Effective July 1, all electronics that needs to be dispose of at the electronics waste collection site will be $.25 a pound.
Congressman Owens and Larry Stephenson, — a leading business owner in the southern Adirondacks — talk about ways to boost the economy and expand job opportunities in the region.
Fort Ticonderoga’s King’s Garden will present a new spring event “Friendship & Flowers” on May 17.
Business is blooming in Brant Lake this year, and the Lazy Moose Garden Market is the first of a half-dozen new enterprises to emerge.
People wanted in Ti, Crown Point, Schroon Lake
Do you have a green thumb? Would you like to have a green thumb? If so, Cornell Cooperative Extension would like to hear about it.
On Sunday, March 9, Daylight Savings Time begins at 2 a.m
Recycling efforts suggested
Looking to recycle your Christmas tree when the holidays are over?
Warrensburgh Beautification has continued its long-standing tradition this year as it is offering the 25th Limited Edition Christmas in Warrensburgh tree ornament.
Direct financial assistance is now available to help make home ownership a reality for qualified Essex County residents, according to the Housing Assistance Program of Essex County.
The Wadhams Strawberry Festival, held on Father’s Day each year, was honored with the North Country Heritage Award by the Canton-based organization Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY).
Have an interest in gardening? Cornell Cooperative Extension in Warren County is now seeking volunteers for their Master Gardener program that teaches others to grow various vegetables, flowers and plants successfully.
Carillon Garden Club plants spring flowers
Winter is nearing, but the Carillon Garden Club is already thinking spring. Club members recently planted 200 daffodil bulbs at the Blue Star Memorial Garden near the Crown Point Bridge.
The members of the Clinton County Firefighters Association (CCFA) would like to remind everyone that the upcoming end to Daylight Savings Times, Nov. 3, is a great time to change the batteries in your smoke alarms.
The Adirondack Mountain Garden Club has announced the recipients of Beautification Awards for 2013.
Betty Rettig cited for her work in the King’s Garden
A community horticulturist has been honored by Fort Ticonderoga. Betty Rettig of Ticonderoga has been named the fort’s Volunteer of the Year for her work in Fort Ticonderoga’s King’s Garden. Rettig has donated nearly 300 hours of volunteer service since 2009.