Hamilton County News
Scholarships are vital
Paying for college is one of the most persistent financial challenges faced by students and families across the Adirondacks. With higher education costs rising, the role of philanthropy in helping our young people realize their dreams is more important than ever.
Stars and Stripes
Fearless pioneer held British from crossing the Saranac
He risked life, limb and liberty to both build and protect the earliest commerce here, much of it crafted by his own hands. Diligent and bristled with a pioneer's spirit, he could ride a horse 99 and a half miles in a day, from Wilmington to Clintonville, to Cook's Forge, back to Clintonville , on to Keeseville, then to Westport and on to Elizabethtown for a supervisor's meeting, and get back home by 9 p.m. "Count it one hundred miles," the major said of the journey, according to a letter written by one of his store clerks, N.B. Foot.
New Jersey Herald
Cuomo heading north for announcement, briefing
The governor will be at the firehouse in the Essex County hamlet of Upper Jay late Tuesday morning for an announcement, details of which haven't been released.
Fourth Friday: Kulida speaks 'Body Language' with classical portraits
Part-time Wilmingtonian Tatyana Kulida paints classical, timeless portraits using the techniques and traditions of the old masters she learned at the Florence Academy of Art in Florence, Italy.
37th Annual Whiteface Uphill Race Adds Kids Fun Run
It will be the happiest 1.5-mile run, when youngsters, ages 6-12, participate in the Whiteface Mountain Uphill Foot Race Kids' Fun Run, Saturday, Sept.