If passed, Stefanik's Common Sense Waiver Act will allow municipalities to slash some of the red tape surrounding the demolition of unsafe buildings.
As I sat on our back deck soaking up the ambiance of our beloved Saranac River on Memorial Day morning, I reflected on many things including what we once called Decoration Day.
It was 25 years ago, when some fellas from Moriah got together and decided it was time do to something for the kids.
One of the largest Elvis festivals in the Northeast will return to the Village of Lake George on Wednesday, May 27.
While I agree with Dan Alexander that the Military Religious Freedom Foundation is being absurdly heavy-handed in their objection to Air Force Major General Craig Olson’s official proselytizing (the subject of Mr. Alexander’s May 23 Publisher’s Column), I object to his stepping well beyond the historical facts about our nation in his eagerness to condemn – or should I say damn? – this secular group.
Fort Ticonderoga and Amtrak have teamed up to give rail passengers a more inviting experience to the historic former military installation, which is widely seen as one of the region’s great cultural attractions.
The owners of R and P Hookah and Tea, recently opened in the heart of Lake George Village, say that their new business will provide an outlet for a currently underserved demographic in the region.
Spectators lined the sidewalks in Warrensburg under cloudy skies to watch the annual Memorial Day procession march its way to the cemetery to honor those who fought and died in various American wars and conflicts.
LGBT sensitivity trainer Brian McNaught presented a workshop called "Anyone can be an Ally" designed to create a more welcoming Adirondacks for residents and visitors at the Wild Center on Saturday, May 16.
Indian Lake resident and World War II veteran Frank Casazza was inducted into the New York State Veterans Hall of Fame for his service at a Tuesday, May 19 ceremony at the state's capitol.
Local, home grown businesses in our rural areas provide so much more to the stability of our community economy than many realize.
The Adirondack Council congratulated Thurman Town Supervisor Evelyn Wood and the Town Board on Friday, May 8, for creating a new kind of broadband network that gives clear signals to remote locations without the aid of tall towers.
The Essex Farm Institute, an agricultural education and research institution that aims to redefine sustainable farming, has hired their first full time executive director, Michele Drozd.
Following a battlefield year in public education, a core of local parents have begun to mobilize to discuss alternative options for their children.
YMCA Camp Chingachgook is still accepting registrations for this summer for its premiere summer camp program.
The Lake George Association has been awarded $2,500 from the International Paper Foundation to support a program that monitors streams that feed Lake George to evaluate water quality.
Fifty Years Ago – May, 1965
Breast cancer and the importance of breast cancer screening has been in the news lately.
I read with interest the news release being circulated by Mindy Conway, sister-in-law of Chester supervisor Fred Monroe, in her quest to be the next town clerk for the town of Chester.
The Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market will open for its seventeenth season on Friday, May 22 from three to six p.m.