78 Oak Street
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Phone: (518) 747-9352
Contact: John Max McDonnell


A variety of online resources are available for seniors. These include government websites, housing, news consumer protection, and others. Have a website that you like to see listed? Let us know and we’ll add it!

Local Resources for Seniors:

  • Washington County Office for the Aging: programs and services provided by the Washington County Office for the Aging are funded under the authority of the Older American Act, 2000; and provided to Washington County residents age 60 and over. Funds for these services are received through the Administration on Aging, The New York State Office for the Aging, The Washington County Board of Supervisors and the confidential donations received from program participants. http://washingtoncountyny.gov/148/Office-for-the-Aging
  • Tri-County United Way: an organization dedicated to helping people. We work to improve lives and make a positive impact in our communities by raising resources, both monetary and volunteer. We strive to do this through collaboration with others; encouraging volunteerism, and resolving community problems through identifying and communicating our community’s priority issues. http://www.tcuwny.org
  • The Conkling Center: since 1899, The The Conkling Center has been caring for the seniors in our community. Over 110 years later, we continue to lead the way by partnering with local agencies and organizations to identify and develop innovative programs and services for this rapidly changing population.  As a private, not-for-profit operating foundation, our focus is on enhancing the quality of life of seniors who live independently in the community. http://www.theconklingcenter.org
  • Washington County Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.:  a Private, Non-Profit Organization serving Washington County. EOC is designed to be the central Community Action Agency to improve the development of human resources in the County. http://www.washingtoncountyeoc.com
  • Washington County Adult Services: comprised of two specialty units, one providing Protective Services for Adults, while the other provides for the coordination of Home Care services. http://washingtoncountyny.gov/522/Adult-Services
  • Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery: available to Veteran’s and their spouses. (518) 581-9128 www.cem.va.gov/cems/nchp/geraldbhsolomonsaratoga.asp

State Resources for Seniors:

  • New York State Office for Aging: majority of programs and services are administered through local offices for the aging. http://www.aging.ny.gov/
  • New York State Coalition for Aging: www.coalitionforaging.org
  • NY Connects: Choices for Long Term Care endorsed and supported by the New York State Office for the Aging in collaboration with the New York State Department of Health. NY Connects is a joint initiative between your Area Agency on Aging and your Local Department of Social Services. 1-800-342-9871 or Log onto the NY Connects website http://www.nyconnects.ny.gov

National Resources for Seniors:

Transportation Resources:

  • Transportation Program of The Conkling Center “ON THE GO!” We will transport to: Banks, barbers, grocery stores, hair dressers, medical appointments, and pharmacies. 55+ community members. For additional information or to schedule a reservation, please call: 793-RIDE (7433) http://www.theconklingcenter.org
  • Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA): (518) 437-8300 Customer Information Center: (518) 482-8822 http://www.cdta.org/
  • CDTA Star Program STAR:is special transit available by request to those with a disability or impairment. To make a reservation:
    1. By Phone: Dial (518) 482-2022 and select menu option 3. (TDD (518) 482-9024), daily from 9AM to 7PM.
    2. By E-mail – e-mail the trip request to starreservations@cdta.org.

Media Resources:
Newsletters and Newspapers:

  • The Senior Times The Washington County Senior Times is the Official Newspaper of the Washington County Office For the Aging. Each quarter more than 4,000 copies are mailed directly to active seniors living in the Washington County region. From Hudson Falls to Granville, from Cambridge to Whitehall, the Senior Times is the only newspaper that targets the growing senior market in the region.
  • The Chronicle Founded in 1980 and still "locally owned, locally committed," The Chronicle is a free, independent weekly newspaper circulating in the greater Glens Falls-Lake George region. For the best of the region, reach for quality, reach for The Chronicle! http://www.readthechronicle.com
  • The Post Star The Post-Star is a twenty-nine-thousand circulation, daily newspaper that publishes 365 days a year. As the dominant news source in the Adirondack region of New York, we distribute our products from Lake Placid to Troy and everywhere in between. http://poststar.com
  • Senior Center website http://www.seniorcenterkfe.com
    Senior Center Newsletter The Senior Center of the Kingsbury & Fort Edward Area, inc. is located at at 78 Oak Street in Hudson Falls, between Elm Street and Pearl Street. The Senior Center serves as a vital resource for seniors and older adults in the Kingsbury / Fort Edward community. http://www.seniorcenterkfe.com/newsltr/newsltr.htm
  • Manchester Newspapers, Inc. In business since 1875, Manchester Newspapers, Inc. is the leading publisher of Northern New York and Western Vermont weekly newspapers. Manchester Newspapers’ two paid weekly newspapers are recognized as the best in New York State by the New York Press Association. To contact call toll-free at:1-800-354-4232.  http://manchesternewspapers.com/about-us
    To see upcoming events in the area, check out Manchester Newspapers' Community Calendar http://manchesternewspapers.com/communitycalendar

Radio Stations:

  • Regional Radio Group Regional Radio Group is the home of WCKM 98.5 FM, WCQL Hits 95.9 FM, and WWSC Talk 1450 AM. http://regionalradiogroup.com
  • Adirondack Broadcasting Adirondack Broadcasting (Pamal Broadcasting Inc.) operates a total of five stations in the Glens Falls market, WNYQ 101.7 FM, WFFG 107.1 FM, WKBE 100.3 FM, WENU 1410 AM, and WMML 1230 AM. http://www.pamal.com/pamal/glensfalls.html

Radio en Español:

Television Cable:

  • Time Warner Cable TWC brings TV and Internet to over 15 million people, so they can enjoy movies, news, shows and music and their online world better. http://www.timewarnercable.com

Other Media Sources:

  • Tri-County United Way "TOGETHER WE ACHIEVE MORE.GET INVOLVED." Tri-County United Way strives to positively impact and improve lives by addressing and resolving our community’s priority issues through collaboration and partnership with other nonprofit agencies in Warren, Washington and northern Saratoga counties. https://www.tricountyunitedway.org/
  • Glens Falls Region.com Official Guide to the Greater Glens Falls Region including Washington, Warren and Northern Saratoga Counties. http://www.glensfallsregion.com

Hispanic Resources: Recursos en español: