Board member worried about shady business
Beekmantown is developing a local law regarding the regulation and licensing of peddlers, solicitors, and transient retail merchants.
The Elizabethtown Town Board passed a motion at its Sept. 20 meeting to allow the supervisor to enter into emergency contracts to clean up from Tropical Storm Irene. Additionally, the board tabled a motion to adopt a noise ordinance, saying it would be difficult to enforce.
The roles of the village and town of Champlain in the War of 1812 are being honored by three new historical interpretative panels.
The Preservation League of New York State held a workshop Sept. 20 intended to help owners of downtown structures fill their often vacant or underutilized upper floors.
Beckie O’Neill was named Woman of the Year by the New York State Women Inc. Adirondack Chapter at a surprise party thrown at the Red Fox restaurant here Sept. 14.
Apple bobbing, sack racing planned
The Babbie Rural & Farm Leaning Museum is hosting a kids fair and festival Sept. 24 and 25.
Parade, music, and BBQ slated
St. Augustine’s Parish is baking up a fresh Applefest for its 34th year.
Goal: fill upper floors of downtown buildings
The Preservation League of New York State will hold a workshop Sept. 20 intended to help owners of downtown structures fill their often vacant or underutilized upper floors.
Businesses using matching funds for renovations
The unmistakable sounds of revitalization can be heard these days in downtown Ticonderoga, thanks in large part to public grants secured by PRIDE of Ticonderoga.
Matt Stanley, the general manager of Santa’s Workshop, stood at the edge of a 20-foot wide by six-foot deep chasm that floodwater had carved through his facility.