For the second time in the last 11 years, the Moriah boys varsity basketball team will head to the Glens Falls Civic Center to play in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s (NYSPHSAA) state championships.
Two years after he was first reported missing by family and friends, New York State Police continue to seek leads in the investigation into his disappearance.
A recent veterans exemption raises tax burden questions
Towns throughout Essex County have been deciding whether or not to implement a Veterans Tax Exemption law signed by Governor Cuomo on December 18, 2013. The legislation allows Boards of Education of school districts to offer the Alternative Veteran’s Exemption (Real Property Tax Law § 458-a).
Essex County officials wrapped up the last of their three task force meetings to determine the fate of the former Frontier Town property in North Hudson on Monday, March 3.
We at Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin applaud your editorial suggestion that Corrections parolees be offered training opportunities more in accord with the needs of their communities than college programs.
Please let me introduce myself, my name is Howard and my wife and I own a summer home in Ticonderoga.
By now, you may be aware of Aaron Woolf. He’s the guy running for Congress to replace outgoing U.S. Rep. Bill Owens, a fellow Democrat.
A Crown Point man faces a number of charges.
Dressed in suits and ties, dresses and heels, students from New York and Vermont spoke their way to success in the second annual Free Enterprise Marathon March 7.
WOKO’s Big Change Roundup crew brought their whirlwind tour of the North Country to Plattsburgh March 8.
Sewer, water service key to future growth
The town of Ticonderoga has asked the Adirondack Park Agency to expand its hamlet.
Alumni tournament, guest bartenders to assist
The annual Ticonderoga Alumni Tournament will be the centerpiece for a day of activities April 5 supporting the community’s “Best Fourth in the North” celebration. That night players and fans are invited to “Best Fourth in the North Night” at The Pub. That event will feature guest bartenders 6 to 9 p.m. who will raise money for the town’s July 4th observance.
With an intent on saving taxpayer money and minimizing the carbon footprint of local government, the town and village are considering signing a 20-year solar power contract — in the following weeks.
The 35th Annual Dr. Thomas Tanneberger Alumni Basketball Tournament will take place Saturday, March 15, with games starting at 1 p.m. featuring teams comprised of alumni from the school.
Thousands of trout to be stocked throughout the county
This year the hatchery plans to stock approximately 47,000 trout throughout 65 bodies of water in the county, making it one of the most unique and ambitious stocking programs in the northeastern United States.
Students from elementary to high school will take to the AuSable Valley Middle/High School stage next week to perform a coming of age story set to song.
The new Moriah Center Bridge is open to traffic, Department of Public Works chief Anthony LaVigne said in his report to the DPW committee Feb. 12, and the project will go into winter shutdown until weather conditions permit construction to restart.
The business climate in our region, and for that matter, the entire country, has been dismissal for far too long.
Asan Kenzhametov protesting Russian take over
A former Ticonderoga High School exchange student is among those fighting for Ukrainian sovereignty. Asan Kenzhametov attended Ti High during the 2000-2001 academic year as an exchange student from Ukraine.
The last real estate closings for Essex County’s flood buyout program should be done by the end of the week, county attorney Daniel Manning told county lawmakers Monday, March 3.