The family of North Warren teen Tim Lucid, stricken with an autoimmune condition that causes episodes of extreme pain, will be the beneficiary of a fundraiser set for Sunday March 23 at the Horicon Fire Dept. in Brant Lake. The event, to help pay the Lucid family’s medically-related expenses, features a spaghetti dinner, musical entertainment, an extensive basket raffle and activities for children.
North Warren Central School faculty members Maria Swartz and Kim Sabo collaborate yet again in directing a charming musical that helps area children develop their poise, talent and self-confidence.
Bolton Central thespians tackle an entertaining, challenging drama under the guidance of drama coach Paul Weick.
Computer timing to be utilized in July 4th race
The 28th annual Montcalm Mile will offer $2,300 in prize money this July 4th in Ticonderoga. The Montcalm Mile, the largest participation event in Ticonderoga every year, will also become the first area race to use computer chip timing to score results in 2014.
East Branch Friends of the Arts (EBFA) is excited to announce a new campaign on Adirondack Gives, the crowdfunding site for Adirondack region nonprofits.
The sixteenth annual juried competition at the Adirondack Artists Guild opened on Friday evening, March 14, with a festive reception.
The Winter Paralympic Games are currently taking place in the same Russian seaport that hosted the Winter Olympiad one month earlier, and a photography exhibit at the Olympic Center Museum brings that action here.
One of Lake George Village's most frigid St. Patrick's Day weekends in recent history didn't deter hundreds from enjoying the Irish-oriented festivities at Sham-Rock the Block fest.
Chief financial officer resigns amid cuts
Inter-Lakes Health officials claim the Ticonderoga health care facility has a viable future, despite continued retrenchment.
Our Town Theatre Group will host a performance of Larry Shue’s The Foreigner on March 21,22, and 23rd at the Tannery Pond Community Center Lyle Dye Auditorium. The Foreigner has received high praise from a wide variety of audiences.
Deborah Misik was hoping the A.P. Smith’s Bakery at Paul Smith’s College would be a little busier when the doors opened at 9 a.m. March 6.
Called "Sham 'Rock' the Block," it's a two-day family festival in Lake George Village that offers everythig from a keg-tossing contest and Irish music, dancing and partying — to bounce houses and pony rides for children.
The idea of getting the community together for breakfast at school was an idea that proved very popular — and allowed the students' parents to meet their teachers in a fun atmosphere.
People from near and far will be gathering this weekend in Thurman to savor the tasty age-old treat of Jack Wax, or maple syrup ladled onto ice crystals — but they'll also be enjoying Adirondack mountain-town hospitality as the local residents raise money to fight cancer.
The towns are separated by less than 10 miles, but Lake Placid and Saranac Lake will host their own Olympic celebrations in the coming weeks.
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- Deer take down 10 percent in the northern zone
- Survivor, night 2
- Ready for another week of 'Survivor'
- Predictions on the 2011 rut
- More on backcountry damage
- Irene did not spare the backcountry
- Deer plan has holes
- Capt. Richard Phillips in Whallonsburg
- Gore Mt. Restaurant Races
- Sophie Clarke - THE FOOD
- Sophie Clarke - THE GAME
- Sophie Clarke - STRATEGY
- Sophie Clarke - THE FINALE
- Sophie Clarke FAME & FORTUNE
- Moose mimics take to the stage
- Meet the Candidate Night
- Santa's Workshop estimates $150,000 worth in damages