Baltimore teacher Tamara Jolly found solace at Wanakena's ranger school during the pandemic By Tracy Ormsbee On a chilly Adirondack day in early December, Tamara Jolly and her fiancé Colin Hackett arrive from Baltimore, Md. to visit the … [Read more...] about Teacher becomes student
Business leaders, attractions and politicians hail Canadian border reopening, yet keep cautious outlook By Mike De Socio After nearly two years, the U.S. is planning to reopen its northern border to vaccinated travelers from … [Read more...] about Border boom?
A largely rural, tourist destination managed to achieve one of the state's lowest infection rates By Tim Rowland Essex County Supervisors Chair Shaun Gillilland can smile about it now, though it is not a wide smile. On the 23rd day of March, … [Read more...] about How Essex County tamed COVID
As vaccination efforts remain slow in Canada, pandemic continues to impact relations By Eric Anderson(Albany) Times Union The Canadian border slammed shut to American tourists at the start of the pandemic in March 2020, and it's likely to stay … [Read more...] about When will the border reopen? Not anytime soon
Enchanted Forest Water Safari gears up for re-opening By Jamie Organski Enchanted Forest Water Safari has been given the green light to reopen the doors to the water park beginning on Friday, June 18 for the summer season of 2021. The popular … [Read more...] about The return of an Adirondack favorite
Campaign focuses on lack of providers By Holly Riddle Sarah McChesney is a social work case manager at a nonprofit and a single mother who hit a wall in what she could afford to pay for child care. A resident of northern Clinton County, … [Read more...] about Shining a light on child care ‘crisis’