Here we go again: First touting arts and crafts would attract tourists to Westport, added Champlain Trails, Rolling Hills and the Polo Grounds.
Sept. 9 is the 15th International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day.
This is response to your editorial, “Ebola makes its way to the U.S.” I was disturbed by the blatant inaccuracies in this editorial.
Your recent editorial about the expense of quarantining two American victims of Ebola virus was thought provoking.
On July 9, 2014, knowing Town Justice Paye is not running for re-election, the Willsboro Town Board eliminated the second Town Justice effective December 31, 2014 as a cost savings measure.
On 9 July 2014 the Town Board of Willsboro voted to eliminate one of two Town Justice positions.
Thank you for the great article regarding the restoration of the broken headstone for the Civil War veteran from Willsboro.
Fifty years ago this summer, in 1964, five local boys, aged 12-13, sat on a very large boulder overlooking a section of the Boquet River just outside of Elizabethtown off Route 9N.
During the final weekend of July, a delegation of boys and young men from All Saints Church in Dorchester, MA, participated in their second annual choir camp at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Essex.
I suggest that before you publish the editorial, you do the research for the correct facts.
At approximately 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 27, the Elizabethtown-Lewis Emergency responded to an ATV accident in the Town of Lewis.
Your editorial, July 17 claiming “statistics prove that guns can and do save lives” requires some close examination.
Finally!! Someone gets it right.
On Tuesday July 8th as many know the area was hit hard by a severe storm network.
A sincere thank you to all our friends and family who have helped us get through the difficult time following the loss of our loved one, Tim Cox.