For generations, the Adirondack Mountains have been a source of inspiration for artists.
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The last day of school before spring recess is an exciting one for the Pre-K through third grade students at Minerva Central School.
16 year old Jacob Ferguson is climbing to the top rank of Boy Scouts, and for his Eagle project he chose to help his community better understand the disorder that has made him feel left out his entire life.
Garrett Combs' Warrensburg-based tutoring service has helped 33 area students and counting.
The Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference (MVAC) announces Scholar Athletes for the 2015 Winter Sports Season.
An informational meeting has been scheduled for parents of incoming Pre-Kindergarten students and any Kindergarten students not previously enrolled at Minerva Central School Thursday, April 30, at 6:30 p.m.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said last week's state’s education reforms will be a bedrock of his legacy. But for one powerful union, they’re a disgraceful sham.
As a part of their "Lotus Loves Literacy" charity effort, Lotus Group will host a poetry slam to benefit the Richards library. The event will be held at the Lodge on Echo Lake on Wednesday, April 29 at 6 p.m.
Adirondack Foundation is offering $113,000 in scholarship opportunities this year to students and families seeking financial aid for higher education.
Following the passage of the state budget on Tuesday, New York’s education system is set to implement some of its most dramatic and fundamental reforms in years.
If child(ren) will be 5 years old prior to December 1, they are eligible to attend kindergarten during the 2015-2016 school year.
The state budget includes funding to establish a logger training program at Paul Smith’s College, reported Sen. Betty Little.
Hundreds of households in rural, mountainous Thurman — sparsely populated and far beyond the reach of cable or FIOS service — have had no broadband access for decades. But now an innovative project to establish a "white-space" broadband broadcast system has connected a dozen homes, with many more likely to be hooked up soon. Those now connected to "white space" report that their new high-speed broadband, with no data caps, is life-changing.
A group of 14 Johnsburg juniors and seniors have been counting down the days until they take off on a European expedition over spring break.