Good news for local entrepreneurs with big ideas and empty wallets: A group of North Country investors wants to fund your startup biz.
Strong undercurrents of youthful activity are seeking to reverse a brain drain in the Adirondacks — if the ingredients can come together.
J & J Foxx Lair is looking for local farmers, crafters and artisans who would like to reserve a space to sell their products at a weekly local market.
The Common Ground Alliance forum, the day-long summit designed to facilitate dialogue and find solutions for Adirondack issues, has a measurable effect on policymaking, say elected officials.
A Warrensburg couple recently converted an old auto-repair shop in a historic building into a high end Adirondack gifts store.
The New York State Board of Regents has signed off on a proposal from Paul Smith’s College to add the name of a prominent donor to their official name.
Thurman leaders' groundbreaking "white space" project to bring Internet access to the residents of their sparsely-populated town experienced local political opposition and a myriad of technological challenges — but it overcame them all. Recently, the wireless access project was named "most innovative" in the state.
Fire officials warned all across New York State warned county leaders about the public safety hazards of ground-based fireworks when they were considering to make the sale of the items legal. Now, considering the public outcry about fireworks misuse and the various fires and injuries that occurred since they were legalized, the fire officials concerns are justified, many citizens have said.
The Saratoga-North Creek Railway takes steps both towards enhancing passengers' experience as well as boosting freight traffic— steps toward making the railroad a sustainable operation.
Nearly 20 miles of administrative roads in the Essex Chain Lakes Complex in the Central Adirondacks will open to bicyclists beginning July 4, state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announced today.
Board members say a merger between the Tannery Pond Community Center Association and the Upper Hudson Musical Arts will benefit each organization and the community.
Community leaders, innovative entrepreneurs and Adirondack citizens will gather here on Wednesday, July 15 to discuss constructive ways to enhance the quality of life in communities across the region.
The Tannery Pond Community Center Association and Upper Hudson Musical Arts have merged to become the Tannery Pond Center for Arts, Education and Community Gatherings.
Festivals fireworks, patriotism and community events abound in the southern Adirondacks this weekend!
Beginning July 11, the Indian Lake Community Farmer Market will be held every Saturday, through Sept. 26, at the intersection of Rte 28 and Rte 30 in the former grocery store parking lot from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
- Special Guests Molly Kasriels
- Special Guests Janelle Shepard & Amy DuBois
- Special Guest Trisha Sheehan
- Special Guest Chrisanna Golovach
- Special Guests Michele Powers & Kristy Kennedy
- Special Guest Capt. Larry Goodman
- Special Guest Chrisanna Golovach Ep. 29
- Special Guest Leigh Mundy Ep. 28
- Special Guest Mike Connolly
- Special Guest Howard Lowe
- Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
- United Way of the Adirondack Region Annual Campaign Kickoff Breakfast
- U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Speaks at the 2011 Northern Border Summit in Lake Placid
- Governor Andrew Cuomo announces Route 73 is now open Irene
- Santa's Workshop estimates $150,000 worth in damages
- Cuomo launches the North Country Regional Economic Development Council
- Lewis has harsh words for APA board