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.
What does stocking a river and being a firefighter have in common? Good question you ask.
Although most college students have already departed campus, high-school students are still preparing for final exams.
High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care is raffling a full-size cedar strip canoe, handmade by local Adirondack craftsman, Randall Haner.
Game is a traditional term used to describe any fish, fowl or other wild creature that is hunted for either sport or food.
Last weekend, I loaded up the canoe and traveled over the hill to Elizabethtown.
The Warrensburg High School Band participated in the Music in the Parks festival on April 25th in Jackson, N.J.
North Country Ministry, in their continuing effort to help and protect children, will start a new program this spring.
While the spring season has not yet arrived in all quarters of the region, it’s apparently on the way.
The Chinese proverb states,” “If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.”
It’s been well-established that outdoor activities are beneficial to our overall physical, emotional and mental health.
It appears the long, hard, Adirondack winter may finally be coming to a conclusion, and while many local anglers are still hauling around their ice fishing gear, it’s time to get out your trout gear as the annual “ice out” grows near.
The Adirondack Land Trust is delighted to announce that the F. M. Kirby Foundation has made a $2 million commitment to help fund perpetual care of working farms and forests under conservation easements.
Long rider Bernice Ende stopped in North Creek about halfway through her record-breaking round-trip horseback ride from the west coast to the east and back again.
The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) recently completed the purchase of more than 18 acres in the Town of Putnam (Washington County) that provides a point of public access to LGLC’s 189-acre Anthony’s Nose property.