Editor, Adirondack Journal
Children mobbed the town hall for a Christmas craft session, and not one of them was disappointed that Santa didn't show up.
Angry Lake George citizens accuse state Environmental Conservation officials of bypassing their own environmental review mandates — and keeping their own plans low-profile to suppress public backlash over their intention to site a boat launch in shallow waters between Million Dollar Beach and private swimming areas.
At the recent retirement party for Sarah Farra, area residents comment on her character and service to the area communities as the third person ever at the helm of the historic Richards Library since it was founded 112 years ago.
A film student with local roots is planning to produce a film that provides insight into the local culture while depicting the adrenaline-fueled action of downhill skiing.
Wealthy towns get richer, poor towns, poorer
Like the inequitable distribution of wealth in our nation, the towns with expensive lakefront properties get more and more sales tax revenue each year to offset governmental expenses, while the towns with little or no such property get comparatively little sales tax revenue — despite the fact they may be generating the revenue by hosting flourishing businesses. The outcome? more and more of the tax load gets shifted to the working class and those with fixed incomes. The Supervisors of the land-rich towns balk at raising the subject, because they don't want to rock the boat.
The festival that celebrates hometown holiday traditions is occurring Saturday Dec. 7 and Sunday Dec. 8 in Warrensburg. New attractions include a Living Nativity, noon to 4 p.m. Saturday only, in front of Alexander Funeral Home on Main Street — asnd a Holiday Market in the Warrensburg Senior Center a block south of the historic town bandstand.
A courageous local boy stricken with a rare disease that causes episodes of horrific pain launches a Cut-A-Thon fundraiser — not to pay his medical bills, but to help other children with the puzzling ailment that confounds the medical community.
The coldest November in 30 years — plus plenty natural and man-made snow — have created excellent skiing conditions at Gore Mountain, and skiers are loving it!
A group of people dedicated to strengthening community ties and raising the standard of living for local people are holding an event that combines a sale of locally crafted goods aalong with spirited entertainment and a savory meal featuring an array of local prepared foods.
It was David versus Goliath: Warrensburg's Main St. shops versus Wal-Mart and the malls, and the results were a pleasant surprise for Warrensburg merchants!