Speed limit declines for holiday weekendColumbus Day weekend, which coincides with Canadian Thanksgiving and fall foliage season, traditionally sees a… AdkAction program boosts access to locally grown produceAdkAction has become an approved vendor through the Double Up Food Bucks program. A national… State to reroute Pitchoff trail in plan for Sentinel RangeThe new trailhead will be located at the Keene end of Cascade Lakes and traverse… Moriah OKs potential state purchase of a coveted climbing destinationParch Pond offers a picturesque lake framed by mountains and evergreens and a diverse forest… Global Climate Strikes planned for the AdirondacksOn Friday, Sept. 20, adults are being called on to join schoolchildren who have been… Neighbors’ complaints halt weapons training at Olympic site“Our whole market here is about peace and tranquility,” said Wayne Failing, who rents cabins…
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