Rathbun’s Jewelry, which has been holding a “retirement sale” for the past several weeks, will close Saturday, Aug. 30. “It is kind of bittersweet,” Nancy Rathbun said. “I feel we bring a lot of people into the downtown area and that is why we would like to see a retail store back here.”
The Ticonderoga administrator said the town and contractor signed to drill the Streetroad well, The Layne Christensen Co., have resolved issues over a February malfunction and work will resume soon.
The Rev. Dr. Robert Basom has joined the staff of CVPH Medical Center as the hospital’s full-time chaplain.
Last call for Japanese Knotweed (aka Mexican Bamboo) eradication this year!
Henry David Thoreau wrote, “We need the tonic of wildness.”
Leaves have started to change colors.
One Hundred Years Ago – August, 1914
The transfer station is open on Wednesdays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Sembrich brings its 2014 summer season to a close in grand fashion...
The Essex County Board of Elections is seeking an Election Inspector to help with the delivery, set-up and pick-up of election machines around Essex County for the Sept. 9 Primary Election.
The members of the Westport Heritage House and Festival Committees would like to express our thanks to the many volunteers who helped to make the 2014 Westport Festival a success.
To the News Enterprise:
Finally!! Someone gets it right. Your editorial in the July 19 Times of Ti, regarding the defensive use of guns, is to be applauded.
ON THE STREET
The fifth annual Great Adirondack Moose Festival (GAMF) will be held in Indian Lake, Sept. 27-28 and is sponsored by the Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce.
The Stony Creek Free Library invites area artists to submit their art for an upcoming art show this Fall.
Smoking alcohol is a dangerous practice for any one and may be even more risky for young people.
The iconic Valcour lighthouse is slated for a long-awaited fall face lift.
It’s unbelievable that we are planning Labor Day Weekend! How did the summer fly by so fast.
This Saturday evening, on Aug. 30, the Whallonsburg Grange will presents Long Time Courting, a group of four Boston-based women who specialize in Celtic and neo-traditional Irish, Scottish and American music.