To our Friends, Neighbors and the Johnsburg Community at large:
The Ninth Annual Brian T. Carpenter Memorial Golf Tournament was hosted at the Moriah Country Club on Saturday, Aug. 2.
The North Country Hardship Fund would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to all who participated and supported Wayne Stock VII.
Your recent editorial about the expense of quarantining two American victims of Ebola virus was thought provoking.
Our Town Theatre Group sends a hearty thank you to those in our community who helped make our second summer Children’s Musical Theatre Workshop at Tannery Pond Community Center a huge success.
Thank you to all those who sold and purchased Car Show Raffle tickets to support the Chamber and our continued efforts to serve, market, and promote our members and the Ticonderoga Area!
On July 9, 2014, knowing Town Justice Paye is not running for re-election, the Willsboro Town Board eliminated the second Town Justice effective December 31, 2014 as a cost savings measure.
For several months we have been asking members of the Schroon Lake community to support the “Go Digital or Go Dark” campaign for the digital conversion of the Strand Theatre.
On 9 July 2014 the Town Board of Willsboro voted to eliminate one of two Town Justice positions.
Ticonderoga, the first 250 Years Committee cosponsored by the Ticonderoga Historical Society and the Ticonderoga Heritage Museum would like to thank all who took part in our week-long celebration to mark the 250th anniversary of Ticonderoga’s settlement.
Thank you for the great article regarding the restoration of the broken headstone for the Civil War veteran from Willsboro.
Two letters in the Times of Ti Aug. 2 edition caught my attention.
Fifty years ago this summer, in 1964, five local boys, aged 12-13, sat on a very large boulder overlooking a section of the Boquet River just outside of Elizabethtown off Route 9N.
On Saturday, July 26 Cornerstone Alliance Church participated in a dunk tank to raise funds for a local family’s medical expenses.
During the final weekend of July, a delegation of boys and young men from All Saints Church in Dorchester, MA, participated in their second annual choir camp at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Essex.