Youth Court is a program that gives youthful offenders a second chance.
Mohawk of the Adirondacks opens at the Tahawus Lodge Center in Au Sable Forks
In Salgado Maranhao’s mind, “madmen laugh in the shadows of the mist.”
Fall festival planned at new land trust.
City of Plattsburgh plants a tree in memory of man.
Oct. 5 and 6
Port Henry will be a “village of public art” next weekend. The community will be part of the second annual Adirondack Coast and Boquet Valley Studio Tour Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5 and 6. Port Henry’s art attractions will be the focus of free tours starting at the downtown information booth 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A map and descriptive brochure covering the full range of art will be offered.
The Big Tupper Ski Area has been forced to close. The Announcement was made late Tuesday evening that ARISE Chairman Jim LaValley was joined by members of the Board, as well as managers and volunteers of the Big Tupper Ski Area, at P-2's Pub in Tupper Lake.
About 800 adult moose living in the Adirondacks, and the number grows every year, according to state Department of Environmental Conservation wildlife biologists.
Whether to hike the prevailing minimum wage and legislative priorities were both issues discussed in a public debate Aug. 25 that showed the differences of opinion between the two candidates for the 114th District of the state Assembly.
There will be six new faces in the Peru Athletic Hall of Fame.
Fall is here. Water temperatures on Lake Champlain are dropping into the mid 60’s, leaves are changing, and it means one thing, the bass are biting.
This week, the NCSPCA would like to remind you that you can find our adoptable dog-of-the-week at the Keene Valley Farmer's Market, every Sunday until Oct. 14.
At the first Dissolution Study Committee Meeting, I clearly stated that I am not for or against the dissolution of the village of Keeseville, but I do want the people to know the correct facts, so this is in response to the mayor's letters.
In the wake of the resignation of Elizabethtown councilman Ken Fenimore, there will be a local election Nov. 6.
The Essex County Department of Mental Health will be using modern technology to help those in need with psychiatric services.
Bruce McCulley now answers to a power higher than a walkie-talkie on the frigid ski slopes of Whiteface Mountain.
Village officials here are looking to the state of New York to take the lead in the fate of the 118-mile railway between Remsen and Lake Placid.
•100 Years Ago - Sept. 1912•
Mission of Hope trip proves rewarding
While many students spent the summer working on their tans, a trio of Schroon Lake residents trekked to Central America to help those less fortunate. Clare Whitney, Nicole Beers and Mitchell Beers were part of a Mission of Hope trip to Chiquilistagua, Nicaragua.
National health care, Social Security reform and labor-union organizing were contentious topics as Congressman Bill Owens faced his political opponent Matt Doheny in the first of a series of three debates.
Sentinels, Vikings win in soccer
Ticonderoga remained undefeated and thrashed its top challenger in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys cross country action Sept. 24.
Football, Girls cross country, Boys cross country, Boys soccer, Girls Soccer Volleyball, and Girls swimming
My husband and I had heard so much about family meetings that we wanted to give it a try
From the Editor's Desk
My children taught me selflessness, enhancing my empathy and compassion, especially given both suffer from medical conditions requiring, at times, extensive care.
Notes from the North Woods
Recent weather patterns have finally begun to exhibit a distinctly autumnal turn, the pace of life has begun to slow down, following a rather extended and tiresome, tourist season.
I have reached a conclusion in the race for the White House. I'm done with all of it.
It is my intention here to address Elizabethtown Supervisor Bartley’s comments in her Sept. newsletter and the Valley News article of Sept. 8.
A change will soon take place in the availability of vaccine from the Vaccine for Children (VFC) Program.
“We don’t have the money” is one of the biggest reasons we hear from people who don’t visit museums.
Thoughts from Behind the Pressline
A few weeks ago I suggested readers continue to check out sites like Factcheck.org and OpenSecrets.org so they could balance out the facts from the over-exaggerated spin that all political candidates seem compelled to use.