2013 was a very busy and productive year for the Ticonderoga Fire Department.
In response to a letter submitted to “Letters to the Editor” by a Ticonderoga resident in the Dec. 28 issue, I must ask, who are you to point fingers at those who stand up for what they believe is in their best interest?
Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin Counties would like to thank the International Paper Foundation for its generous grant of $1,870.
This is in reference to the article placed by Fred Herbst (Nov. 30) regarding the vandalism to the Schroon Lake Fish and Game Club ball field.
There are, no doubt, many valid reasons to want to raise the minimum wage for working families.
My name is Tim Balonek from Batavia. I am currently working on a book for The Gold Star Soldiers of Genesee County, men that were killed while in service from Korea and Vietnam.
The recent victory in the defeat of the proposed Business Improvement District in the Village of Lake George is significant because the entire process for its approval was a stacked deck.
I’m setting the record straight – again. Back in 2000 we had only looked at the house #16 Baldwin Road – we never even made an offer on the house at that point.
I’m sure few would be surprised to hear me say that I’m delighted to have a new Town Board of Elizabethtown who will, without question, return our local government process to one of legally proper procedure.
I may be wrong, but I believe Mr. Gardner’s interpretation of the political cartoon published in the News Enterprise on Dec. 20 (“Bigoted Cartoon”, News Enterprise, Letters to the Editor, Jan. 4) was in error.
There are so many talented people that live in our communities, and so many that participate in local civic and community organizations.
I believe the holiday season is when our hearts are the most open to giving.
Last May, State Assemblyman Dan Stec published an article that called for proactive solutions in New York.
The article in the Times of Ti regarding International Paper and Inter-Lakes supporting workforce training at Ti High (Jan. 4) was nicely written and positive publicity for the program and the organizations that participate.
On the evening of Jan. 3, Howard and Amy Drake of Golf Course Road lost their home and personal belongings to a structure fire.