Read more about the article County rues cost of two primaries this year
The New York State Assembly's 107th District.

County rues cost of two primaries this year

The Washington County Board of Elections provided vital information on changes to redistricting and the addition of a second Primary election to take place this year at the Washington County…

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Read more about the article County receives Vietnam vet stone photo
Bob Henke holds the donated photo of the Vietnam Veterans of America stone in Arlington National Cemetery by former Adirondack Chapter 79 president John Svandrlik.

County receives Vietnam vet stone photo

Just in time for Memorial Day, Washington County received a framed photo of a dedication stone in honor of Vietnam veterans from the Adirondack Region to the Washington County Board…

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Read more about the article Economic forum draws business owners
Left to right: Warren/Washington Industrial Development Agency executive director Michael Ostrander, Washington County Local Development Corporation executive director Deanna Derway, Washington County Economic Development director Laura Oswald, owner of Black Dog Designs Jesse Tyree, Salem Chamber of Commerce president and Fort Salem Theater owner Kyle West, Lake George/Lake Champlain Regional Planning Board director Beth Gilles, SUNY Adirondack assistant professor of business Kim London and Hampton supervisor Dave O’Brien.

Economic forum draws business owners

More than 50 people attended the highly anticipated “Small Business Toolbox” economic forum aiming to provide information for business owners in and around Washington County that took place on April…

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Read more about the article Forum aims to help small businesses
The stage at Fort Salem Theater in Salem where an economic forum panel will take place. Photo courtesy of fortsalem.com.

Forum aims to help small businesses

An opportunity to connect, learn and receive unknown benefits is awaiting small business owners in rural communities on April 29 for a “Small Business Toolbox” economic forum in Salem. Salem…

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Read more about the article Driver, 31, faces DWI charge
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Driver, 31, faces DWI charge

Hector Torresperez of Williams Street was arrested on April 10 on charges of driving while intoxicated in the first degree and aggravated DWI with a blood alcohol content of 0.22%,…

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Read more about the article County signs 3-year marketing extension
Photo courtesy of https://blackdogllc.com/. The Black Dog Designs LLC logo.

County signs 3-year marketing extension

With intentions to build upon the groundwork of establishing a brand and emphasizing what the area has to offer, the Washington County Board of Supervisors approved a three-year contract extension…

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Read more about the article Stefanik opponent: ‘Put country before party’
Photo courtesy of Matt Castelli's campaign team. NY-21 Democratic primary candidate Matt Castelli.

Stefanik opponent: ‘Put country before party’

Matt Castelli, Democratic primary candidate for New York’s 21st Congressional District, sat down for an exclusive interview with NYVTmedia via Zoom on March 25, a day before the three-month mark…

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Read more about the article County rescinds mask mandate
Hartford supervisor Dana Haff speaks to the Washington County Board of Supervisors about his resolution to rescind the county's mask mandate put into effect in May 2020.

County rescinds mask mandate

As if it were a cap on graduation day, Hartford supervisor Dana Haff flung his paper mask in the air with joy following the lifting of Washington County’s mask mandate…

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