The festival that celebrates hometown holiday traditions is occurring Saturday Dec. 7 and Sunday Dec. 8 in Warrensburg. New attractions include a Living Nativity, noon to 4 p.m. Saturday only, in front of Alexander Funeral Home on Main Street — asnd a Holiday Market in the Warrensburg Senior Center a block south of the historic town bandstand.
A courageous local boy stricken with a rare disease that causes episodes of horrific pain launches a Cut-A-Thon fundraiser — not to pay his medical bills, but to help other children with the puzzling ailment that confounds the medical community.
The coldest November in 30 years — plus plenty natural and man-made snow — have created excellent skiing conditions at Gore Mountain, and skiers are loving it!
Jan. 1 road race slated
Will one of your New Year’s resolutions be to get more exercise? If so, the LaChute Road Runners Club of Ticonderoga can help. The club is planning its 12th annual Resolution Run Jan. 1, 2013.
Chamber hails 21st annual event as a success
The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce has closed the books on its 21st annual Ticonderoga Area Car Show.
The United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc serving Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties is currently accepting applications from agencies and organizations wishing to become a partner agency of the United Way for fiscal year 2014.
Readers aware that Indian Lake Dam (elev. 1660’) notched 103F on July 2, 102 the next day and 102 again on the Fourth...back in 1911...must have found mystifying that with just “three 90-degree days in a row” Paul Little’s Riparius site had the “warmest on record” July this year.
As I finished the Thanksgiving meal, my wife and I prepared for our family, I couldn’t help noticing the empty plate that is placed on our table every year.
Grant allows for new park bench
Champlain Legacy Park has a new addition. A park bench has been placed in direct view of the LaChute River Falls by the Ticonderoga Historical Society. The Champlain Legacy Park is located adjacent to Ticonderoga’s Bicentennial Park.
November 2013 was the coldest November on record (31 years) , putting an end to the mild Fall weather that we had been having.
Thanksgiving Day is again behind us.
In my June 2012 column I asked “Does Capitalism Have a Nature?” because, if it did, perhaps it might be mutable just as are other forms of life.
A group of people dedicated to strengthening community ties and raising the standard of living for local people are holding an event that combines a sale of locally crafted goods aalong with spirited entertainment and a savory meal featuring an array of local prepared foods.
Traditional Adirondack crafts will be demonstrated by skilled artisans, and their work will be for sale Friday evening and Saturday at the Adirondack Folk School in Lake Luzere.
Project involves many community helpers
A retaining wall on Wicker Street in Ticonderoga is becoming a work of art. Work has started to paint a mural on the concrete structure near Inter-Lakes Health. It’s scheduled to be completed in the spring.
When the high school students attended Les Miserables at the Theatre Institute on Oct. 4, they learned Indian Lake had lost a good friend.
It was David versus Goliath: Warrensburg's Main St. shops versus Wal-Mart and the malls, and the results were a pleasant surprise for Warrensburg merchants!
Sierra Daha, the victim of a Dec. 3 fire on Dugway Road in Moriah, died of asphyxiation due to smoke inhalation.
Business, jobs to be sought in 2014
Economic development will be a top priority for Moriah officials in 2014.
The Learning Arts performs, teaches
Ticonderoga students got a taste of Broadway recently. The Learning Arts, a collaboration of music and education professionals, recently presented “Broadway and Carnegie Hall” to students.