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- The benefits of a truly wild life! | Notes from the North Woods
- Acclaimed painter Cate Mandigo to hold events in Chestertown
- Once to be developed, The Pinnancle is now a public preserve
- Warrensburg Jamboree to feature auction, carnival attractions
- Iconic Lake George drive-in gutted by fire
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- Joyce Mitchell pleads guilty to aiding inmate escape
- Mitchell court date set; escape investigation continues
- New redemption business aims to erase stain left by former occupant
- Stolen historical marker to be replaced this Fall
- Sweat moved back to max security prison
- Local startup investment group seeks entrepreneurs
- We’re here: Young professionals discuss issues, challenges facing Adirondack Park
- Fox Lair seeks vendors
- Common Ground Alliance brings results, say officials
- Deadwood Mountain Traders opens its doors in Warrensburg
Good news for local entrepreneurs with big ideas and empty wallets: A group of North Country investors wants to fund your startup biz.
Nationally renowned primitive folk-art painter Cate Mandigo, who has spent decades living and working in the Adirondacks, is holding an art show and sale on two consecutive Wednesdays in Chestertown — and a portion of the deeply discounted sale prices will go to a local charity.
The woman accused of smuggling tools to the pair of inmates who escaped from Clinton Correctional has plead guilty to a pair of charges related to the escape.
A treasured natural landmark in the region, recently slated for development, is now to be a wild preserve with hiking trails, thanks to donations contributed by many area citizens as well as several prominent community and business leaders.
A federal agency has cited the paper manufacturer with "two willful, one repeated and three serious" violations of workplace safety standards after a fatal accident took the life of a Schroon Lake man in January.
The long-running traditional community carnival to benefit the Warrensburg Volunteer Fire Company is set to return this weekend.
The woman accused of smuggling tools to the pair of inmates who escaped from Clinton Correctional last month will appear in court next week.
An estimated 33 million pounds of salt per year are spread on roadways in the Lake George watershed — killing plant life and altering the lake's chemistry. After many decades of the practice being taken for granted, local officials are concerned about the impact on the environment — and they're ready to consider changing their approach to de-icing roads.
Undoubtedly, area residents and tourists are disappointed they now won't be able — for at least the rest of this summer — to go to a Lake George drive-in for curly fries, cheese curds and fried clams.
A Pottersville resident whose family has a long tenure in public service announces her candidacy for the Chester Town Clerk post.
Strong undercurrents of youthful activity are seeking to reverse a brain drain in the Adirondacks — if the ingredients can come together.
Ticonderoga Police Chief Mark Johns says any person believed to be responsible could be charged with a felony.
Tom Scozzafava hopped on his Harley Davidson on Sunday morning and roared to Indian Lake for the third annual Adirondack Challenge.
With quick access to Lake George and Lake Champlain, Brookwood RV Resort in Ticonderoga offers family camping with about 85 scenic campsites and a well-stocked store featuring local products.