As many know, each year Cheryl Kenyon directs the preparing and giving of “Baskets for Neighbors”.
One Hundred Years Ago – November 1914
The Bolton Landing Business Association and community members have once again decorated Bolton for the holiday season with white lights, wreaths, garland and banners throughout the town.
Well-meaning but short-sighted public safety efforts often have horribly unexpected consequences.
On behalf of all of us here at Denton Publications, let me wish you a happy, safe and thankful Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
It was the third day of the fishing trip, Veterans Day, and the water was starting to clear.
Concerning your editorial, “We should all be allowed to die with dignity,” I was shocked that a whole board would have such an opinion!
By now you’ve no doubt seen or heard of Jonathon Gruber, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology health economist who helped craft the Affordable Care Act.
One of the qualities of leadership is having a sense of purpose that directs a person to use his or her strengths to help others.
May I call your readers’ attention to three recently published Adirondack books that are interesting, historical and enjoyable to read?
One Hundred Years Ago – November, 1914
The transfer station is open on Wednesdays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Brittany Maynard is a brave young person.
We the Johnsburg Emergency Squad wish to thank the residents of Johnsburg for their outpouring of support in favor of Prop 4 this past election.
It has been an interesting week in the Adirondacks, and fortunately, I spent a fair portion of it in camp.