Hundreds of citizens in the region will be turning out to honor those who've served their nation as they attend Veterans Day ceremonies.
Citizens sought for search committee
Ray Ciccarelli, a high-profile community leader for decades in Bolton, is retiring as superintendent of the Bolton Central School District — and a search for his replacement is about to begin.
A plan to establish a Business Improvement District in Lake George Village gets a little less costly, less onerous, and excludes owner-occupied residences in its second draft — approved Nov. 4 by the village board.
The highly contested, drama-filled campaigns in Warren County were concluded Tuesday, with some surprising results.
A long list of intriguing races will be decided in a matter of hours.
After a contentious budget-drafting season, the finalized spending plan is hailed for frugality, savvy spending.
Planes, boats to survey lake
Those planes flying repeatedly over Lake George this week have a scientific mission: An advanced, world-class environmental monitoring and prediction system in Lake George that involves collecting massive amounts of data on lake currents, organisms and pollutants, is kicking off with lake contour mapping efforts.
Just driving through Lake George one can see how important Canadian tourism is to the region — by looking at the number of Canadian flags are flying above motels and restaurants. Area tourism officials, however, are ramping up their efforts to pursuade Canadians to visit Warren County.
Girlfriends' Getaway, a weekend retreat for women in Bolton Landing, made waves and won friends right from its debut. The acclaimed event has continued to grow and spread the word about the beauty and amenities of the Lake George region — and its founder was recently awarded for her work.
Two candidates for Warrensburg Town Supervisor differed sharply on a variety of issues — but they both pledged to keep government expenditures to a minimum.
Patient pugs allow their owners to dress them up in zany costumes in this ever-popular Chestertown event that annually draws people from near and far.
Warrensburg high-schoolers demonstrate environmental stewardship and community activism as they clean trash out of the Schroon River.
Neighbors and fellow church members help a family that is facing hardships stemming from a rare genetic condition.
Questions go unanswered
It was going to be 'showtime' for a capacity crowd of Thurman citizens Oct. 22 at a Meet the Candidates Night, but they were left hanging when one of the co-stars of a highly-anticipated political debate didn't show up — apparently due to an injury that required emergency surgery.
Area officials hail plans for new supermarket, impact on regional economy
Area politicians and Golub Corporation executives gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 16 for a new supermarket — the first ever of its size and range of services — to be built just south of Warrensburg. The plans for the expansive, full service store were unveiled at the event.
Facing a formidable challenge, Warrensburg football players — including a few rookies — pull off a key victory with gritty determination.
In developing a project to improve recreational opportunities and pedestrian ambiance in Warrensburg, researchers discover it's a 'walkable' and sociable place to live.
Those homely looking but lovable and well-mannered dogs are being celebrated Sunday Oct. 20 at the annual Chestertown Pug Party & Parade.
1n 1963, Warren County's new Municipal Center suburban-style campus was considered an innovative way to house county government. This week, the county center was again in the spotlight during its 50th anniversary celebration, which prompted many of the county elders to reminisce and the younger leaders to pay their respects.
A major new supermarket development near Northway Exit 23 is to be a reality by next summer, and the groundbreaking for the store — a full-service Price Chopper — is to be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday Oct. 16.
The contentious quest to lead Thurman government now features a face-off of the two candidates for town supervisor in a rare local Meet the Candidates night.
A harvest festival in Lake George fills the village's main drag with a crowd that savored craft beer, Bavarian food, German music, a craft festival, and games for children.
At Lake George Oktoberfest's debut in 2012, the resort village's main street was filled with people celebrating and dancing to German music. This year's edition —set for Saturday Oct. 12 and Sunday Oct. 13 — is expected to be just as fun and popular.
Folks love festivals in Bolton because of the upscale lakeside ambiance. This weekend's quality arts & crafts fest — combined with the Bolton community garage sale and chili cook-off — means there's even more reason to visit Bolton for Columbus Day weekend!
Whether a Business Improvement District would boost commerce and benefit Lake George Village — or just boost taxes and add another layer of government — was debated Oct. 7 by local citizens at a village public hearing.
Moving Warren County's tourism promotion operations into the middle of a busy strip of outlet malls makes a lot of sense to some county leaders, but seems like a misguided idea to others.
The colossal sale that annually swallows Warrensburg yields weird treasures as it sets a new one-day record
The Warrensburg football team has only done it once in the prior seven years — they beat rival Lake George, and they did it with a stunning trick play in a game that will be remembered for a generation by Burgher fans.
For more than three decades, tens of thousands of bargain-hunters have crammed into Warrensburg for the World's Largest Garage Sale for antiques, collectibles, distressed goods, tools and household wares of all kinds.If you can imagine it, it's available at this colossal sale.
There was considerable opposition early this year when the village board adopted a new zoning code that allowed buildings as tall as 72 feet high in selected spots in Lake George Village, but generally not on the east side of Canada Street near the lake. And now that a lakeside resort owner has asked for a variance to also build six stories, the outcry is more vocal.
A brazen drivers-test cheating scandal in NYC prompts the state to impose new mandates for testing oversight. In Warren County, the DMV office suspended its drivers testing until it adjusts its operation to comply with new oversight regulations.
This past weekend's 'Festival for the Lake' went beyond serving as a pleasant weekend of fun family activities — it raised needed funds to protect Lake George's health
Never make assumptions about the fortunes of the Warrensburg High School Football Team. In astonishing turnabout, the Burghers ran roughshod over a talented arch-rival merely a week after losing a game 53-0.
The Warrensburg Youth Football teams tangle with opponents in September matchups.
Canoe and bed races, children's games, a communal soup, a shared meal of home-cooked food and paddling around a scenic pond — who could ask for more from a community festival. The Bolton Harvest Festival is scheduled for Saturday Oct. 5 at Edgecomb Pond.
A family festival held to raise money to help protect the purity of Lake George draws thousands to enjoy music and a wide array of activities. The Festival for the Lake continues Sunday, Sept. 29 through 4 p.m.
The town of Thurman cut its summer youth program this year due to budget constraints. But now that the budget stresses have receded, town leaders are considering reinstating some form of organized youth activities. The issue is likely to be raised at a special town board meeting Monday Sept. 20.
Lake George is becoming known for its celebrations, and the latest is likely to extend that reputation. Billed to be Lake George's largest party yet of its kind, the Festival for the Lake is occurring this weekend, with a street fair complete with beer and wine, a lineup of musical entertainment, casino games, and a children's carnival.
Although the side of Lake George's main drag that extends to the lake was specifically excluded from hosting tall buildings in recent zoning changes, the owner of a leading hotel situated on the lake has asked for a zoning variance to build a six-story structure to house 60 new rooms and a two-story parking garage, now prohibited in the hotel's zone.
The town of Chester takes another step forward in sustainable practices — while saving money for taxpayers and aiding the environment.
The long-awaited supermarket planned for years off Northway Exit 23 is finally coming to fruition.
A man who grew up in Thurman was chosen to lead one of Warren County government's most demanding jobs.
As the Adirondack Balloon Fest took flight Thursday evening in Glens Falls Crandall Park, balloonists and out-of-towners praised the not only the acclaimed festival, but the local citizenry's spirit and character.
Lake George Planning Board members say they want the village's first large-scale hotel to be architecturally interesting — a structure that the community can take pride in.
Not only girls, but guys too just want to have fun — and that's what the Warrensburg Car Hop served up recently, with a vintage car show, a clever radio personality and congenial waitresses serving up 1950s diner food curbside.
A new municipal entity is on the verge of being established in Lake George, and although it will levy an additional tax, it has widespread support as it mission is to boost economic development among businesses in the core commercial district.
The Warrensburg High School football squad has endured many seasons when they both suffered slumps then enjoyed moments of brilliant play. After suffering a tilted shutout last Saturday, Burgher coach is hoping for the latter of the two to put some fire into the 2013 campaign.
A celebration of the Prohibition era — complete with gangsters, bootleggers and flapper girls — came alive this weekend in Chester in a series of events that injected new life into rural northern Warren County.
The 30th edition of the Lake George Jazz Weekend, set for Saturday Sept. 14 through Sunday Sept. 15, features a lineup of internationally acclaimed musicians, including legendary vibraphonist Gary Burton and his new group.
This weekend's Rum-Runners' Weekend celebrates the exploits of the Roaring Twenties, while drawing attention to the Prohibition-era heritage of local communities. Historians say that rum-runners stopped over in Pottersville and Chestertown when they were smuggling alcoholic beverages into the U.S. from Canada — transporting them down Rte. 9, the main route to New York City.