The Lake George Village’s annual Beautification Awards have been awarded to three properties who have excelled in improving and maintaining their grounds and buildings.
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardeners will be available for gardening questions and to do soil pH testing while you shop at the Farmers Market this season.
Congressman Owens and Larry Stephenson, — a leading business owner in the southern Adirondacks — talk about ways to boost the economy and expand job opportunities in the region.
The Town of Horicon Landfill will not be accepting brush
At its meeting April 23, the Town of Lake George Board unanimously adopted an amendment to Local Law 4-2010 – Restriction on the Application of Lawn Fertilizer within the Town of Lake George.
The Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District still has seedlings remaining from its tree and shrub sale.
Business is blooming in Brant Lake this year, and the Lazy Moose Garden Market is the first of a half-dozen new enterprises to emerge.
On Sunday, March 9, Daylight Savings Time begins at 2 a.m
Orders are now being taken for the annual tree and shrub seedling sale conducted by the Warren County Soil & Water District.
Warrensburgh Beautification has continued its long-standing tradition this year as it is offering the 25th Limited Edition Christmas in Warrensburgh tree ornament.
Have an interest in gardening? Cornell Cooperative Extension in Warren County is now seeking volunteers for their Master Gardener program that teaches others to grow various vegetables, flowers and plants successfully.
The Adirondack Mountain Garden Club has announced the recipients of Beautification Awards for 2013.
The New York State Tax Department today unveiled an easy, fast and secure online STAR Registration platform for homeowners currently receiving the Basic STAR property tax exemption.
It wasn’t that long ago when manure was thought of as a waste product.
In celebration of the joint Bicentennials of Warren County and the town of Warrensburg, a local beautification group is giving away morning glory seeds, and plants are on sale — so Warrensburg residents can display the town's adopted colors.