QUEENSBURY — Former high school sports star and athletic trainer Gordon "Denny" Wilhelm has been indicted on three charges by a Warren County grand jury and is scheduled to be in court Wednesday morning.Wilhelm, 28, who worked with high school athletes as part of The Athletic Academy at Global Fitness in Glens Falls, will be in Warren County Court next week to answer three charges.Wilhelm, who pleaded guilty to third-degree possession of heroin in 2012 and completed the Warren County Felony...
Even after training more than 150 volunteers in three days this week, the American Red Cross has scheduled four more sessions to prepare volunteers to assist survivors of Hurricane Harvey.“The turnout in Glens Falls was incredible,” said Kimmy Venter, a Red Cross communications director based in Albany.“We are continuing to work through the process of getting all these new volunteers through our online system so that they can actually be deployed,” she said.
GLENS FALLS — Al Fredette, who has known Denny Wilhelm since the 28-year-old athletic trainer was in kindergarten with his son Jimmer, took center stage Tuesday in the aftermath of Wilhelm’s Saturday arrest with what police said was more than a pound of cocaine.Fredette said he has been asked to consult with the owners of the Athletic Academy at Global Fitness, where Wilhelm trained many local athletes, including members of the Glens Falls 2016 state championship football team.Fredette said...
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