Celebrity chef and television personality Rachael Ray sat down with Adirondack Journal reporter Ryan Edwards to answer a few questions before her 13th annual live show to benefit the LGHS Alumni Association.
The art of a Warrensburg High School graduate, Thurman-raised Corey Pitkin, is garnering the attention of critics and art enthusiasts around New York and northeastern U.S.
Egg hunters of all ages braved the cold this Saturday, March 28 for the annual It’s About Thyme egg hunt at Minerva Central School.
Warrensburg Chiropractic expands its services and focuses on wellness, weight loss and healthy lifestyles as Ashley Seaver, a Doctor of Chiropractic, joins the enterprise.
Over 80 Fire fighters from both the United States and Canada trained for crude oil fires involving railroads at the Security and Emergency Response Training Center (SERTC) in Pueblo Colorado recently.
Researchers finally confirmed what most children already knew, which is the fact that outdoor recreation provides a variety of important benefits beyond the obvious fun and games.
Dan Berggren and Andy Flynn will team up Easter Sunday in North Creek to mix Beggren’s folk songs with photos readings from Flynn’s books on artifacts from the Adirondack Museum.
Since trolleys stopped operating in Warrensburg many decades ago, Warrensburg has not hosted any form of public transportation. Now, a local entrepreneur has proposed to establish bus service — and area citizens respond with enthusiasm.
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 proposal to establish a facility to grow and process medical marijuana took a step forward as Warren County supervisors embraced the plan with enthusiasm and praise.
An age-old tradition in rural Thurman is enjoyed by many people from near and far — for its socializing, hearty food, and for how it raises money for a vital charity.
Although the arrival of the spring season has come and gone, it appears the winter season will continue to maintain command over the local landscape, with a deep snowpack in the woods, and chilly temperatures in the air.
Certified Ombudsmen are needed in Clinton, Franklin and Essex County.
Cash-family-approved tribute artist Harold Ford will perform "The Spirit of Johnny Cash" one night only, this Saturday, March 28, at 7 p.m.
Andrew McKenna's memoir “Sheer Madness” is a taut tale of addiction laced with equal parts self-deprecation and acerbic wit.
- This weekend
- 'Contact the Editor' Link
- Deer take down 10 percent in the northern zone
- Survivor, night 2
- Ready for another week of 'Survivor'
- Predictions on the 2011 rut
- More on backcountry damage
- Irene did not spare the backcountry
- Deer plan has holes