Members of the Harrietstown Town Board Thursday, Sept. 27 approved the creation of a winter farmers’ market at the Town Hall.
A change will soon take place in the availability of vaccine from the Vaccine for Children (VFC) Program.
Please don’t mind me while I vent, but there are some things I just don’t understand. Let me start at the beginning.
It seems the hot topic in the last few months has been the invasion of non-native species of aquatic plants and fish into Lake Champlain.
Planners praised for achievement
County planners have worked long days — and on their own time — to try to bring state and federal money to northern Warren County communities, and their work is paying off.
Thoughts from Behind the Pressline
Back in June I used this column to question if there will be a daily newspaper in our future. Last week, our neighbors in Syracuse learned the answer to that question the hard way concerning the future of The Post-Standard.
The Lake Placid Central School District’s previous year was highlighted by a tough budget process, taxpayer animosity toward the school superintendent and the untimely departure of the middle/high school principal.
This week, and for weeks to come, we will all remember the devastation and loss that occurred at this time last year during Tropical Storm Irene.
Mark Malchoff believes that the presence of the spiny water flea in local lakes and canals is only a warning.
A new organization is providing fresh nutritious food for those of modest income, while boosting sustainable local farming, which all but disappeared in Warren County over the last century.
Farmers don’t foresee an increase in the price of locally produced food next year
Recent rains have brought relief to local farmers, who are persevering despite the dry summer.
The Depot Theatre will close its 2012 Summer Season with Josefina Lopez’s coming-of-age story, “Real Women Have Curves.”
Two bills sponsored by Senator Betty Little were signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Aug. 1.
Look around, and find something to eat. Members of the Master Gardener Program of Lake Placid and visitors did just that in a the Edible Wild Foods Walk, Talk & Taste event on Sunday, July 29 at the Heaven Hill Farm.