A boat builder who pioneered the creation of lightweight canoes that fit perfectly with the Adirondack ponds and lakes — “the lightest boats in the woods” — died Saturday following a hike with his family.
Proceeds from the premiere of a Charles Evans Hughes documentary will benefit the Charles R. Wood Theater and the Glens Falls Arts District, which have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Overcrowding along trails in the vast Adirondacks has been a growing problem for years, and it's been exacerbated this year by the COVID-19 pandemic as travelers stay within driving distance of their homes and seek safe, outdoor activities.
According to spotters, the best foliage can be found in Franklin County this weekend while other areas will start to see signs of the fall season.
“Whitney Park is a gem that defies description in many ways. It’s been the top of every list for the most important tract of private land in t…
The 4th of July is going to be different this year, to say the least. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
The Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake, will launch a new online discussion series exploring the realities of racism in the Adirondack region as well as the work of local organizations to address these challenges.
SUNY Adirondack is one of 67 schools to participate in a program to create more education opportunities for incarcerated students.
The organizer of the Warrensburg Bike Rally said he is in a holding pattern, but hopes that the event take place May 28 through June 7.
Fort Ann brothers collected trash on Earth Day and more groups present online offerings during pause order.
Occasional rain showers with some heavy at times with turn to snow showers in portions of the Adirondacks with a couple inches of snow possible.
SUNY Adirondack announced Thursday that it will resume spring semester courses on Monday using alternative delivery methods.
SUNY Adirondack officials hope to break ground on its synthetic turf athletic project in May.
National Grid and New York State Electric & Gas dealt with about 4,000 local power outages at its peak on Thursday due to high winds as th…
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday the state will seek a balance between trail development and land preservation after a lawsuits by Adirondack green groups seeking to curb tree cutting for snowmobile and recreational trail development in Forest Preserve lands.
The total number of students attending SUNY Adirondack has dropped from 3,335 last spring to 3,236 this spring.
SUNY Adirondack and Paul Smith’s College have agreed to a scholarship program to offer discounted tuition.