The Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition of the Adirondack Region has established Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites throughout its three-county service delivery area to provide free tax preparation to individuals and families with low or moderate incomes.
Pavilion grounds tour Feb. 10
People will have an opportunity for a unique look at Fort Ticonderoga. The fort will host “Exploration on Snow Shoes: A Timeline of Trees on the Pavilion Grounds” as part of its Fort Fever Series Sunday, Feb. 10, at 2 p.m. Heidi Karkoski, the fort’s director of horticulture, will lead the trek.
Service in Hague, Ticonderoga, Port Henry, Elizabethtown
Free income tax preparation is again available through the AARP Tax-Aide program.
The Carillon Garden Club is recycling balsam wreaths.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County is offering free tax help to families and individuals whose household income is below $50,270.
The State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) announced that beginning Jan. 2, eligible low-income New Yorkers who are in danger of having their heat shut off or running out of fuel, can apply for emergency Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) benefits.
Indian Lakers are leading the charge among North Country communities in reducing their home heating expenses.
The Lake Placid holiday decorating contest committee is pleased to announce this year’s winners:
The members of the Clinton County Firefighters Association (CCFA) would like to wish everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday.
The State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) today announced that New York’s Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) will begin accepting applications for regular benefits on Monday, Nov. 19.
Applications are being accepted for the Master Gardener training that will begin in January.
Free barrels given away
Ten free rain barrels were given away at a workshop at the gazebo in Ticonderoga’s Bicentennial Park recently.
Lazy River Farms has new offerings, hours and services under its new owners, and the public has responded favorably.
Residents and visitors came together for an afternoon of good local eats at the Taste of Local Food Fest at the Adirondack History Museum on Sept. 15.
A new organization is providing fresh nutritious food for those of modest income, while boosting sustainable local farming, which all but disappeared in Warren County over the last century.