Editor, Adirondack Journal
A first-ever celebration in this region of 'peace, paws and music' — that featured canine activities and Woodstock-era music — was well-received by thousands, event organizers said.
Punitive state rules on awarding contracts have prompted Lake George Village leaders to turn down grant money.
Local teenagers look forward to spending a week this summer helping Boston-area residents with chores they aren't able to accomplish on their own — while the teens strengthen their faith, learn about those less fortunate, and gain new friendships.
A local automotive service technician is awarded for his abilities and achievement in his work.
Residents are invited to the Warrensburg Health Center for a community appreciation event on Saturday, June 13 at 1 p.m. to celebrate its recent opening.
A landmark Warrensburg business that's active in community affairs reigns as the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce's 2015 Business of the Year.
A patriotic bicycle ride for teenagers and adults through Chestertown, Warrensburg, Lake George, and Queensbury features citizens riding side-by-side with veterans and military personnel. The event is to raise money for the Global War on Terrorism Monument, to be situated in Crandall Park, Glens Falls.
For many years, Warren County courts have been overloaded with cases and space to conduct proceedings have been woefully insufficient — not only decreasing efficiency but putting citizen's safety at risk — Now, Warren County leaders have committed to address the problem with a $16.5 million construction and renovation plan.
Bikers at the world-renowned touring motorcycle rally Americade — including several who have attended for decades — talk about their machines, why they ride, and what Americade means to them. Award-winning comic Alonzo Bodden also talks about why he enjoys Americade, his cross-country two-wheeled trip and why he returns each year to Lake George.
Hundreds participated in the annual Warren County ceremony honoring those U.S. soldiers who were prisoners of war or are listed as missing in action — and the crowd heard from a young local woman who is on a mission to unearth the remains of World War II soldiers overseas and bring them back home.