People who live in cities like Washington, Los Angeles and New York spend an average of about an hour traveling to and from work each day. But in the Adirondacks, where commutes can also be long,...
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The tree-lined streets of Greencastle are now on OpenTreeMap.
A Student Conservation Association crew was in town Tuesday conducting an inventory of Greencastle’s street trees....
Edmonds-Woodway High junior Max Pearson has been working up a sweat with other teen Student Conservation Association recruits this summer.
“I like being outside a lot,” he said. “I feel it’...