Kristie Ann Roberts Proctor, a volunteer EMT and National Guard medic, whose life was cut short several years ago, will be memorialized soon by having the Warren County Bikeway dedicated in her name.
Renowned as the guitarist's guitar player, British blues-rock legend Albert Lee is to perform Sunday in the Lake George Blues & Roots Festival
Forty years after the formation of the Adirondack Park’s leading environmental advocacy organization, things have never looked brighter for the group.
Joyce Mitchell’s plea deal has struck a nerve with the lawmakers who represent the North Country in the state legislature.
Thirteen specialized emergency response vehicles in Warren County would be immobilized in a calamity occuring during a simple snowstorm — and the county's crisis chief wants to make sure the vehicles can be used as intended.
Today I made a trek familiar to many residents and was reminded at every stop of the Editorial Board’s urging consideration of an increase in the minimum wage:
We at North Creek Community Methodist Church are currently launching a mission into Kenya.
Good news for local entrepreneurs with big ideas and empty wallets: A group of North Country investors wants to fund your startup biz.
Research continues to confirm what most of us already knew as kids, that outdoor recreation provides a variety of important benefits that go well beyond the obvious fun and games.
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 Friends of the Johnsburg Library would like to thank everyone who made our annual Book and Bake Sale such a great success!
Paul Smith’s College announced last month that it will change its name to reflect that of benefactor Joan Weill, thus becoming Joan Weill-Paul Smith’s College.
You’ve no doubt seen the four page wrap around cover on this newspaper outlining some of the exciting changes we are making to your community newspaper.
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.
Let’s talk shoes. I read somewhere Imelda Marcos had 3,000 pairs of shoes.
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.
The U.S. egg industry is reeling from a colossal outbreak of avian flu, mostly among egg-laying chickens.
I am writing to urge the elected officials in the Northern New York area to support the Museum Education Act (MEA) introduced by Senator Betty Little (Senate Bill 5001) and Assemblymember Mathew Titone (Assembly Bill 8199).
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.