The art of a Warrensburg High School graduate, Thurman-raised Corey Pitkin, is garnering the attention of critics and art enthusiasts around New York and northeastern U.S.
Warrensburg Chiropractic expands its services and focuses on wellness, weight loss and healthy lifestyles as Ashley Seaver, a Doctor of Chiropractic, joins the enterprise.
Since trolleys stopped operating in Warrensburg many decades ago, Warrensburg has not hosted any form of public transportation. Now, a local entrepreneur has proposed to establish bus service — and area citizens respond with enthusiasm.
Hundreds of households in rural, mountainous Thurman — sparsely populated and far beyond the reach of cable or FIOS service — have had no broadband access for decades. But now an innovative project to establish a "white-space" broadband broadcast system has connected a dozen homes, with many more likely to be hooked up soon. Those now connected to "white space" report that their new high-speed broadband, with no data caps, is life-changing.
A proposal to establish a facility to grow and process medical marijuana took a step forward as Warren County supervisors embraced the plan with enthusiasm and praise.
Political observers are speculating that Westcott might be trimming his responsibilities so he can conduct advance work on a campaign to elect U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson to the governor's office in 2018.
The staff of a local automotive dealership is bestowed an elite award for their outstanding attention to customers' needs.
An age-old tradition in rural Thurman is enjoyed by many people from near and far — for its socializing, hearty food, and for how it raises money for a vital charity.
The Lake George Boys Basketball team is again in a statewide spotlight as they fought a comeback victory March 14 to win a regional trophy, and they are headed this weekend to the Glens Falls Civic Center in a quest for the NYS Class C championship.
The direction that Bolton Central takes in the future — whether it's 'tuitioning in' students, boosting academics or consolidation with nearby districts — will be influenced by the viewpoints of local citizens.
What's been called the "mother of all parties" in the southern Adirondacks is set to be held at Roaring Brook Ranch near Lake George Village.
In the wake of considerable success with merged soccer programs, Bolton and Warrensburg schools are poised to pursue joint football, field hockey, volleyball and cross-country teams — four sports not now offered at Bolton Central.
The beloved local tradition of the Thurman Jack Wax Party provides mountain music, hearty food and friendly conversation — as well as raising money for the local chapter of the American Cancer Society.
Over the next three weekends, area visitors and residents can experience how maple syrup is made if they participate in one of northern Warren County's signature events — Thurman Maple Days. There's also a lot more on tap, including craft sales, visits to a goat farm that produces nationally renowned cheeses, and demonstrations at a rural sawmill.
The lakeside village that knows how to party will be holding a festival of Irish heritage regardless of the weather forecast!
Warrensburg's public school leaders are asking local citizens to provide their opinions on the future direction of the school system, its budget and its curriculum and programs.
Scott Remington looks to the future as he thanks area individuals and businesses for their generosity in supporting the annual Scott Remington Family & Friends Spinal Cord Benefit party, for which tickets are now on sale.
The new $9.5 million Warrensburg Health Center, with expanded services and specialty care in its spacious, accommodating new facilities, is now open to the public. The most ambitious construction project undertaken to date by Hudson Headwaters Health Network, the building is now a primary landmark in downtown Warrensburg.
With a veteran West Point wrestler joining the Warrensburg Youth Wrestling Club coaching staff, the successful, award-winning program is now open to residents of nearby communities.
In bolstering its freight business, the Saratoga-North Creek Railway, primarily a passenger train service, plans to haul radioactive demolition waste from the Corinth station south.
With a Section II quarterfinal victory, North Warren Varsity Boys Basketball Team lives up to a school tradition of outstanding post-season play.
Chestertown could experience a substantial economic boost if it hosted a medical marijuana growing and processing facility, according to community leaders and principals of Etain, LLC who are proposing to situate a such an operation about a mile south of the hamlet.
Details of a proposed medical marijuana growing and processing operation just south of Chestertown are to be heard by the town board at a special meeting at 7 p.m. Monday March 2.
Public transportation from Warrensburg to Glens Falls — nonexistent since the bygone era of trolley service and stagecoaches — may soon become a reality. A public meeting on a proposed daily bus service is set for 6 p.m. Wednesday March 11 at the Warrensburg town hall.
The public may get the opportunity to vote on whether the controversial sale of the county-owned Westmount nursing home should proceed without a formal bid process or auction.
Shea Irish sets yet another school record for season point tally as the Burghers win the school's first boys basketball Sectional game since the late 1990s.
The premier winter carnival in upstate New York returns for another weekend filled with drag races on ice plus activities for people of all ages.
Wary insurers have prompted stunts like driving snowmobiles atop water and polar swimming to be eliminated from the Lake George Winter Carnival — but event officials are trying to get the two features to be reinstated by next year. Meanwhile, a snowmobiler attempts to careen on the surface of Lake George Saturday but ends up with a submerged sled.
A first-ever epidemic preparedness drill is to be conducted soon by Warren County Public Health Department, and area residents are being asked to participate.
The town of Warrensburg leads the way in converting to online and credit-card payments of taxes, licenses and fees.
A wrestling program jointly conducted by Lake George and Hadley-Luzerne Central Schools surpasses other schools in the region as their athletes win a string of Sectional championships and the team sends four wrestlers to the state tournament.
Wrestlers at Warrensburg Central School are taught from an early age about honorable competition, appropriate demeanor, and respect for officials and opponents — and this approach earned the WCS wrestling program a coveted regional sportsmanship award.
The legendary family-owned Jacobs & Toney market — a landmark in Warrensburg — will not change its basic nature under the ownership of a new generation, but it is adding contemporary conveniences and new services.
Jack Toney, for 50 years proprietor of Meat Store of the North in Warrensburg, has worked long hours at the market serving up custom cuts of meat as well as witty barbs, advice, and friendly greetings. The store has provided jobs for 100 or more local residents, and has launched the careers of many successful individuals.
Now celebrating its 100th anniversary, the Jacobs and Toney market in Warrensburg has not only survived a century, but it's flourished — providing fresh foods, quality meats and produce, as well as being a gathering place for people to socialize.
The Town of Chester Library's winter book sale annually draws hundreds of book collectors and avid readers from a wide area, spanning northeastern U.S. and Canada. This year, the sale features a remarkable collection of more than 600 cookbooks left to the library by the late Roberta Appleby, an area resident.
Six WCS wrestlers compete in Section II tourney
A large crowd of Warrensburg sports fans turned out for the Section II tournament Sunday Feb. 15 to watch their school's wrestling team garner one of two prestigious regional sportsmanship awards. The fans got quite a bonus - watching Lane Oehler win a Section II championship at 145 pounds, and Greg Shambo take third place at 132 pounds.
All three of Lake George's winter sports programs just earned championships — and they are looking forward to respectively advance in regional and state tournaments.
Extending the municipal sewer system, developing more solar power and restoring the historic Floyd Bennett Bandstand are objectives for Warrensburg's government in 2015, as expressed by town supervisor Kevin Geraghty.
Leaders in business, industry and education in the Glens Falls-southern Adirondacks region offer their thoughts on the state of the economy and what it takes to be successful.
A high school wrestling program only a few years old prevails over all competitors in the regional Class C Section II tournament.
Burgher wrestlers competing in Section II tourney
As a talented local athlete reaches a rare career mark, he and a half-dozen of his teammates are headed for a regional wrestling tournament.
Project planned to save local taxpayers $311,000
Things are looking up in Thurman: Bridges are to be replaced, and the town will be getting a revenue boost.
The Warrensburg town board awards a contract to reconstruct the town's iconic Floyd Bennett Bandstand, among other actions at its recent monthly meeting.
Northern Warren County may be hosting more tourists from New York City and elsewhere downstate if a proposed extension of the county railway to Rensselaer is determined to be feasible — and accomplished as envisioned.
Area community leaders hear about the proposals in Gov. Cuomo's Opportunity Agenda from Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul in her recent visit to Glens Falls — and Hochul along with many of Cuomo's initiatives receive a warm welcome.
Area state legislators Dan Stec and Betty Little, reacting to the corruption charges filed against state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, say its time for Silver to give up his post so the state can get back to business at hand.
Regional economic trends will be examined and foretold at a Jan. 30 breakfast sponsored by EDC Warren County.
A writer known for her evocative, offbeat works — and her highly individual, witty depictions of humanity — is conducting a series of workshops beginning Jan. 24 in Glens Falls.
A strong-willed, enterprising woman raised in primitive rural conditions — who changed the course of her mountainous hometown — recalls aspects of her life in vivid detail as she nears her 100th birthday.