The contentious debate over a large development project in the Adirondacks continues as supporters have released a poll showing residents want the jobs that could result if the Adirondack Club and Resort breaks ground.
The basement of an historic Adirondack hotel that was sold to a New Hampshire company earlier this month is a soggy mess after it was flooded by up to 10 feet of water from a burst pipe.
A northern New York bus manufacturer has landed a contract to build 414 buses for New York City's Metropolitan Transit Authority.
More than 60 people have been indicted in the largest narcotic and controlled-substance investigation and roundup in New York’s North Country.
New York Congressman Bill Owens of the 21st District held a telephone town hall Thursday evening focused on one issue: the Affordable Care Act.
In New York’s third round of awards to the Regional Economic Development Councils, the North Country was named a Top Performer Awardee and received the fifth highest level of funding.
The Adirondack Park Agency will decide this week on the final classification for land the state recently obtained from the Nature Conservancy in the Adirondacks.
The Essex County Board of Supervisors is debating whether to implement a 15 percent tax levy to help restore the county’s fund balance.
The New York Farm Bureau will hold its annual meeting next week.
A forum was held recently assessing the economic importance of the nonprofit sector in the Adirondacks.