Mar 07, 2014 — John Warren from the Adirondack Almanack looks at outdoor recreation conditions around the Adirondacks for this weekend.
It's just two more weeks until the official start of spring, but we've got some of the best conditions for outdoor recreation we've had all winter with everywhere around the Adirondacks picking up at least 3-6 inches of fresh snow this week. Go to full article
Mar 05, 2014 — A plan is in the works to turn Camp Gabriels, a former medium-security prison in the Adirondack town of Brighton, into a private group camp and retreat center.
The former prison in Franklin County has been closed since 2009. The state put the property up for auction in October; Adam Fine of New York City is in process of buying it. He reportedly wants to get it up and running as a summer camp this year. Go to full article
Inlet, NY, Feb 28, 2014 — The cold doesn't stop a good share of birds from thriving in the North Country, and it's a good time for birders to get to know their local birds... one...you can see them... Go to full article
Remsen, NY, Feb 28, 2014 — America's first athlete to win a medal in singles luge was treated to a homecoming fit for a hero last night. Erin Hamlin's thrilling runs on the luge track in Sochi earned... Go to full article
Feb 25, 2014 — LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) Parades are being planned for the Adirondack Mountain villages of Lake Placid and Saranac Lake to honor local Olympic athletes after they return... Go to full article
Feb 25, 2014 — The Sochi winter Olympics have wrapped up, but Clarkson University researchers are already working on the 2018 Winter Games: Mechanical engineering professor Doug Bohl uses... Go to full article