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- Farmer’s market grows | 11 hours, 16 minutes ago
- Johnsburg Fine Arts featured at Tannery Pond Community Center | 12 hours, 16 minutes ago
- Church seeks donations and to sell Thanksgiving pies | 12 hours, 16 minutes ago
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- Preston's golden goal gives Blue Bombers third straight C title
- AuSable Valley falls to NAC in C girls final
- End of the season
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Anthony DiNardo
- Wrestling: Dylan v. Dillon
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Marcus Ramundo
- Wrestling: Dylan Baker v. Luis Weierbach
- Championship weekend
- Strong season comes to end for Johnsburg cross country team
- Lady Mountaineers come back to earn sectional finals appearance
- Lady Mountaineers rally for Class D quarterfinal win
- Mountaineers rally for sectional win against Panthers
- Griffins rain down on Johnsburg in sectional playoff debut
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- 'Trunk or Treat' to haunt Horicon, Pottersville
- Johnsburg Fine Arts featured at Tannery Pond Community Center
- Church seeks donations and to sell Thanksgiving pies
- Chamber announces light and decorating contest
- The hunt begins | Notes from the North Woods
Letters to the Editor
- Farmer’s market grows
- Takes umbrage with editorial, policy
- Challenge to editorial
- Pleased with house vote
- Non-profits do their part
- Man arrested for assault, kidnapping
- Warren County leaders warned of costly consequences of inaction on adding court space
- Rescue efforts under way for missing boater
- Essex County Sheriff announces re-election bid, gets approval for COPS grant
- Smacked! Heroin arrests a symptom of larger drug problem facing the North Country
- Conference seeks to combine wellness, economic growth
- APA schedules public hearing for Essex Chain Lakes master plan
- State Police: Beware phone scam
- More train rides, new freight deals boost railway’s prospects
- New Warrensburg Health Center to be dedicated to Dr. John Rugge
The children of Horicon are to gather Oct. 31 for a Halloween celebration — in a community where houses are far-flung and trick-or- treating presents a challenge.
The Widlund Gallery at Tannery Pond Community Center will be hosting a multi-media exhibit by members of Johnsburg Fine Arts (JFA) until Wednesday, Nov. 19.
North River United Methodist Church
Elise Stefanik, the Republican candidate for Congress, touched down in Elizabethtown on Wednesday morning to meet with local business owners.
The concept of “wellness travel” is an exploding industry in the North Country.
The Adirondack Park Agency (APA) will hold a series of public listening sessions to solicit comments regarding possible amendments to the Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan (APSLMP) including proposals identified as part of the Essex Chain Lakes classification.
The Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce will host the ninth annual Indian Lake “Let There Be Lights” Holiday Lighting and Decorating Contest.
The Taste of Home Cooking School will return to the Crete Memorial Civic Center Sunday, Nov. 2.
The Minerva/Newcomb girls soccer team advanced to the Section VII/Class D finals Saturday, Nov. 1, with a 3-2 win over the Moriah Vikings Oct. 28.
With everything the Minerva/Newcomb girls varsity soccer team had accomplished in 2014, there was one challenge they had never faced:
For the past year, 33 towns and hamlets across the Adirondack Park have quietly been involved in the destination master planning process, a customized way of growing the tourism economy to fit the needs of each community.
With seven days until Election Day, the Woolf campaign is putting their boots to the pavement.
Congressional candidate Aaron Woolf said investment is needed to ensure Essex County's Olympic facilities remain an economic driver for the region.
The state-owned Glen Bridge that spans the Hudson River in Thurman is to have its foundation strengthened, with an aim for it to withstand major flooding events. This $8.3 million project is likely to begin in 2016.