A $21.1 million, two-year project to replace the two I-87 Adirondack Northway bridges between Lake George and Warrensburg in Warren County with one single span is now underway. [Read more…] about Lake George Northway Bridges Being Replaced
The NYS Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) has awarded $638 million in grants to municipalities statewide for water infrastructure projects and Town of Indian Lake in Hamilton County was the biggest winner among Adirondack communities. [Read more…] about NYS Awards $8M in Clean Water Project Grants to Adirondack Communities
The Warren County Department of Planning and Community Development has launched a collaboration with Cliff & Redfield Interactive (CRI), a Saratoga Springs-based rich-media communications organization, for a year-long campaign to promote community development and heritage tourism in the First Wilderness Heritage Corridor of western Warren County. [Read more…] about New Effort to Promote Western Warren County’s “First Wilderness” Heritage Underway
The Twelfth Annual Garlic Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market in Warren County, NY will be held Friday, October 8th, from 3 to 6 pm. The event features many varieties of certified organic and naturally grown garlic for sale for planting and consumption. [Read more…] about Garlic Festival at Warrensburgh Farmers’ Market October 8th
The program Economic Benefits of Historic Preservation, focusing on the benefits of historic preservation – the funding sources and financial incentive programs available, the advantages of adaptive reuse, and the direct correlation with economic development, and presented by Steven Engelhart, Founding Director of AARCH (Adirondack Architectural Heritage) is set for Monday, September 13th at The Bond, 1786 in Warrensburgh. [Read more…] about Economic Benefits of Historic Preservation Presentation
April 30th, 2021 is Arbor Day. On Arbor Day 2012, NYS DEC Forest Rangers and Foresters had recruited us to help plant young potted and bare root trees on an eroding section of Adirondack Forest Preserve south of Warrensburg in what was then known as the Hudson River Recreation Area. The saplings had come from the DEC Saratoga Tree Nursery. [Read more…] about Seven Years Later Arbor Day Efforts Yield Results
Adirondack Balsam Wreaths and Christmas Ornaments are being sold by Warrensburgh Beautification Inc. (WBI) in time to decorate for the 32nd Christmas in Warrensburgh celebration on the weekend of December 5th and 6th. [Read more…] about 32nd Annual Christmas in Warrensburgh Wreath, Ornament Sales
The Eleventh Annual Garlic Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market is set for Friday, October 9th from 3 to 6 pm. This year the event is dedicated to the memory of Richard Rugen, owner of Hope Valley Farm and inspiration for the first Garlic Festival. [Read more…] about Annual Warrensburgh Garlic Festival Friday
House Speaker David A. Henderson, at the turn from the 19th to 20th centuries, had a reputation for spontaneously breaking into a patriotic song when making speeches.
But when it came to newspaper reporters, he kept silent, even during an extended tour of New York state in summer 1902. [Read more…] about David A Henderson Tours New York State in 1902
Virtually the entire collection of the Warrensburgh Museum of Local History in Warren County, NY, is now available online.