Update on Oct. 2: From Sept. 28: The fall foliage forecast is predicted to be near-peak this weekend for parts of the Adirondack Park. Adirondack Explorer staff have snapped pics from various locations around the region this past week. … [Read more...] about Fall color unfolding across the Adirondacks
Harrietstown business expansion aims to add 60 jobs By Mark Marchand Adirondacks-based Bionique Testing Laboratories LLC is planning to triple the size of its workforce and the company’s existing lab testing facility, according to a filing with … [Read more...] about Bionique testing lab proposes to triple in size
Accident stopped traffic on Route 73 in Keene on Monday By Eric TeedA tanker truck overturned Monday on Route 73 in Keene, between where Route 73 meets with Route 9 and Chapel Pond. The accident and spill happened around 3 p.m. and closed … [Read more...] about Tanker truck crash results in tarry spill
Thanks to everyone who entered our 25th anniversary giveaway. And a big congrats to Gary Mlodzianowski, who is the grand prize winner! He’s been an Adirondack Explorer subscriber since 2021. Interest areas: “I have always been interested in … [Read more...] about Meet Explorer Gary Mlodzianowski
The gap between what people earn and the housing they can afford has been widening in the Adirondacks. Add to the problem a shortage of available housing and constraints on development and you've got a housing crisis. This summer, Adirondack … [Read more...] about Housing series to wrap with in-person event
Examining the ancestral home and range of Indigenous people By Janet Reynolds For many, the story of the settling of the Adirondacks goes something like this: The area was a vast, uninhabited wilderness until white settlers came to start … [Read more...] about Early nomads or occupants of the Adirondacks?