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WARRENSBURG | The fruit that is regarded a love charm in traditional folklore will be celebrated at a family-oriented fall festival Friday Sept. 13, as the Warrensburgh Farmers’ Market holds its 6th annual Apple Festival in the Warrensburg Riverside Read more

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INDIAN LAKE | September is rolling up and that means peak Fall foliage. But for the town of Indian Lake, September does not only bring hopes of tourism through the fiery colors swathed upon the mountains. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Renowned painter, Bill Crosby, is excited to display an exhibition of his artwork entitled, “Land, Water and Sky,” in the Main Gallery at The Strand Center for the Arts. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The future of the Plattsburgh State Art Museum is in interdisciplinary cooperation, its new director says. Read more

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We have been hearing it for the last year or two, the invasion is coming, no not migrants, the Emerald Ash borer. Read more

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KEENE | Alstead Hill Lane is an antique, the original wagon trail between Keene and Lake Placid, a route that would have been familiar to many an Adirondack legend, including abolitionist John Brown. Read more

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ADIRONDACKS | From fresh meats to regionally-made cheeses to vegetables from local farms, and breweries crafting beer with homegrown hops, the Adirondack Coast region of New York has an abundance of agri-tourism opportunities for visitors. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | The Essex County Board of Supervisors was given a passionate presentation recently on the state of Adirondack agriculture by Carly Summers, Cornell Cooperative Extension’s agricultural resource educator, at the start of the... Read more

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INDIAN LAKE | The Indian Lake Theater presents “All Things Bakelite: The Age of Plastic” on Aug. 22, at 7:30 p.m., followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers. The theater is located at 13 W. Main St. in Indian Lake. Read more

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BRANT LAKE | The Adirondack Lakes Alliance has honored Town of Horicon Supervisor Matt Simpson for his half-dozen years of advocacy work towards protecting the environmental quality of lakes and rivers in the Adirondacks. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | It doesn’t take long to notice Amy Feiereisel’s passion for the North Country and people at work here. Read more

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HORICON | A much-anticipated community event held annually in a hamlet near the border of Warren and Essex counties — and which features live music, dancing, food and raffles as well as dozens of yard sales — has a new focus this year. Read more

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INDIAN LAKE | The Indian Lake Town Board, at its July 8 meeting, unanimously passed a resolution naming Terry DeArmas as Indian Lake Town Citizen of the Year. Read more

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WILLSBORO | There is a new plan for a hopeful horizon for Willsboro. A Croatian pharmacist has decided to invest in the town and has begun the motions for a new start. His hopes are to “bring life” to a town that has been losing... Read more

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SCHROON LAKE | Abigail and Molly Wisser, now just out of college, wanted summer jobs where they would be able to give something back to the Schroon Lake community that they love. They had no idea how meaningful a contribution that would be. Read more

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STONY CREEK | The remote Adirondack town of Stony Creek will be celebrating its rural traditions next weekend, as its Mountain Days festival is held Saturday, Aug. 3, and Sunday, Aug. 4. Read more

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BLOOMINGDALE | A love of bees and brews have fused to reclaim a storefront long vacant here. Two young families hand-picked the spot at the old Blooming Market to blend craft brewing and an apiary. Read more

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LEWIS | Cornell Cooperative Extension of Essex and Franklin Counties has welcomed into the fold a new executive director after nearly a year of running with an interim director. Read more

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TICONDEROGA | In the late 1700s, a young surveyor was thrashing around the western Adirondacks trying to bring some sense of order to a massive tract of land where French nobles, for some reason, felt they might be able to regroup... Read more

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HAGUE | By next year, tourists and area residents may have a new destination where they can enjoy an impressive birds-eye view of southern Adirondack landscape. Read more

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