The county sponsored senior bus service to Glens Falls will make their trips twice a month on the second and fourth Friday.
Many ways to give back
A couple reminders about the Thurman townwide sale; pink sale signs will soon be posted all over town alerting sale goers of sale sites.
Rachael Ray offers some candid answers to questions posed by Adirondack Journal columnist Kathy Templeton during an appearance at her alma mater, Lake George High School,
There will be a Spaghetti Dinner to benefit Roger Niles on Saturday, May 24 from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Warrensburg Masonic Lodge, located at 3893 Main Street.
Warren County Public Health will be holding a rabies clinic from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday April 26 at the Lake George Firehouse at the intersection of Ottawa and Amherst streets.
The annual town-sponsored Children’s Easter Party will be held Saturday April 12 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Thurman Town Hall.
Warrensburg residents socialized, met their children's teachers and greeted neighbors at the first-ever Warrensburg Central School Community Dinner.
The fifth annual edition of Thurman Maple Days 2014 concludes this weekend, offering area residents and visitors a final chance to get out and get a fresh sampling of this year’s maple syrup while experiencing a tour of local sugaring operations.
Thurman Maple Days are held during the last three weekends in March, and this weekend offers second chance in 2014 to get out and see and smell how maple syrup are is produced in local “sugarhouses.”
Warren County Public Health will be holding a rabies clinic Saturday, March 22 at the Hadley-Luzerne Firehouse located on Lake Avenue, Lake Luzerne.
I have received some calls and been stopped in town by some folks who were curious how the tradition of the Maple Sugar Party began.
James Wallace, 11, and Alex Wallace, 6 would like celebrate the arrival of their baby brother with a birth announcement.
Members of the Thurman Connections Snowmobile Club report that their trails are open and groomed.
Many Thurman residents have phoned me this week reporting their extremely high energy bills – nearly double or triple in some cases the total of prior years.
Groundhog Day is Sunday, Feb. 2 and tradition has had it that if the critter doesn’t see his shadow there will be an early spring.
Valentine’s for Vets is scheduled for Feb. 8 from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Thurman town hall with refreshments to follow.
While the Myrna Keeler has been on vacation enjoying much-needed rest and relaxation, several Thurman residents have stepped up to the plate to try as best they can to fill her shoes at the Food Pantry.
The Thurman Town Board meeting on Jan. 14 will feature a special presentation of how white space broadband Internet accesss will work for Thurman.
Embracing traditional values, residents of the mountain town of Thurman gather to celebrate Christmas with their children.
There was a report of a coy dog sighting last week on Dippikill Road.
Jonathan Gerber and his staff initiated a fundraiser for High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care by accepting donations in exchange for recycled grocery bags.
The winter solstice is the time at which the sun appears at noon at its lowest altitude above the horizon.
The Queensbury Chapter of Relay for Life, a division of the American Cancer Society, will be holding two events this holiday season, and both occur this weekend.
There is a very lucky turkey who has taken up residence at Nettle Meadow Farm in Thurman after facing the axe just days before Thanksgiving.
The Friends of Richards Library are holding a retirement reception for long-time library director Sarah Farrar at 1 p.m. Dec. 1.
There's a strong holiday spirit enjoyed in the North Country, and the events and activities coming up at the Adirondack Interpretive Center in Newcomb reflect that exuberance.
The Thanksgiving holiday is just around the corner and here are a few tips to keep your family safe.
Living in the North Country presents various challenges for seniors, but there's an array of programs availabe that offer vital assistance so those over 60 can lead a more fulfilling life.
The Thurman Volunteer Fire Co. was organized more than a half-century ago by a group of local volunteers who built the firehouse in 1955.
The origins of Veterans Day
Glen-Athol Road renewed
Evie Russell a ‘live wire’ in nursing home
Safety reminders as fall arrives
Activities and events in the hills
Frustrated with frozen computer screens and excruciatingly slow download times due to prevailing dialup Internet services, residents of the rural town of Thurman are now looking forward to wireless 'white space' broadband that's coming to town soon.
Good riddance, dialup!
Gore to host Harvest Fest
Veterans dinner to be held
History of homes to be explored
Over the fence
Memories of bygone days
Last 2013 concert features Marty Wendell
Playground to be built this weekend
Suzie Baker’s memory to be honored
Heritage Showcase this weekend!
Heritage Showcase coming soon
Fall Farm Tour expanded
Athol Hardware & Variety reopens
Quilters aid little tornado victims