On this Memorial Day, Homeward Bound Adirondacks joins in remembering and honoring those members of the armed forces who died in service to our nation.
You began your editorial concerning Common Core with “Everyone’s frustrated.” So it’s logical to surmise that if everyone is frustrated then all of us can’t be wrong.
Almost a full page of one-sided propaganda for NYSUT (re: “NYSUT endoses opt outs following landmark education reforms”) How can everyone but NYSUT be so misguided?
On Thursday Creative Healing Connections raised over $6000 to provide support for local women living with cancer and other chronic diseases, caregivers, and women veterans.
My husband and I would like to most gratefully Thank our Minerva Fire Dept. and EMS Squad for their quick and professional response to our chimney fire on April 8.
The editorial on seeking truth was a breath of fresh air for me. The Internet is an odd bird.
Re your opinion regarding Essex County’s “Dirty Laundry”, be aware that the same type of “Laundry” is being washed in your neighboring County of Warren.
Most of you are familiar with the story of Ticonderoga Dental.
In his April 11 Publisher’s Column, Dan Alexander stated that he “was always taught the truth was the easiest information to provide as it requires nothing but the simple facts.”
Is anyone else disturbed by the Tips From a Former Smoker ads on TV?
Rumor has it that some folks on the Lake George Town Council are wringing gnarly hands over the prospects of lost revenues and increased expenses as a consequence of changes to the Town’s zoning regulations under a new Comprehensive Plan proposed by The Chazen Companies.
Our Town Theatre Group would like to thank the many folks who came out to support our recent production of Barefoot in the Park.
In your editorial of March 3, 2015, you chose to question if our local school districts are doing enough for their communities.
Jason Kelley and I were recipients of a tremendous fundraising event Saturday, March 21, at the Minerva Firehouse.
In August of 2014 I read the following prepared statement before the Ticonderoga Town Board, “My name is Bill Barnhart.