Broadalbin hemp processor licensed to produce adult-use cannabis products

Broadalbin hemp processor licensed to produce adult-use cannabis products

ALBANY — State regulators this week announced they had licensed the first 15 companies to produce the edibles and other marijuana-derived products that will be sold by cannabis dispensaries when they open for sales.There still is no exact target date for the start of legal retail sales of marijuana and its extracts for recreational use by adults. The state Office of Cannabis Management is crafting the regulatory framework for the new cannabis market, and simultaneously trying to make it safe, have a positive economic impact, and provide social justice and equity for communities that for decades bore the brunt of marijuana…
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Speedy South Glens Falls romps to girls’ basketball win over Broadalbin-Perth

Speedy South Glens Falls romps to girls’ basketball win over Broadalbin-Perth

BROADALBIN -- South Glens Falls’ speed and height advantage proved to be too much for the Broadalbin-Perth Patriots.Sydney Hart and Kaitlin McDonough combined for 48 points for the Bulldogs as South High romped to a 68-38 Foothills Council victory in girls’ basketball action Monday night at the Robert C. Munn Gymnasium at Broadalbin-Perth High School.“We weren’t ready for their speed,” Broadalbin-Perth coach Dave Bush said. “We talked about what they were going to do and how they were going to do it, but they are quicker in person than they are on tape.”Hart hit for 11 of her game-high 26…
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Broadalbin-Perth boys’ basketball looks to lean on experience

Broadalbin-Perth boys’ basketball looks to lean on experience

Photo Caption: Broadalbin-Perth boys’ basketball coach Tucker Gifford talks with his team during practice Friday. PAUL WAGER/THE LEADER-HERALD BROADALBIN — After posting a perfect 9-0 record during last winter's abbreviated season, the Broadalbin-Perth boys' basketball team lost several key contributors. That group included Ryan Visco, Cam Polikowski, Matt Petty, Jackson Sassanella and Jadon Wert. "We lost a good group of seniors. It would have been nice to see what they could have done in sectionals," Broadalbin-Perth coach Tucker Gifford said. Despite losing five players, the Patriots still find themselves with an experienced group heading into this season. B-P returns nine…
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Broadalbin-Perth girls’ basketball getting ready for season opener

Broadalbin-Perth girls’ basketball getting ready for season opener

Photo Caption: Broadalbin-Perth girls’ basketball coach David Bush talks with his team during practice Friday at Broadalbin-Perth High School. PAUL WAGER/THE LEADER-HERALD BROADALBIN ­— Though it lost just three players from last season's team, the Broadalbin-Perth girls' basketball team has some large holes to fill heading into the new season. Gone from last season's squad are Kiaira Tomlinson, Lauralie Grainer and Makenzie Smith. Smith, who graduated early after her junior year, finished her four-year career with 1,005 career points. Smith led B-P in scoring in each of her four seasons as well. "Makenzie leaves a big hole to fill," Broadalbin-Perth…
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Fulton Co. Sheriff: Broadalbin man broke into Mayfield home, stole safe

Fulton Co. Sheriff: Broadalbin man broke into Mayfield home, stole safe

BROADALBIN - A Broadalbin man broke into a home in Mayfield and stole a safe, Fulton County Sheriff's officials said. He then later returned to commit another theft, officials said. Brandon Gladman, 20, of Broadalbin, was arrested and charged with second-degree burglary, third-degree criminal mischief, third-degree grand larceny, felonies, and misdemeanor petit larceny, officials said. --- Help us bring this news to you, check out our subscribe page at: Leader-Herald Subscribe --- The incidents happened Thursday at a residence in Mayfield. Deputies originally responded there Thursday afternoon for a report that someone had broken in and taken a safe, officials…
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