Area residents are invited to make a difference in their local environment by joining an effort to clean up litter Saturday from the Lake George shoreline, lakebottom and watershed.
After more than one 100 years as a family summer camp, this historic property has become a picturesque “hobby farm” and at last has family members living there full time.
Blue-green algae blooms have recently caused two beaches to close
It’s slimy, blue green and potentially toxic. And it might be coming to a beach near you.
A rabid raccoon has been identified in the Town of Jay.
I just got back from an 80 mile round trip with my soon to be 89-year-old mother full of disappointment.
The Essex County Fair website and email address are one of the most recently known cases of a cyber-hack, where hackers break into websites, email accounts and Facebook pages.
The process to repeal ObamaCare has been underway since the day it was signed in to law.
On behalf of the Westport Library Book Sale Committee, we would like to thank the many volunteers who helped run a successful book sale on July 6, 7, and 8.
Today, the smell of hot sausage, sounds of amusement-ride screams and the mind control of a master hypnotist will settle into Clinton County.
As new attractions and events get added to the program, the Essex County Fair wants everyone to get in on the action.
The Adirondack Meat Company proposed for Ticonderoga may be free from property taxes for two years under a Payment In Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) program offered by the Essex County Industrial Development Agency (IDA).
An area advocate for sustainable agriculture in the Adirondacks has coordinated a historical exhibit looking at farms from a century ago, their practices and their role in the community and economy.
Residents of Port Kent will now be able to do a lot more with water.
A century ago, farmers were productive in the Adirondacks, producing vegetables, livestock and feed for regional consumption. But as larger farms developed nationally and more efficient transportation emerged, local farms died out, too small to compete. Today, however, a resurgence in local and sustainable food systems is once again changing how we use the lands of our forebears. An exhibit at the Warrensburgh Museum of Local History examines the changing role of farms in the region.
Notes from the North Woods
This is the time of the when it appears that everyone, and everything is on the move.