Lake George Village Eyes International Student Dorm

Students who travel from foreign countries to work on Lake George face a scarcity of affordable, safe housing, according to Mayor Bob Blais. As a founder of the Student Connection, a group established to help foreign workers resolve issues related to their employment, Blais has promoted initiatives to improve the stock of available housing, from … Read more

Lake George Boards Seek More Active Role in Historic Preservation

The Town and the Village of Lake George in Warren County, NY may play a more active role in preserving historic sites and significant architecture if both adopt laws creating a joint Historic Preservation Commission. According to Dan Barusch, the Director of Planning for both municipalities, existing laws require updating if the new Commission is … Read more

Buried Pirate Treasure At Lake George?

In his 1986 article “Treasure Seeking in the American Northeast, 1780-1830” for the American Quarterly historian Alan Taylor made the following observation: “A canvas of travelers’ accounts, town histories, and other antiquarian sources for the American Northeast documents over forty incidents where groups of rural folk employed occult techniques to seek buried treasure, generally in … Read more

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum to Reopen For Free May 21st

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum has announced that they will remain free for all visitors for the 2022 season. The museum will be open from May 21st through October 16th with outside and indoor exhibits, summer camps and expeditions, historic replica boats, new public programs, and more. In 2022, museum visitors, local adults, and youth can … Read more

Geo-Musicalities: Jessika Kenney & Eyvind Kang in Saranac Lake

Lake Flower Landing in Saranac Lake will present the North Country debut of Jessika Kenney & Eyvind Kang, in concert on Tuesday, May 17th, at 7:30 pm, with local tabla player, Alan Simon, opening the evening with a short set. Their previous albums include Cypress Dance, The Face of the Earth, Aestuarium (Ideologic Organ), Reverse … Read more

Adirondack Lake Survey Explores Merger with Ausable River Association

The governing boards of the Adirondack Lake Survey Corporation and the Ausable River Association have announced plans for a merger. The merger is hoping to advance their shared goal of deploying critical field and laboratory science in the Adirondack Park to inform the protection of waterways, lands, and air for the benefit of all stakeholders. … Read more