Greg Hitchcock is a journalist based in Gloversville, United States of America. With expertise in writing articles, creating content, and using multimedia to tell an engaging story, Greg built a reputation for effective communication both written and oral. After a career in the U.S. Army as a TV and Radio Systems Specialist, he enrolled in college studying English and Political Science. Greg graduated and started to volunteer for special projects until I discovered I could write. Since then, he has worked as a journalist, content marketer, and documentary filmmaker. Greg's work has enhanced the lives of others as well as himself. his specialties include conservation, the environment, and sustainability.
Broadalbin-Perth High School is fast becoming a 'pathway' to the Adirondacks as the school teaches the importance of this local natural resource to its students.
The Adirondacks are threatened with climate change. See what communities are doing to conserve resources.
Southern Adirondack communities are reeling from wind and rain that closed roads and knocked out utilities. Officials there are awaiting an assessment to determine if residents will receive federal disaster assistance.
New York State officials on Friday announced the opening of Disaster Assistance Service Centers during in a visit to Wells, a town hit hard by last week’s Halloween storm.
Last November Betsy Bain and former Lake Pleasant town supervisor and Adirondack Park Agency board member Dan Wilt evenly split 566 votes. The Town Board has since broken the tie, voting 3-1 to elevate Bain to a one-year term as the new supervisor.