The civic organization that has been deeply involved in charitable and community-service efforts in northern Warren County for many decades is now seeking new members.
Seton Catholic rallied to beat Ticonderoga in the Section 7 Class C championship game Saturday at the Plattsburgh State Field House. The Sentinels got off to a great first quarter leading 11-7. Seton then rallied to within one point at the half.
Moriah Vikings beat the Westport Eagles to win the Section 7 Class D Championship in boy’s high school basketball Saturday at the Plattsburgh State Field house. After a very slow first start to the game for both teams, Moriah went on a 7-0 run forcing Westport Coach Ike Tyler to call a timeout.
Our family would like to thank the Ticonderoga police force and in particular Investigator Dan LaFrance for their outstanding effort and success in making our community safer.
The Moriah Vikings got off to a rapid start with a 17-1 first quarter lead in the Section 7 Class D Championship game against Elizabethtown Friday evening at the Plattsburgh State Field House.
Contest benefits North Country SPCA
Raegan Granger and Brayton Molina led a pet food drive to assist animals at the North Country SPCA shelter in Westport. They are fourth grade students at Ticonderoga Elementary School.
Grant to pay for town-school project
Like the Vikings of centuries ago, local children will soon have a new opportunity to explore and have fun. But instead of heading out to sea, they can enjoy their adventures at a new playground.
Jamie Patchett, Caitlin Williams and Paige Hughes
When it comes to gun safety laws I find myself divided about what’s right and what’s possible.
Responding to the second appearance of “poor management” regarding the “Schroon Transfer Station Turns Around” in the Times of Ti, I would like to make the following statement.
Last year's '24-Hour Play Fest' presented in Glens Falls featured well-crafted, ingenious plays with sharp dialogue, clever plots and compelling acting. This year's production, featuring plays written, rehearsed and presented within 24 hours, is to offered to the public at 8 p.m. Saturday March 1 at the Charles Wood Theater, Glen St.. Tickets are available online at: www.woodtheater.org or by calling the box office at 874-0800.
For years, Warren County's family court system has been overloaded. Now, it looks like relief is on the horizon.
United Way assists Ticonderoga effort
More than 100 Ticonderoga students have access to nutritious food during weekends thanks to the community’s BackPack program.
Glacial/interglacial cycles, at least those that have occurred over the past million years, have been considered to be largely the result of the natural increases and declines in solar radiation striking the higher latitudes on Earth (those regions closer to the North and South Poles).
A powerful power point show on winter “irruptive” birds brought out a crowd from far and wide to the Tannery Pond Community Center on Feb. 22 for a “Cabin Fever” lecture sponsored by the Adirondack Museum.
Students and teachers at Warrensburg High School will soon be competing in Donkey Basketball.
•100 years ago — March 1914•
All are welcome to attend the ever-popular annual Cabin Fever Party, which offers hearty pot-luck food, great socializing, and dancing to live music.
James Wallace, 11, and Alex Wallace, 6 would like celebrate the arrival of their baby brother with a birth announcement.
Under duress, Warren County dispatchers respond quickly and with expertise — not only saving a man's life, but averting a mass explosion that could have leveled a Glens Falls neighborhood.