Chaos from invasive species can cause large amounts of damage to fish and wildlife.
Over the years, said Jackie Burlingame, the group’s fundraiser has helped finance items including the jaws of life, hose nozzles and spotlights.
Kristie Ann Roberts Proctor, a volunteer EMT and National Guard medic, whose life was cut short several years ago, will be memorialized soon by having the Warren County Bikeway dedicated in her name.
Renowned as the guitarist's guitar player, British blues-rock legend Albert Lee is to perform Sunday in the Lake George Blues & Roots Festival
A free children’s performance by “Roy Hurd” called “Walk on the Mountain” will be held as part of the Schroon Lake Arts Council Boathouse Concert Series.
Love For Always: A Hospice Story, is a High Peaks Hospice documentary which introduces people to Moriah residents,
The Strand Center for the Arts is curating an exhibition to bring awareness of local veterans and their families.
Cornerstone Alliance wants to thank all those who helped us at StreetFest last Saturday.
Forty years after the formation of the Adirondack Park’s leading environmental advocacy organization, things have never looked brighter for the group.
The Rouses Point Fourth of July Committee and Montgomery Post 912 American Legion in Rouses Point would like to thank everyone who sponsored our 55th annual Fourth of July celebration.
The Regional Office Of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) is pleased to announce the launch of the newly redesigned VisitMalone.com.
The Clinton County Historical Association partnered with City of Plattsburgh Historian John Krueger to offer walking tours of the Plattsburgh Barracks.
Joyce Mitchell’s plea deal has struck a nerve with the lawmakers who represent the North Country in the state legislature.
Thirteen specialized emergency response vehicles in Warren County would be immobilized in a calamity occuring during a simple snowstorm — and the county's crisis chief wants to make sure the vehicles can be used as intended.
Essex County officials are fuming over what they say is a perversion of the election process by a public official.
The Ticonderoga Historical Society has issued a call for personal stories from World War II veterans and civilians who worked in wartime industries.
Today I made a trek familiar to many residents and was reminded at every stop of the Editorial Board’s urging consideration of an increase in the minimum wage:
We at North Creek Community Methodist Church are currently launching a mission into Kenya.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Kathy Phinney of Elizabethtown announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jordan Phinney, to Andrew Nolette, son of Patricia Nolette of Lebanon, NH and Peter Nolette of Cornish, NH.
Good news for local entrepreneurs with big ideas and empty wallets: A group of North Country investors wants to fund your startup biz.