Eleven World War II and Korean War vets visited Westport Central last week to educate youngsters on the values of the Greatest Generation.
Hundreds of protesters rallied at Plattsburgh High on Saturday morning to protest Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed education policies.
The Chestertown Rotary Club with the help of the MOAS Class at North Warren Central School will host a District Rotary Youth Exchange Weekend Friday, Feb. 27 and Saturday, Feb. 28.
The Town of Chester Library's winter book sale annually draws hundreds of book collectors and avid readers from a wide area, spanning northeastern U.S. and Canada. This year, the sale features a remarkable collection of more than 600 cookbooks left to the library by the late Roberta Appleby, an area resident.
Long Lake Central School announces a day-long student and community event “The Foreign Exchange” Gala Thursday, March 5.
Indian Lake Goes Orange is a scholarship fundraiser and community beautification project that is being spearheaded by the Indian Lake School Community Service Club.
Leaders in business, industry and education in the Glens Falls-southern Adirondacks region offer their thoughts on the state of the economy and what it takes to be successful.
$2.8 million in facility upgrades have been deemed necessary by Lake George School District officials, Patrick Dee, and citizens turning out for a recent public meeting expressed support for the projects to be undertaken.
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A national nonprofit, College For Every Student (CFES), is searching for five schools to participate in a high-impact program that will help low-income students become college and career ready.
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Parents of North Warren students form PTO group to boost school activities, help teachers in educating the area's youth.
RAY BROOK — The research project launched to study the moose population in the Adirondacks is just getting started. Regional Wildlife Manager, Ed Reed, explained what the study hopes to do and what steps will be taken in the near future.
HESTERTOWN — Almost five years ago, the GAP Elimination Adjustment was instituted to balance New York State’s budget, taking away state aid from public schools and municipalities. Now that that state has a surplus, these funds still have not been restored. To address this and educate the community of its impacts, all 31 school districts in the region have joined together to create “Stand Up for Upstate Schools,” an advocacy event to be held on Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. at Saratoga Springs High School.