“Trails are a tool to build a community that cares about nature” is how William Janeway, the Adirondack Council’s new executive director began his talk at the Celebrate Champlain Area Trails event on June 1.
The following students have been named to the President’s List for the Spring 2013 Semester at Clinton Community College.
Since 1982, the William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute has hosted a free open-house to fifth-grade students throughout the region called Farm Days for fifth graders.
Scozzafava offers suggestion to electricians
Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava has racked up a long list of accomplishments in a career spanning three decades. Now, he can add two more items to his resume — innovator and published author.
Adirondack Research, LLC, a Saranac Lake-based ecological research firm, has been awarded a contract with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to assist the Division of Lands and Forest’s Invasive Species Coordination Unit with the assessment and classification of non-native animals in New York State.
A Talent Show, open to ALL Warren County youth ages 3-21 years, will be held on Saturday, Aug. 10 during the Rural Heritage Festival & Youth Fair
A historic Port Henry home was destroyed by fire June 10.
Is your pet up to date on his vaccinations?
The Fifth Annual Keeseville Elk’s Lodge Pig n’ Swig is this Sunday, Father’s Day.
The long awaited chance to get a look inside the New Senior Assisted Living quarters is now available in the old local school is here, the open house to the public will take place on Saturday, June 15.
Time to start thinking about our upcoming Independence Day celebrations, which will take place this year on Saturday, July 6.
The Goff Brothers of Plattsburgh will present a benefit concert this Friday evening, June 14, at the Essex Community Church.
It’s been a long time coming. After celebrating their fifth anniversary as the Adirondacks’ gourmet chocolate confections company, Barkeater Chocolates has changed their location and opened a small factory store to complement their web store.
On June 8, Gore beat Six Flags of Warrensburg 22-11.
Area politicians gathered June 7 at Rogers Memorial Park to show their support of proposed federal legislation aimed at curbing the introduction of invasive species into local waterways. The legislation, called the Invasive Fish and Wildlife Protection Act, was unveiled during a press conference and boat-washing demonstration.
Erin Barton, of Long Lake, has been named Events Coordinator for the Town of Long Lake Parks, Recreation and Tourism department effective immediately.
The court, much like a Drug Court, where substance abuse or mental health treatment is offered as an alternative to incarceration. Veteran mentors assist with the programs.
The annual celebration of all things Elizabethtown is set for Saturday, July 20.
The 2013 Essex Community Concerts, held mostly at the church, will kick off next Friday, June 14, with the Goff Brothers, which consists of Essex siblings Mitchell (violin and piano), Matthew (cello), Jonathan (piano) and Joseph (violin and piano) at 7 p.m.
Annual event June 30
The ninth annual Crown Point Strawberry Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever. The event, sponsored by the First Congregational Church, will be held in the town park Sunday, June 30, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.