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WARRENSBURG | Area residents and visitors are invited to join several dozen local citizens in an annual climb next weekend up Jimmy’s Peak. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Village officials are poised to embark on a novel venture — they’ve decided to modify their wintertime road maintenance procedures in one small section of the municipality at the request of local homeowners. more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | A $5.3 million project to renovate elementary and high school buildings and improve athletic facilities of the Lake George School District is now under consideration by district officials. more

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LAKE GEORGE | The village of Lake George is experiencing a banner year for tourism, according to Mayor Robert Blais. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Parking vehicles in the village is the focus of two of three new ordinances either enacted or discussed last month by the Lake George Village Board. more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Renowned internationally for outstanding innovative and traditional classical music, the Lake George Music Festival returns to the region next week with a lineup of concerts that affirm its storied reputation. more

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LAKE GEORGE | Traffic disruption in Lake George Village stemming from Americade’s two-day block party may be just a bad memory by next year if the motorcycle rally’s director and village officials work out logistics to move the event to a new site. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Village police officers will soon be armed with pepper spray, ready to curb street fights as well as halt violence in domestic incidents. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Controversy over compensation for the Town of Lake George’s computer consultant erupted at the July 9 town board meeting, leading to town Supervisor Dennis Dickinson’s declaration... more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Access to Diamond Point Beach is soon likely to be allowed only by residents’ use of key fob transponders — one of many new pending changes at the beach and adjacent park. more

The Sun

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STONY CREEK | Enduring rural traditions will be showcased next weekend as Stony Creek Mountain Days hosts a lumberjacks competition, music, crafts vendors, children’s shows, and an historical encampment during Stony Creek Mountain Days. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Case would be difficult to prove, says supervisor more

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WARRENSBURG | Many hundreds of people throughout the southern Adirondacks will undoubtedly be descending on Warrensburg this weekend to enjoy the attractions at Smoke Eaters’ Jamboree. more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Noted author, poet and psychotherapist Paul Pines, curator and co-founder of  the Lake George Jazz Weekend, passed away last month... more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Featuring amusement rides, a midway and games of chance, the annual carnival-style event that has been enjoyed by generations of North Country residents is set for Friday July 27 and Saturday July 28 at the Warrensburg Recreation Field. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Legislation to raise rates charged for municipal water in Lake George Village ... more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Village trustees offered differing opinions recently as they considered a proposal by Mayor Blais for the village government to help pay for the cost of stationing armed police officers in Lake George’s public elementary and high school more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Village residents and business owners expressed a wide range of opinions about Americade’s block party, in which a stretch of Canada St. was shut down over a weekend in early June... more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | The effort to establish a new local multi-purpose mountainside recreational park is progressing... more

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LAKE GEORGE | The Lake George Village dog park may have new amenities if village officials are successful in obtaining money they are seeking to fund improvements to the venue. more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Area residents and visitors are invited to join several dozen local citizens in an annual climb next weekend up Jimmy’s Peak. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Village officials are poised to embark on a novel venture — they’ve decided to modify their wintertime road maintenance procedures in one small section of the municipality at the request of local homeowners. more

The Sun

lgcscapprojarchi_Sm.jpg

Photo by Thom Randall

LAKE GEORGE | A $5.3 million project to renovate elementary and high school buildings and improve athletic facilities of the Lake George School District is now under consideration by district officials. more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | The village of Lake George is experiencing a banner year for tourism, according to Mayor Robert Blais. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Parking vehicles in the village is the focus of two of three new ordinances either enacted or discussed last month by the Lake George Village Board. more

The Sun

lakegeorgemusicfestlatenite.jpg

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LAKE GEORGE | Renowned internationally for outstanding innovative and traditional classical music, the Lake George Music Festival returns to the region next week with a lineup of concerts that affirm its storied reputation. more

The Sun

dutcheramericadelgvbmtg_Sm.jpg

Photo by Thom Randall

LAKE GEORGE | Traffic disruption in Lake George Village stemming from Americade’s two-day block party may be just a bad memory by next year if the motorcycle rally’s director and village officials work out logistics to move the event to a new site. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Village police officers will soon be armed with pepper spray, ready to curb street fights as well as halt violence in domestic incidents. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Controversy over compensation for the Town of Lake George’s computer consultant erupted at the July 9 town board meeting, leading to town Supervisor Dennis Dickinson’s declaration... more

The Sun

diamond.point.beach.lockdown.jpg

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LAKE GEORGE | Access to Diamond Point Beach is soon likely to be allowed only by residents’ use of key fob transponders — one of many new pending changes at the beach and adjacent park. more

The Sun

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Photo by Thom Randall

STONY CREEK | Enduring rural traditions will be showcased next weekend as Stony Creek Mountain Days hosts a lumberjacks competition, music, crafts vendors, children’s shows, and an historical encampment during Stony Creek Mountain Days. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Case would be difficult to prove, says supervisor more

The Sun

Jamboree.Wm.Henderson.jpg

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WARRENSBURG | Many hundreds of people throughout the southern Adirondacks will undoubtedly be descending on Warrensburg this weekend to enjoy the attractions at Smoke Eaters’ Jamboree. more

The Sun

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Photo by Rudy Lu

LAKE GEORGE | Noted author, poet and psychotherapist Paul Pines, curator and co-founder of  the Lake George Jazz Weekend, passed away last month... more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Featuring amusement rides, a midway and games of chance, the annual carnival-style event that has been enjoyed by generations of North Country residents is set for Friday July 27 and Saturday July 28 at the Warrensburg Recreation Field. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Legislation to raise rates charged for municipal water in Lake George Village ... more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Village trustees offered differing opinions recently as they considered a proposal by Mayor Blais for the village government to help pay for the cost of stationing armed police officers in Lake George’s public elementary and high school more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Village residents and business owners expressed a wide range of opinions about Americade’s block party, in which a stretch of Canada St. was shut down over a weekend in early June... more

The Sun

LakeGeorgeFallShoreline.jpg

Courtesy photo

LAKE GEORGE | The effort to establish a new local multi-purpose mountainside recreational park is progressing... more

Articles

LAKE GEORGE | The Lake George Village dog park may have new amenities if village officials are successful in obtaining money they are seeking to fund improvements to the venue. more

The Sun

  • Adirondack Gateway Council CEO Ed Bartholomew talks to members of the Warrensburg economic development committee this summer about approaches to building commerce and building a local sustainable economy.

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    Lake George Wastewater Treatment Plant supervisor Tim Shudt explains the steps of processing sewage during a 2012 tour of the facility. Monday, the village board enacted a moratorium on sewer hookups for commercial and multi-family developments while local officials pursue plans for a major renovation or replacement of the treatment plant.

  • During the 2013 edition of the World’s Largest Garage Sale, bargain-hunters walk up Main St. in Warrensburg. The sale offers virtually everything from dollar-store items, tools and household goods to valuable antiques and rare collectibles. This year’s great sale, officially to be held Saturday Oct. 3 through Sunday Oct. 4, is to offer train rides for visitors seeking to avoid the traffic and parking woes — as well as the ‘Family Fun Zone’ which features free entertainment and activities for those weary of shopping.

  • This three-bedroom ranch home assessed at $121,600, was among 65 or so properties sold at a previous tax-sale auction.

  • Bob Roberts of Queensbury talks to Warren County supervisors July 28 about his late daughter’s service to area communities — and to the nation — as a paramedic. Listening (rear) are Queensbury at-large Supervisor Mark Westcott and Roberts’ wife Cindy. The Roberts couple’s request to have a local pedestrian bridge named in memory of Kristie was endorsed by the supervisors that serve on the county Public Works Committee.

  • One of Warren County’s dozen-plus emergency response vehicles sits outside the county Municipal Center. With the vehicles left outside through the winter, emergency personnel might not be able to respond in a timely manner to a calamity occurring during a major snowstorm, the county Emergency Services Services Director Brian LaFlure warned this week. Also, the equipment, worth over $1 million, is degrading due to its exposure to the weather. LaFlure suggested that a garage be built to house the vehicles and equipment.

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