Lucky, Chubby and Princess
January is tax season. Don’t forget the library is a wonderful source for tax forms and tax resources.
This Saturday night, Jan. 24, the film society presents “Boyhood” at the Whallonsburg Grange.
The weather is still winter-like, but several still came out to the soup and bread and dessert lunch at the United Methodist Church this past Saturday.
The North Country SPCA would like to thank all our community members who came out Saturday and made our Snowmobile Rally at the Cobble Hill Golf course a success!
Construction of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Ice Palace will begin on Jan. 22.
St. Armand's $4.5 million wastewater treatment plant project is the largest infrastructure project ever tackled by this town in northwest Essex County.
The New York State Sportswriters Association released its 2014 All-State football teams on Jan. 7.
Following an investigation by the New York State Police Troop B Collision Reconstruction Unit, State Police have concluded that the primary cause of last year’s fatal bus collision on the Northway was the failure of driver Rejean Perron to maintain control of the tour bus within his driving lane.
Identifying high taxation as a longstanding problem in the state, Cuomo proposes a program that should return an average sum of $781 to 543,300 upstate homeowners and renters through an income tax credit.
Several years ago, I was a member of one of the predecessors to Protect the Adirondacks.
Word on the street is there is a rebirth afoot in downtown Plattsburgh.
Cuomo's proposal of a competition of upstate economic development councils vying for three $500 million grants sparks ideas about what regional projects would be eligible.
Essex County lawmakers have approved a refresher course to bring staffers up to speed on federal privacy regulations.
Over the last few weeks since publishing the editorial titled, Abolish Protect the Adirondacks and several subsequent columns addressing our approach to drafting editorial positions, we’ve witnessed a tremendous response from readers and even other media outlets.
The Whallonsburg Grange’s kitchen, say local entrepreneurs, provides a welcome incubator for their fledging operations.
I want to commend the Editorial Board for speaking out on actions of one small group that is abusing the court system to get their way.
How could you have known, Dan, that your spot-on admonishment of your own publication’s ill-advised editorial savaging of Protect the Adirondacks would be so timely?
I’m writing to thank you for your column in last week’s paper.
We join the rest of the world in mourning the brave staff of the magazine Charlie Hebdo, gunned down by religious fanatics for defending freedom of the press.