Parents, teachers and community members came to St. Mary’s Church Sept. 9 committed to move forward after having their hearts broken by the Sept. 5 fire at their school.
While there is only one major scar on the outside of St. Mary’s School, inside the walls is a scene of destruction and devastation.
Chief Mark Johns has announced the fire has officially been deemed as suspicious and the investigation is in the early stages.
Ticonderoga Police confirm all potential accidental causes for the St. Mary's fire have been ruled out.
“It has been phenomenal,” Father Kevin McEwan said of the support he has received less than 24 hours after the fire was first reported. “So many have reached out and said whatever you need, we will work with you to make it happen.”
McEwan has announced there will be a special meeting Tuesday, Sept. 9, in St. Mary’s Church at 7 p.m. to discuss what will happen to continue the education of the children.
Two days after the celebration that comes with the start of a new school year, a fire with multiple points of origin has laid claim to St. Mary’s School.
The First Baptist Church will close its doors after the Sept. 28 service
The Rev. Dr. Robert Basom has joined the staff of CVPH Medical Center as the hospital’s full-time chaplain.
Dunk your favorite, friend, pastor or politician
The Ticonderoga Dunk Team will be holding an all volunteer dunk booth at StreetFest July 26. Several local politicians, pastors and community members have volunteered to work 15 minute shifts in the booth.
The North Creek United Methodist Church and St. James Catholic Churches are embarking on their 11th year of VBS offered to children in the community.
For the third year, the festival, which takes place Sunday, June 29, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the town park, will feature a car show with an assist from Champlain Valley Classic Cars.
A Christian mission group involving teenagers from all over the nation is back in Northern Warren County, fixing up homes and parks as well as operating a day camp in Warrensburg — featuring Bible stories, games and crafts — for local children.
Community Church erects new cross
On April 29, the Community Church elevated a new steeple built by local community and church members.
Two young girls are holding a fundraiser Saturday May 3 at a Wevertown church to help Adirondack families in need — as well as others overseas.