Leaders advocate for reuse of Moriah Shock buildings By Tim Rowland Rural lawmakers and green groups came together this week asking the state to make good use of a sprawling former prison in Moriah that they fear will go to seed if left … [Read more...] about What’s next for former Moriah prison?
Digging into Moriah’s mining history
Port Henry pays homage to mining past By Tim Rowland On the September day in 1971 when Republic Steel announced it was shuttering its Moriah iron mines for good, its impending departure left deep holes in both the ground and in the soul of a … [Read more...] about Digging into Moriah’s mining history
More than a prison
Closure of Moriah Shock opposed by inmates and community alike By Tim Rowland After Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that the Moriah Shock Incarceration Facility would be closing March 10, her office received a bundle of 50 letters in protest. They … [Read more...] about More than a prison
A ledge with some edge
Champlain Area Trails unveils new Broughton Ledges trek in Moriah By Tim Rowland Baseball and the Adirondacks are similar in that, just when you’ve seen it all, something entirely novel and gasp-worthy raises its head in a way or place you … [Read more...] about A ledge with some edge