April 27, 6 p.m., Warrensburg Assembly of God will show a film, A Thief in the Night.
The Friends of Richards Library are presenting a series of sessions at the library that are intended to be helpful as local residents deal with a variety of issues in their lives.
The Warrensburgh Museum of Local History is now hosting an exhibit portraying the history of churches in Warrensburg, and to date it’s been well received.
A program examining the reality of global climate change is to be presented by college administrator Stephen Danna from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 23 at St. Cecilia’s Church, 3802 Main St. in Warrensburg.
Construction resumed March 10 on Hudson Headwaters Health Network’s new health center in Warrensburg.
North Country Ministry is now seeking donations of firewood.
Students and teachers at Warrensburg High School will soon be competing in Donkey Basketball.
Amber Grace of the Plaza Salon will be holding an crafts instruction session entitled Crafts and Carafe on Tuesday Feb. 25 in Lizzie Keays’ banquet room.
The Warrensburgh Museum of Local History is planning an exhibit commemorating the history of all the local churches, and all of them are invited to participate in preparing materials for the displays.
On Tuesday, Jan. 21 a small group of parents, students, teachers and board of education members gathered to personally welcome Mr. John Goralski as the new WCS Superintendent, Mr. Goralski comes to WCS from the Stillwater Central School District.
High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care has been awarded the second Annual Have a Heart Scholarship from the local Saratoga, Warren, Washington Interagency Council.
The Warrensburg town board voted last week to hold its annual sale of landfill punch cards from Feb. 3 through Feb. 7.
Warrensburg Town Board members who were re-elected in November to new four-year terms
The Warrensburg Chamber Chamber of Commerce elected new directors at its December meeting.
Calling all crafters
Warrensburgh Harvest Dinner planned
Warrensburg area residents are encouraged to submit their doll houses or “room boxes” for consideration for the upcoming holiday exhibit at the Warrensburgh Historical Museum
‘Cancer Sucks’ walk coming soon
Lecture on Foster’s music features debut of new work ‘Adirondack Suite’
Help sought for Ministry’s car seat effort
Warrensburg Car Hop planned
Fee hike at Warrensburg transfer station
Golf tourney to boost outreach agency
Alumni banquet deadline looms
Donations sought for Jamboree
Free disposal days at landfill
Extended museum hours
‘Taste of Warrensburg’ slated
Extra study session
Talk set on history of trout fishing
Fundraiser for mission trip set
Chamber to bestow awards
Free Methodists offer zumba
Chambers to offer presentation
Pitkin’s legacy: to help others
Methodists’ meatloaf dinner set
Town takes action for pedestrians
Warrensburg kept the residents' health, fitness and recreational opportunities in mind when setting standards for new subdivisions.
LeCount family reunion held
Bicentennial exhibit opens
Join the Bicentennial celebration
Historical Society to meet
The Warrensburgh Museum of Local History has won accolades for its professional presentation of artifacts, its themed exhibits and its collections. Due to the venue's popularity, the museum is now seeking volunteers to serve as docents, or museum guides.
Bicentennial meals offered
Presbyterians slate Mardi Gras
Chamber seeks nominations
Karate classes now offered here
Property donated to Historical Society
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.
Leadership of the Warrensburg school system is realigned after the school board votes in two new top officials.