Planners praised for achievement
County planners have worked long days — and on their own time — to try to bring state and federal money to northern Warren County communities, and their work is paying off.
Thoughts from Behind the Pressline
Back in June I used this column to question if there will be a daily newspaper in our future. Last week, our neighbors in Syracuse learned the answer to that question the hard way concerning the future of The Post-Standard.
Funding is available for non-profit organizations in Hamilton County that would like to host an arts and cultural event in 2013.
Area residents are invited to make a difference in their local environment by joining an effort to clean up litter Saturday from the Lake George shoreline, lakebottom and watershed.
After more than one 100 years as a family summer camp, this historic property has become a picturesque “hobby farm” and at last has family members living there full time.
An area advocate for sustainable agriculture in the Adirondacks has coordinated a historical exhibit looking at farms from a century ago, their practices and their role in the community and economy.
A century ago, farmers were productive in the Adirondacks, producing vegetables, livestock and feed for regional consumption. But as larger farms developed nationally and more efficient transportation emerged, local farms died out, too small to compete. Today, however, a resurgence in local and sustainable food systems is once again changing how we use the lands of our forebears. An exhibit at the Warrensburgh Museum of Local History examines the changing role of farms in the region.
Notes from the North Woods
This is the time of the when it appears that everyone, and everything is on the move.
Question of the Month
Lead by example. That’s exactly what the Johnsburg Central School (JCS) senior class decided to do when they volunteered their time and efforts for someone else.
Motorcycle riders arriving at Americade motorcycle rally in Lake George — from near and far — talk about what draws them to the worlds foremost two-wheeled touring rally.
In the May 12 edition of the News Enterprise, Anthony Moro’s advertisement on page 5 states that JCS has lost kids to homeschooling because of dissatisfaction with the quality of the education in our district.
Question of the Month
News Enterprise Editorial
North Creek has many assets that make it the envy of the North Country, including the Tannery Pond Community Center, the Saratoga-North Creek Railway and the Gore Mountain ski center.
Several Essex County supervisors reversed their course as a resolution to allow a beer tent at the Essex County Fair fell May 7.