Genier, a member of the Ticonderoga Police Department, was paired with her new canine companion, a pure-breed German Shepherd named Tusko, at the Shallow Creek Kennel in Middlesex, Penn.
The fields of Bicentennial Park will hopefully be covered with chocolate and all other sorts of candy Saturday, April 4, as the Kiwanis Club holds it annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m.
MLH to no longer offer dental clinic, looking for alternative
Moses Ludington Hospital is getting out of the dentistry business, but hopes to strike a partnership allowing for continuing services on site.
Hawaiian students visit local school as part of CFES exchange program
On a day when wind chill made the outside temperature feel below zero, six students from Hawaii made their way around the North Country and through the halls of Crown Point Central School.
Moriah Central School eighth grader Jonathan Gibbs made it through the opening rounds of the regional Scripp’s Spelling Bee March 13, watching as others were eliminated through the opening rounds.
Crown Point officials are looking to complete the water district income survey which has been taking place over the past several months. To do so, they need at least 95 percent of the system users to fill out an income survey.
A local group of students is hoping to teach their peers about the dangers of bullying and its consequences.
The battle over the future of the municipalities’ water system here has entered a new phase, and town officials feel now is the time to move forward.
As the thermometer starts to creep higher, town officials are preparing to host another season of happy campers.
A troupe of student-actors from Moriah Central School were recently honored with the Ultimate Contribution Award from the Task Force Against Bullying.
After correctly answering the question, “where would you find an aglet,” Ticonderoga Quiz Bowl member Josie Worley offered the reason she knew the answer was the plastic seal on the end of a shoestring.
Town officials are working to secure a $75,000 grant in order to expand the town hall to provide more room for the municipal court.
Wincowski three sends Warriors up Rte. 9 champs
In the Class C Championship game March 21, that spotlight fell to the on-court leader of the Lake George Warriors in a 53-50 title win against Waterville.
The edge went to the down-towners, as the Warriors hit on 11 shots from beyond the arc to score a 70-60 win over the Blue Devils and advance to the Class C title game for the second time in three years.
Killer Bees end Moriah season in Class D semifinals
It was a tale of two games for the Moriah Vikings in the NYSPHSAA Class D semifinals against Bridgehampton March 20.
To do so, members of the Crown Point Town Board voted March 12 to enact a state of emergency in regard to repairs needed to fix a leak at the main intersection in the hamlet, where Route 9N/22, Sugar Hill Road and Creek Road meet.
Over the past two-plus months, members of the Ticonderoga Water Department have responded to 54 pipe freeze and leak calls as well as over 20 main line breaks.
Performances will take place at 7 p.m. both days and will feature a student led cast acting, singing and dancing their way through the classic tale of the girl who dreamed to go to the ball.
Players talk return to Glens Falls, favorite memories from the season
Moriah boys varsity basketball team speaks about returning to the civic center.
Grant from Sen. Little’s office may finalize funding needs
Officials may be one step closer to having the funding needed to move the police department into a new home on the Armory property.
On the coffee table in Julia Podres’ quaint living room is a Time magazine.
Two days after defeating Germantown in the Class D regional finals, it was business as usual for the Moriah varsity boys basketball team.
Ernie Guerin was re-elected to his fourth term as Mayor of Port Henry, earning 91 votes against the 55 ballots cast in favor of opponent Jack Sheldon, March 18.
While several teams from the North Country and Section VII have made it to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s (NYSPHSAA) Final Four since it returned in 1981, no one has been able to match the feat of a group of ball players from a now extinct school who made their way to Syracuse in 1930.
A breakdown of the four teams competing for the NYSPHSAA Class D championship in boys basketball at the Glens Falls Civic Center this weekend, March 20-21.
Take a classic tale and add recent music, and you have a recipe members of the Crown Point Central School drama club know will be a winning combination.
Leading throughout most of the first three quarters of play, the Moriah girls varsity basketball team was closing in on a return trip to Hudson Valley Community College and the NYSPHSAA Class D Final Four.
The Ticonderoga Elementary musical performance, made up of students from grades 3-5, will be “Hansel and Gretel,” adapted by advisor and director Wayne Chagnon, Saturday, March 21, 7 p.m. in the elementary school auditorium.
The Vikings earned their ticket to the NYSPHSAA Final Four March 14 with a 59-49 victory against Germantown.
While they may not have met their goal of 300 members, Sharon Reynolds said many food co-ops have started with much less funding to become a staple in their respective communities.
A classic princess will take to the auditorium stage at Schroon Lake Central School March 20-21, as the school hosts a production of, Cinderella.
But when that anticipated, and much warmer, day comes, the Bulwagga Bay campsite will be ready with a new paddling program.
The Fourth Annual Strikes for Students Bowling Tournament will be held Saturday and Sunday, March 14 and 15, at Adirondack Lanes in Ticonderoga.
Mineville Oil and Boyea’s Grocery are sponsoring a chicken barbecue and Chinese auction for the Mineville VFW Post 5802 Saturday, March 21, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the VFW hall.
Taking college course during sr. year, she has been accepted into Siena/Albany med program
The Minerva student actually doesn’t even take classes at Minerva Central School, instead taking her first year of general studies at SUNY Adirondack.
Women throughout the region are being asked to get the gown out of the closet and wear it to the Best Western Plus in Ticonderoga to celebrate and raise funds for local organizations.
The Northern Adirondack Bobcats were able to keep the Ticonderoga Sentinels at bay with clutch shooting in the fourth quarter to win the Section VII/Class C title, 59-46, March 7.
Rates at the two campsites along the shore of Lake Champlain here will increase for the upcoming season.
An adjunct professor at the Ticonderoga Campus of North Country Community College received a statewide award in a surprise ceremony Feb. 26.
Section VII crowned three champions in girls basketball March 6.
Local seniors have the chance to get moving through a range of motion exercises during a program at the Ticonderoga Senior Center in the former Armory building.
A former trustee and deputy mayor for the Village of Port Henry is looking to return to the municipalities governing body.
Ernest “Ernie” Guerin will seek his fourth term as Mayor March 18.
While the “Splash Brothers” of the NBA reside in Oakland, Calif., the Splash Brothers of Section VII hang their hats in Long Lake.
A piece of property originally awarded to a buyer during Essex County auction will now go to the town of Schroon.
Once again, the game between the Keene Beavers and Schroon Lake Wildcats came down to a scoring run.
On March 3, the Lady Vikings made sure they would not miss out on a fifth straight sectional championship game, jumping out to a 10-point first quarter lead en route to a 57-23 victory.
It was a Christmas present to the town and region.
Ross’ three in overtime leads Ti over Seton Catholic and onto Class C finals against NAC
It was a play designed to bring the defenders in on the top scoring threat for the Ticonderoga Sentinels, and the Seton Catholic Knights took the bait Feb. 27.
Village officials are looking for a new manager for their municipal campground.