Editor, Adirondack Journal
It's taken time, but the Saratoga-North Creek Railway is becoming more and more sustainable — with new freight contracts in the works, a boost in passenger traffic and a record number of reservations for its immensely popular Polar Express themed excursions.
The new medical center which will both transform downtown Warrensburg and advance health care in Northern Warren County is to be dedicated to the man who's devoted 40 years of his life to improving the health and lives of southern Adirondack residents.
The Bolton-Warrensburg girls soccer players win a tournament this week, meanwhile one of the athletes attains 100 career soccer goals, a first-ever for her school.
Fall festivals in Warren County celebrate Bavarian traditions
German beer, Bavarian music and food, plenty of smiles, streets full of partying people — what a way to usher in Fall — and it's all in lake George Village this weekend as well as in Hague the following weekend.
The Bolton-Warrensburg Girls Soccer team carves out their own berth in history — its a new level of achievement for the Bolton Central girls soccer program, and a whole new experience for Warrensburg High athletes.
Jamiee and Roy Ross’s annual Benefit Barn Party is to be held from noon to about 11 p.m. Saturday Oct. 11 — and this year proceeds from the event go to help the family of nine-year-old Skyler Castro of Thurman, who is now undergoing treatment for bone cancer.
Warrensburg's Worlds Largest Garage Sale is back, and it's expected to have the biggest collection of yard sales and vendors ever.
A local resident who volunteers many hours beautifying the Warren County Bikeway asks county leaders to rescind their prohibition of dogs on the popular bicycle and pedestrian path.
Clarke Dunham's lavish, detailed model train layouts and miniature cityscapes have enchanted people from all over the world — but Dunham's ambitious collection of model train displays at Pottersville's Railroads on Parade museum, considered a national tourist attraction, will be closing permanently Oct. 13 and the train layouts will be sold to pay off an investor in Dunham's enterprise.
While it's uncertain whether it may prompt politicians to grandstand or boost civility, its virtually certain that broadcasting county meetings via television and YouTube will increase their attendance.