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 Indian Lake Community Farmers Market (ILCFM) Steering Committee would like to thank the community for their support and participation in our successful 2014 Farmers Market held Saturdays, July 5, through September 27.
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
Much has been written on the subject of smiling.
Elise Stefanik, the Republican candidate for Congress, touched down in Elizabethtown on Wednesday morning to meet with local business owners.
Two recent Op-Ed pieces, an editorial and a letter to the editor, raise some interesting questions.
I am writing in response to your recent opinion column on the tax treatment of not for profit corporations in the Adirondacks.
The concept of “wellness travel” is an exploding industry in the North Country.
The Johnsburg Central School’s cross country team wrapped up their regular season on Thursday Oct. 24.
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.
Although the Adirondack woodlands remain primarily brown and damp, the Big Game Hunting Season is now in full swing.
Now that we’ve all had out fill of the lovely fall colors, hot mulled cider and warm sugar donuts, it’s time to get down to the business of being from the North Country.
Last week will be footnoted as a week of needless deaths.
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.