At a press conference last Wednesday, April 29, Lake George Winery president and co-owner Sasha Pardy officially announced the first Adirondack Wine and Food Festival, coming to Lake George the last weekend in June
The Lotus Group of Companies held its first Lotus Loves Literacy Poetry Slam on Wednesday, April 29.
A church home visiting activity is about to begin in the towns of Indian Lake and Minerva.
Denise Taylor Hodge and Taylor Sterling Goodspeed were united in marriage on April 11, in a small family ceremony on Makapuu Beach, Oahu.
North Country Ministry, in their continuing effort to help and protect children, will start a new program this spring.
Owing to troubling obesity rates, Essex County is focusing on weight loss and chronic disease prevention as two priority public health projects for this year.
While the spring season has not yet arrived in all quarters of the region, it’s apparently on the way.
An independent agency in northern Warren County is uplifting hundreds of families' lives, and benefactors of the organization talk about its remarkable outreach during its annual benefit gala.
The last day of school before spring recess is an exciting one for the Pre-K through third grade students at Minerva Central School.
The Garden at the Ski Bowl is starting to begin.
The Chinese proverb states,” “If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.”
It’s been well-established that outdoor activities are beneficial to our overall physical, emotional and mental health.
Controversy over the pending sale of Westmount nursing home erupted again as documents were revealed that show the pending owner plans to cut staff and slash employee benefits at the facility when it is transferred to private ownership.
It appears the long, hard, Adirondack winter may finally be coming to a conclusion, and while many local anglers are still hauling around their ice fishing gear, it’s time to get out your trout gear as the annual “ice out” grows near.
The Adirondack Land Trust is delighted to announce that the F. M. Kirby Foundation has made a $2 million commitment to help fund perpetual care of working farms and forests under conservation easements.
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