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Living

‘Curiously Adirondack’ puts out 4th season

BLOOMINGDALE — First-grade plays are not your typical meeting place for entrepreneurs. One might imagine a more likely setting to be a factory-ceiling coffee shop or an art show opening, with artisanal cheeses decorating small, round tables. But “Curiously Adirondack” started with a ...

Keeping it clean, drained and dry

I spent most of the week before Memorial Day weekend at Paul Smiths College at their Adirondack Watershed Institute training. I learned about the ongoing efforts to keep non-native aquatic plants, animals and microorganisms from migrating into our pristine lakes and waterways. They come by way ...

Crossing through time

FORT HUNTER — David Brooks, director of the Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site, expects some 700 elementary and junior high students to visit the Erie Canal site by schools’ end. The site is more than ready. Besides the outdoor displays and nature, the site has added an indoor ...

A joyous, full life

CAROGA —Kathryn Spira was happiest when sitting in the sunshine. Set up beachside on her property in Caroga Lake, she could enjoy the fresh air offered by the Adirondacks, and if the water temperature cooperated, head out into the waters. At night, she could look out the windows of the ...

Halloween covered dish dinner Thursday

JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown 50 Plus Club, located in the Shirley J. Luck Senior Center, 109 E. Main St., will have a Halloween covered dish dinner at 5 p.m. Thursday. Bring a larger sized “spooky” dish to share and own place setting. Those attending can come in costume. The center will ...

Secrets uncovered

GLOVERSVILLE — It will look like a typical teenager’s bedroom. A bed, desk, some laundry and various items any parent would see. But hidden about this room will be a number of items related to drugs, drug paraphernalia, alcohol and drug culture references. The room is part of HFM ...