- Politics and Elections
Doheny challenges opponents
Candidate asks them to sign pledge not to raise taxes if elected to Congress.
Franklin Co. Legislators given three planner options
Unfinished report advises Franklin County it could cost $125,000 to launch an effort to streamline economic-development support.
Challenges mount in 21st Congressional District race
Republican candidates are claiming that their opponents have filed improper primary petitions.
Doheny slams Woolf on residency issue
Puts out sarcastic Top 10 list as lesson on Adirondack issues for congressional candidate.
Franklin County lawmakers resent cost of election techs
One Franklin County election commissioner has cut her staff's time and the other has left her voting-machine technician at full-time.
GOP gubernatorial candidate swings through North Country
Property taxes, Medicaid costs, the SAFE Act and natural-gas fracking among the topics the GOP gubernatorial candidate touched on with supporters in North Bangor and other communities.
Five vie for 21st Congressional District seat
Move could set up four-way race in November, which Democrats say they would favor.
City approves compromise for Apostles for Life
Will allow the group to pray across the street from Planned Parenthood on Good Friday.
Malone Town Councilor facing 4 misdemeanor charges
Town of Malone official Mary Scharf denies she did anything wrong in relation to nominating petitions she carried last summer.
Candidate drops out of congressional race
Jamie Waller, a Republican, says he will now back Matt Doheny in the party primary
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