million federal grant for continuing upgrades of its affordable housing stock, on Thursday was awarded another nearly $200,000 to provide a variety of services for the residents of its public housing.
The state’s number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus doubled overnight, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday afternoon.
Malone Telegram Holiday Schedule
The Friday, July 3 print edition of the Telegram is the weekend publication. There will be no publication on Saturday, July 4. The business office is closed Friday and will re-open on Monday. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!