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Silver Bay YMCA Builds Artificial Wetland to Filter Pollutants, Protect Lake George

Best known as a YMCA conference center whose outreach to nearby communities extends to children, teens and families in need – including those suffering from cancer – Silver Bay is also a model for environmental stewardship. Its new “green” ... Read More

Putting EMS Responders on Town Payroll: One Solution to Rural Crisis

Like many if not most small towns in the Adirondacks, Bolton faces a future without a volunteer-based Emergency Medical Services organization. The ranks of volunteers are aging and thinning. To compensate for its lack of volunteers, Bolton’s EMS ... Read More

Lake George in Black and White: Two Exhibitions by Early 20th Century Photographers Coming This Summer

Though by far the best known, Seneca Ray Stoddard is not the only commercial photographer to have aimed his lens at Lake George. In fact, two of them, Jule Thatcher (1856-1934) and J.S. Wooley (1867-1943) were employees and students of Stoddard. And ... Read More