There’s been a lot of comments about planning lately in the newspaper – both for and against the idea.
This might be good time to note just a few of the many ways that our community has benefitted over the years from the truly inspirational presence of Shami McCormick.
One of the many activities at the Town of Weathersfield’s 250th birthday celebration Aug. 20 will be the Weathersfield Cake Quilt Contest.
86-year-old Schenectady photographer shares highlights from his collection in new book
Peering back into history through one man’s collection of portrait photographs provides a glimpse of the state’s culture and history.
The art of barbering has a long and colorful history In northern Warren County, and Joseph F. DeMatties exemplifies that heritage well.
Election for two trustees, one justice
More than 30 members of the Saranac Lake Democratic Committee Monday, Jan. 30 chose two village trustee candidates for the spring election and endorsed one justice candidate across party lines.
Website will have information and schedules for meetings, studies and more
Thurman's Monday night Concert in the Park series offers a wide range of musical idioms: from home-bred mountain music to Irish bands and folk music. The concerts continue through August each summer.
Indian Lake Town Supervisor Brian Wells noted the larger-than-usual attendance at the Town Board’s Aug. 13 meeting at the Blue Mountain Lake firehouse and thanked all for coming out.
Governor Cuomo shows the same hatred and contempt that his father showed towards the Adirondacks, its people, its natural resources, and its environment.
Why would the U.S. president attempt to diminish and insult those responsible for our economy?
It seems that this election will be about two competing philosophies.
A big hurray for the article “One Nation under God” by Dan Alexander.
AspecMaple sugaring, specialty farming, sawmill operations and the rural lifestyle were all explained and explored Oct. 6 and 7 during Thurman's Fall Farm Tour.
The North Country Mission of Hope was founded in 1998 to empower the people of mission communities in Nicaragua through education, health care, and ecological and community development projects.
Cure cancer, save the world, eat cotton candy every day and play roller derby.
Mr. Scott David Harris, in rebuttal to your article (letter to the editor) in the Times of Ti Nov. 24, I have
Mr. Fenimore must not have learned much in his six years as a Town councilman, since he doesn’t know the difference between a Town road and a County road.