James Hayes helps people with disabilities enjoy alpine skiing, through his work as an instructor for a program at state-run ski facilities
The retired chairman and CEO of International Paper and Adirondack Park philanthropist John Dillon died last week.
An Adirondack historian is researching how climate change will affect culture and history for a statewide climate assessment
Adirondack Council Executive Director Willie Janeway will step down from his post on Sept. 15, after more than a decade.
Robert Blais is believed to be the country’s longest-serving mayor. He’s retiring at the end of March after 52 years in office
A Fulton County dairy farmer is hoping to keep his business afloat with the addition of a 40-megawatt solar array.
Charlotte Staats, trails manager for Adirondack Mountain Club, makes her own path
Decades of entries by residents show changes on local level
Adirondacks advocacy group nonprofit Protect the Adirondacks named Claudia Braymer as its new deputy director.
Beth Pashley started hiking during pandemic and made a goal to hit 1,000 miles last year
Tiffany Rea-Fisher is used to taking center stage as a dancer, choreographer and artistic director. Soon she will be in a new spotlight as the...