The Burghers football team is looking forward to their last two games of 2014 after the squad's aggressive performance against Fort Edward — the team's first win of 2014.
It's taken time, but the Saratoga-North Creek Railway is becoming more and more sustainable — with new freight contracts in the works, a boost in passenger traffic and a record number of reservations for its immensely popular Polar Express themed excursions.
The new medical center which will both transform downtown Warrensburg and advance health care in Northern Warren County is to be dedicated to the man who's devoted 40 years of his life to improving the health and lives of southern Adirondack residents.
The Bolton-Warrensburg girls soccer players win a tournament this week, meanwhile one of the athletes attains 100 career soccer goals, a first-ever for her school.
The Lake George Soccer program has enjoyed n unmatched string of championships over the last three decades. After losing one key game this year, the Varsity boys soccer players are rededicating their efforts towards blazing a path deep into the Section II tournament.
The Warrensburg football players fight hard against state-ranked Cambridge — and give their fans a taste of what they'll likely accomplish in their last three games of the 2014 season.
Fall festivals in Warren County celebrate Bavarian traditions
German beer, Bavarian music and food, plenty of smiles, streets full of partying people — what a way to usher in Fall — and it's all in lake George Village this weekend as well as in Hague the following weekend.
The Bolton-Warrensburg Girls Soccer team carves out their own berth in history — its a new level of achievement for the Bolton Central girls soccer program, and a whole new experience for Warrensburg High athletes.
The Warrensburg Central football team's season record appears dismal, but hides the talent and determination of the team that next year — with a long roster of returning veterans — will likely be a leading contender in the area.
Jamiee and Roy Ross’s annual Benefit Barn Party is to be held from noon to about 11 p.m. Saturday Oct. 11 — and this year proceeds from the event go to help the family of nine-year-old Skyler Castro of Thurman, who is now undergoing treatment for bone cancer.
New high-tech plant could cost $10 million
The state is mandating that Lake George Village clean up the effluent from their sewer treatment plant, which wastewater engineers have been working for years to upgrade. Now a task force looking into solving the outflow purity problem is suggesting that the plant should be scrapped and a new $10 million facility should be built in its place.
Warrensburg's Worlds Largest Garage Sale is back, and it's expected to have the biggest collection of yard sales and vendors ever.
A local resident who volunteers many hours beautifying the Warren County Bikeway asks county leaders to rescind their prohibition of dogs on the popular bicycle and pedestrian path.
Clarke Dunham's lavish, detailed model train layouts and miniature cityscapes have enchanted people from all over the world — but Dunham's ambitious collection of model train displays at Pottersville's Railroads on Parade museum, considered a national tourist attraction, will be closing permanently Oct. 13 and the train layouts will be sold to pay off an investor in Dunham's enterprise.
While it's uncertain whether it may prompt politicians to grandstand or boost civility, its virtually certain that broadcasting county meetings via television and YouTube will increase their attendance.
Warrensburg braces for what's expected to be a record-breaking 'World's Largest Garage Sale'.
The 2014 Warrensburg High School Volleyball team is surprising sports enthusiasts and gained fans as they turn around a program that's been struggling for years
Both parties in reciprocal libel suits will have to retract statements made almost five years ago, days before an election.
Two problems vex Lake George Fire Co. — slow response to fires and ever-increasing false alarms — and local officials say they'll be taking action.
Do short term rentals draw rowdy undesirables, or do they attract tourists who enhance the vitality and social life of the village?
Renowned bands such as NRBQ, Paranoid Social Club, New Riders of the Purple Sage are featured in this weekend's American Music Festival for the Lake — a first-ever event — in Lake George Village. The festival's lineup also features Claire Lynch who has won three 'Female Vocalist of the Year' awards and Robert Randolph & the Family Band, whose leader has won national acclaim for his Hendrix-like rock riffs on his pedal steel guitar.
The Adirondack Balloon Festival, beloved by people of all ages both from the region and around the nation, launches its 42nd edition this Thursday and extends through the weekend.
Fumbles prompt the loss of a game for the Warrensburg High School Football team, which has been exhibiting high spirits and dedication to the sport so far in the 2014 season.
The Warrensburg Field Hockey Team demonstrates their athleticism and drive in their early-season victories.
Event now recruiting groups to provide children's activities
Warrensburg's famed 'World's Largest Garage Sale' has first-ever features this year.
A public meeting to discuss ideas on local economic development is to be held Monday evening in Chestertown.
Whether its quirky, innovative music, gypsy jazz or straight-ahead stylings or selections from Fellini soundtracks, it's all being offered Saturday and Sunday at the Lake George Jazz Weekend by some internationally renowned artists.
Warrensburg's debut football game of 2014 is stymied by a sidelined quarterbackand tough opposing defense.
Environmentally-friendly porous pavement, boat washing stations, swimming and fishing piers with universal access, and an improved vehicle traffic flow — are all coming soon to Lake George's famed Million Dollar Beach in a $6.3 million construction project.
Whether to spend $8.3 million of taxpayer money on extending a runway at Warren County's airport — with about $400,000 of the sum shouldered locally — is again sure to spark controversy, as a public hearing on the development plans' environmental consequences is to be held Sept. 10.
A woman entranced with Mustangs since she was a teenager has organized a parade of the classic 'pony cars' through Lake George on Sunday Sept. 14, and she's hoping the procession will set a world's record.
Extravagant and artistically-conceived hot rods, bizarre but innovative custom vehicles, over-the-top muscle cars and lovingly restored antique sedans will all be featured at this weekend's annual Adirondack Nationals Car Show in Lake George, expected to be the largest in its quarter-century tenure. Although the police will likely be quelling the lawlessness that has plagued the nightly cruise-in, the event will still offer a memorable experience.
With an expanded pool of talent, Warrensburg athletes have a new opportunity to play soccer, and Bolton's renowned soccer team achieves new depth — in this first-ever sports team merger for the schools.
A local girls soccer team that features a teen athlete with statewide awards — a key player on a national champion team — wins their opening matchup Sept. 2. The game was the debut of the new joint Varsity team fielded by Bolton Central and Warrensburg high schools.
Armed with a core group of veteran athletes, Warrensburg High School's volleyball team is geared up for the upcoming season of competitive play.
Although losing some stellar talent to graduation this year, the Warrensburg High School Football Team has the dedication, chemistry and attitude necessary for success this season. Warrensburg has been known for high-energy football with surprise plays, cagey maneuvers and unlikely comebacks — all of which thrill the fans.
FOOTBALL MERGER: Students at a local school get to play interscholastic football for the first time in 33 years, while a neighboring school's program — once championship-caliber but now ailing due to declining enrollmnent — gets a substantial boost with a wealth of new athletes.
Warrensburg and the southern Adirondacks are poised for job growth and prosperity, an experienced regional economic development official says.
The Warrensburg Town Board names a recreation field in honor of local coach Mary ann Bump, as well as discussing ongoing streetscape and sewer plant upgrades.
The fried clams, fish fry specials and 28 flavors of rich ice cream will be back soon, as the classic Howard Johnson's Restaurant of Lake George — closed down for several years — will be reopening soon with its vintage furnishings, large salad bar and an expanded menu. The Lake George Howard Johnson's was one of three remaining restaurants of the once-ubiquitous chain.
The bowling alley in Lake George is undergoing substantial expansion, with a laser tag arena, arcade games, and a two-story climbing structure to be added.
An Army sergeant from Queensbury man who has struggled with ailments since being seriously injured by a massive explosive device in Afghanistan was recently awarded the Purple Heart — but he deferred the honor to the soldiers who are still fighting overseas, or didn't return from war.
Foir years, fewer and fewer volunteers have been stepping forward to serve on the region's emergency squads. A new local EMT training course is expected to help curb the disturbing trend.
The venue that's hosted rock superstars and a half-dozen hockey teams failed to prompt one bid Monday Aug. 18 when it was put up for a public auction. The lack of bids is expected to embolden the Coalition to Save Our Civic Center, a group of area community leaders who seek to continue its operation as a sports and entertainment venue under a public-private partnership.
A young race car driver amaze the crowd as they achieve an improbable feat.
Visitors at the Railroads on Parade model train museum in Pottersville gaze at several of the detailed cityscapes created by Clarke and Barbara Dunham, world renowned set designers. The Dunhams are looking for a new financial backer or a new location, or both. Courtesy photo
Before the Times Union Center in Albany, the Glens Falls Civic Center was regional attraction for large-scale sports and entertainment events. Now with its operational expenses burdening local taxpayers, city leaders have put it up for public auction. A citizens group, however, has stepped forward with a mission to acquire it and keep it a locally managed venue.
It's again time for that sports program that's brought fulfillment and fun — as well as lessons in sportsmanship and responsibility — to hundreds of local children: Warrensburg Youth Football.
The new Warensburg Health Center will not only radically change the streetscape of this rural Adirondack town, but it will bring a wide variety of specialty health care closer to home for about 25,000 area residents.
Thanks to state aid and money left over from another building project, a $1.24 million project to replace the roof of Warrensburg Elementary School is not expectedf to cost local taxpayers any additional money, nor effect the 2015-16 school tax rate.