Breast cancer and the importance of breast cancer screening has been in the news lately.
On behalf of the Mineville-Witherbee Fire Dept I would like to thank all members, friends, family members and community for your support at our Spaghetti dinner and Basket Raffle on April 17 at our fire station.
I read with interest the news release being circulated by Mindy Conway, sister-in-law of Chester supervisor Fred Monroe, in her quest to be the next town clerk for the town of Chester.
On this Memorial Day, Homeward Bound Adirondacks joins in remembering and honoring those members of the armed forces who died in service to our nation.
As a resident of Thurman, I was very happy to see Kathy Templeton’s byline in this week’s Adirondack Journal.
We all look forward to this Sunday, May 10, when we celebrate Mother’s Day and the cherished bond between mother and child. Ironically, dairy cows - world-wide symbols of motherhood - never get to see their babies.
In September 2013 our son, Mason was diagnoses with Leukemia at six years old.
The Times of Ti has recently run ads about health care changes proposed for Ticonderoga’s hospital and nursing home. Their tone and content has been surprising, to say the least.
I’m writing this letter because I’m quite upset that the fate of our very own Moses Ludington Hospital is in jeopardy once again.
I’m writing to thank all of the people near and far who have helped me and my family through the past year.
You began your editorial concerning Common Core with “Everyone’s frustrated.” So it’s logical to surmise that if everyone is frustrated then all of us can’t be wrong.
The 400 percent over-budget expenditure that occurred in the Town of Elizabethtown’s highway equipment line item is a classic example of how little the budget and tax cap actually matter if a town administration ignores their budget, as happened in 2013.
Almost a full page of one-sided propaganda for NYSUT (re: “NYSUT endoses opt outs following landmark education reforms”) How can everyone but NYSUT be so misguided?
On behalf of the Port Henry Fire Department Auxiliary Officers and members, we would like to thank the community and surrounding areas for all their support and contributions.
On Thursday Creative Healing Connections raised over $6000 to provide support for local women living with cancer and other chronic diseases, caregivers, and women veterans.