Welcome to Fort Edward – New York
It is one of the nicest and visitor friendliest towns around.
Ft.Edward is proud of its rich history, which dates back to early Indian settlements that formed a trail north to what today is Lake George. The town was also involved in the French and Indian wars. Fort Edward has played a role in the American Revolution, too. There are several museums which are dedicated to showing the town’s visitors its early years.
Located in the Glen Falls area, and situated only about 50 miles north of Albany, Fort Edwards is a stepping stone to activities in Vermont and Adirondacks.
The streets are lined with quite trees and make the place really pleasant to the eye. The folks in the town are very friendly with strangers and are always ready to help, tell you a story or give you directions to the most important places around.
So, enough talking, come and enjoy one of the hidden gems in Adirondacks.
The strangest of accidents occur on really strange places. However this strange accident took place at the most strange place possible.
A woman cut her boyfriend’s hand in a police parking lot at Fort Edward’s Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
Should have used simple keys
The woman with initials B.P. is 53 years old – 4 years senior to her 49-years old partner J.S. The incident happened early in the morning at around 7:40am in from of the Sheriff’s office. The victim and the woman have gone to the police station after a heated row at their home in Kingsbury. Apparently the arguments were not only verbal and at some time JS received a cut on his hand.
It turned out that the knife used by the woman was not a regular knife. They used it instead a key to the car. The actual key is thought to have been lost and they decided to use a knife instead. This is pretty weird given the wide range of knives available today and the low cost of making a new car key.
The sheriff made a statement describing the whole situation. The police believes that BP has not cut her boyfriend intentionally. After the row, BP grabbed the knife they used to ignite their vehicle in order to drive off. JS tried to stop her and a struggle between the two began. It was then when JS received the cut.
The sheriff reported that BP was charged with “an offence of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle”.
This is a third degree misdemeanor according to N.Y. Code – Section 511 . She could be charged with a fine between 200 and 500 USD and/or imprisonment up to 3 days.
Further information was not available at the time of writing. This article will be updated once further information is released.
Golub corporation has unveiled its intentions to take over the old building on the Grand union. As you all know we have been aggressively seeking company which would build a market in fort Edwards and it seems that finally our efforts are going to be rewarded. Our nice community would have a brand new Market 32.
The Golub corporation prepares to open its first three markets in Wilton and Clifton Park, NY and Pittsfield, MA as well as in Sutton, MA.