Renowned for their outstanding achievements in academics and athletics, members of the Lake George Class of 2015 are urged to reach out to others during their graduation ceremonies held June 27, 2015.
The members of North Warren Class of 2015 are reputed to possess considerable 'heart' — and their graduation ceremonies this week demonstrated that attribute.
Known for their hard work and remarkable accomplishments in academics as well as athletics, the graduating Bolton seniors show off another side of their collective charactor — humor — during their commencement exercises Jan. 26, 2015.
The Wild Center is preparing to open its latest addition to the public this Saturday — 1,270 feet of elevated walkway snaking through the Adirondack tree canopy called Wild Walk.
A special projects committee in Newcomb has begun the process to bring a new welcome center in the town — a project which may take years to complete.
The Lotus Group is preparing to open their latest Warrensburg venture, Small Tales Early Learning Center and Daycare, accompanied by the second installment of their Lotus Loves Literacy charity initiative.
A walking tour planned for the the weekend of Saturday, June 21, will guide guests past more than 30 historic properties in the residential and civic districts of the town.
Warrensburg art teacher Patrick Sullivan's commercial art class stopped by the North Creek mosaic on Thursday, June 4, to add their glasswork to the sprawling Main Street mural.
If you are interested in learning about Lake George while experiencing its beauty on a custom-built boat, the Lake George Association has just the program for you this summer.
Martin's Lumber will hold its annual "woods walk" on Saturday, June 6, offering guided walks into the woods, sawmill demonstrations and interactive craft demonstrations.
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.
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.
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.