Editor, Times of Ti
Initial meeting with APA positive
Ticonderoga’s hamlet may be growing. The town has asked the Adirondack Park Agency to expand the present hamlet area in Ti with an eye on decreasing regulation and increasing business growth.
Parade to highlight 59th annual festivities
An Independence Day tradition will continue in Schroon Lake this summer. The community will host its 59th annual July 4th festivities and parade.
Hancock House to host sessions
Ticonderoga artists will share their talents with interested people this summer during a series of oil painting workshops. Joan Pulling and Stella Dwyer will instruct interested people Saturdays, July 13 and 20, on the Hancock House lawn 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Both sessions are free and open to the public.
Norm’s Bait and Tackle to host June 25 dinner
Norm’s Bait and Tackle will host the Crown Point Chamber of Commerce June 25 meeting. This will be a appetizer, salad and dessert pot luck.Norm’s Bait and Tackle will supply the food for grilling. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Alliance project takes a year to complete
A blank wall in downtown Ticonderoga is now a mural, depicting the community located between two lakes. The north wall of the Ti Barbershop building on Champlain Avenue is now a work of art thanks to a Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance project.
Ladies’ fashions to be displayed
The Ticonderoga Historical Society will unveil its new exhibit, “Bid Adieu, But Enjoy the Stroll - Old Threads From Ticonderoga,” at the Hancock House Saturday, June 29, at 1 p.m. This event is free to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
Lottery prize awarded in Port Henry ceremony
Jamie Velsini is a lucky guy, times two. The Mineville man is getting married Aug. 31 and last week claimed a $1 million state lottery prize.
Hazel Straight reflects on century of life
Hazel Straight celebrated her 100th birthday June 11 at Heritage Commons in Ticonderoga. She lived in Port Henry before moving to Ti.
Officials troubled by Tracy Road campaign
An effort to promote the Tracy Road as a tourist destination is causing concern among some Moriah officials, who feel the road is dangerous.
Scozzafava offers suggestion to electricians
Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava has racked up a long list of accomplishments in a career spanning three decades. Now, he can add two more items to his resume — innovator and published author.