The officers and members of the Ticonderoga Elks Lodge #1494 thanks all who helped make our National Foundation Breakfast Fundraiser a huge success.
Homeward Bound Adirondacks is an organization that is committed to creating community based solutions to the issues facing Service Members, Veterans and their Families throughout the North Country.
As we have reached the end of football season, I am retiring as coach of the senior squad of the Warrensburg Football League.
The Putnam United Presbyterian Church would like to thank everyone who participated in the basket party.
The Boquet River should be an epic fishery and an emblem of nature’s resilience.
I read with dismay about the balloon launch held to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Warren County Municipal Center.
The Ticonderoga Food Pantry has ended summer on a very busy note.
Vote YES for Proposition 4 on Nov. 5.
On the Nov. 5 election ballot there will be six amendments up for a vote. Despite the pleas by former and current state officials, we would urge everyone to vote no on all six amendments.
On Nov. 5, New York voters will be presented with six Constitutional Amendments on the ballot.
The Moriah Car and Truck Show was held Oct. 5 and was a great success with 86 cars attending.
The Elizabethtown Planning Board has made an appeal to the Town Board regarding the new Town-wide Comprehensive Plan.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Franklin County, the County Association, a 501c3 legal entity by state statute, celebrates 100 years of existence this year.
John Sharkey of Ticonderoga never ceases to amaze me with his take on political issues.
There has been much written about the upcoming decision to the voters about the Land Swap with the State of New York and NYCO Minerals.