Recovering from a strange malady recently, I ambled up a wonderful new trail that every oldster with workable legs and a walking stick or two should try.
As a nation, we appear to be struggling as to which of two competing, yet often compelling, philosophies we will follow as we head into the future.
An eight-year-old boy arrives at home with a sad and distant look on his face because no one wanted to play with him today.
The month of November has finally arrived on the wall calendar. I should have seen it coming, but I prefer not to spend much time gauging the time.
I constantly feel that I don’t have enough time, enough money, enough happiness.
It’s a quiet weekend around town as we adjust to the time change and the lack of strong sunshine.
Not many trick or treaters this past weekend in my neck of Keeseville.
The Champlain Valley Film Society will presents “The Lunchbox” this Saturday evening at the Whallonsburg Grange Hall.
Most likely, you have noticed the doings at Ballard Park toward the end of October — dump trucks, big loads of stone dust, excavators, even some corrugated PVC conduit of the sort used in culverts.
Halloween is now behind us and from all that I could see, it was a very quiet one here in Willsboro.
As the weather gets chillier, I know I am grateful to have my fur baby ready to cuddle up on my lap on those cold autumn nights.
Two adoptable dogs
Much has been written on the subject of smiling.
The Bolton Landing Farmers’ Market recently presented the Bolton Seniors a check in the amount of $125 from their 2014 season.
One Hundred Years Ago – November, 1914