The State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) today announced that New York’s Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) will begin accepting applications for regular benefits on Monday, Nov. 19.
Applications are being accepted for the Master Gardener training that will begin in January.
Free barrels given away
Ten free rain barrels were given away at a workshop at the gazebo in Ticonderoga’s Bicentennial Park recently.
Lazy River Farms has new offerings, hours and services under its new owners, and the public has responded favorably.
Residents and visitors came together for an afternoon of good local eats at the Taste of Local Food Fest at the Adirondack History Museum on Sept. 15.
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.
Community leaders in Chestertown for years have been strategizing how to get more people to town, so the empty storefronts downtown could be again filled with thriving businesses like in bygone years. But now that the Chestertown Farmers' Market brings crowds to town — and the shoppers are spending money, one town official has issued a list of criticisms. His complaints, however, were drowned out this week by praise from town leaders and citizens
Add Japanese Knotweed to the growing list of invasive species that's moved into the Adirondacks, After the unwanted weed started to take over his back yard, Warrensburg citizen John Wulfken decided to fight back.
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.
Creative Healing Connections to hold a fundraiser opening up the first pending Platinum LEED home in the Adirondacks to members of the community on Aug. 16 from 5:30 to 7:30p.m.
This week when Anita, Mary and I were working with Youth Works, one of the kids, in exasperation said, “How do you decide whether it is a weed or a flower?”
Kelly Irish enjoys solving peopl's decorating dilemmas, and she's brought her expertise to Queensbury. Irish has re-opened her store, Bear Cupboard, that was for years a landmark in Warrensburg, and it's located on Upper Glen St. across from New Way Lunch.
In an effort to boost the town's image and quality of life, Warrensburg's leaders are considering a comprehensive property maintenance law that would require property owners to keep their homes, yards and business premises tidy and well maintained.
Paving contractors, siding companies, politicians and real estate agents routinely erect lawn signs to advertise their services. But in Lake George, such signs may be a little less commonplace, if regulations the town board is considering are adopted.
Today, the smell of hot sausage, sounds of amusement-ride screams and the mind control of a master hypnotist will settle into Clinton County.