It may seem far too early for hunters to be taking to the woods again, especially in light of the recent 90 degree temperatures.
Whether to spend $8.3 million of taxpayer money on extending a runway at Warren County's airport — with about $400,000 of the sum shouldered locally — is again sure to spark controversy, as a public hearing on the development plans' environmental consequences is to be held Sept. 10.
A woman entranced with Mustangs since she was a teenager has organized a parade of the classic 'pony cars' through Lake George on Sunday Sept. 14, and she's hoping the procession will set a world's record.
Adirondack Wild: Friends of the Forest Preserve and other members of this year’s NYS Wilderness 50th Steering Committee will sponsor a public event in North Creek to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The National Wilderness Preservation System Act of 1964. Free and open to the public, the event will be held at Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek on Sept. 10 5 to 630 p.m. No reservations are needed.
There will be no shortage of gangster fedoras and flapper dresses Sept. 12, 13 and 14 in the Tri-lakes and Warrensburg areas. Rum runners weekend returns with new activities in this prohibition-era event.
On Saturday, Sept. 13, Teddy Roosevelt impersonator Joe Wiegard will visit again.
All are invited to take part in an Autumn Weekend of Antiques and Art in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains of New York State.
One hundred and thirty-four children attended the summer youth program held at the Ski Bowl Park.
Extravagant and artistically-conceived hot rods, bizarre but innovative custom vehicles, over-the-top muscle cars and lovingly restored antique sedans will all be featured at this weekend's annual Adirondack Nationals Car Show in Lake George, expected to be the largest in its quarter-century tenure. Although the police will likely be quelling the lawlessness that has plagued the nightly cruise-in, the event will still offer a memorable experience.
Play Group, sponsored by North Country Ministry, meets at the Adirondack Community Outreach Center on Rt. 28, between Wevertown and North Creek.
After enjoying a pleasant and slightly wet, Labor Day weekend, I’ve already been making plans for the impending Fall season.
The Indian Lake Theater and local Hamilton County libraries have chosen “Braiding Sweetgrass,” by Robin Wall Kimmerer, as the next Hamilton County Reads selection.
Girl Scouts will currently be hosting four registration nights during the month of September.
The fifth annual Great Adirondack Moose Festival (GAMF) will be held in Indian Lake, Sept. 27-28 and is sponsored by the Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce.
I recently received a phone call from an old friend who wanted to know if I could help him arrange to get a wild turkey for use as a prop in a photo shoot that was to be produced in the area.
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