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In 2006 Moriah resident Nancy Cutting-Smith together with friends and family came up with the concept of a backwoods country parade. They took to their, then, dirt road of Mutton Hollow and strutted their North Country stuff.
There will be no shortage of gangster fedoras and flapper dresses Sept. 12, 13 and 14 in the Tri-lakes and Warrensburg areas. Rum runners weekend returns with new activities in this prohibition-era event.
A local women is believed to have drowned while swimming off the Black Point Public Beach on Sept. 4. in the town of Putnam.
Moriah and Ti face similar issues and look to community for solutions
Two towns facing down varying issues on their own have a very common denominator, prescription drug and heroin abuse are on the rise and no one is quite sure what to do about it.
“We tried something new last year and had Labor Day at the beach,” said Tim Bryant Chamber of Commerce executive. “It was a great time, but we had some feedback that downtown wasn’t as festive so we are back on Church Street.”
On Aug. 24 surrounded by friends, family and caregivers Allen accepted a proclamation by the Town of Ticonderoga to name Aug. 19, his date of birth, Desmond Allen Day. A plaque was presented to Allen by daughter in law Sue Allen.
Runway 67 opens doors to new fashion opportunities
Entrepreneur and Ebay store owner Tina Combs is bringing styles from stores like Macy’s and Bloomingdales to Main Street Warrensburg.
Goody’s has opened its doors independently on Main Street in Warrensburg. Owner, baker, and candy aficionado Carol Ross officially opened for business Aug. 5.
On Aug. 23 market goer’s will have the opportunity to discuss home energy savings with an area expert.
An idea among friends sharing a common love for wood working, has become more than a hobby in Wevertown.