Riddle #1 - What do the following establishments have in common:
The Essex County Board of Ethics has existed for only a few years and as of Oct. 12, 2013 has publicly reprimanded four Republicans over various issues.
Many of you have called my office to inquire about a mailing from the New York State Sheriff’s Association requesting a donation.
A draft of the Elizabethtown Comprehensive Plan is now available.
As the 2013 fundraising season comes to a close, I would like to take a moment to recognize a friend, Rotarian and a very talented artisan, Syd Ward.
I represent the United Way Campaign Team for the Adirondack Region.
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month.
As someone who is an avid bicycle rider, cross country skier and hiker I want to weigh in on the discussion about the possible conversion of the existing railroad corridor to a multiuse recreational trail.
The recent election of five new supervisors in Essex County has caused me to think there is more to the story.
Last week I was informed of the passing of Bob Purdy.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who came to our first Chicken-n-Biscuit Dinner at the Holy Name Center, Au Sable Forks, on Election Day.
Once again a big thank you is in order for the people of the Willsboro and Essex churches for the great Veteran’s Day dinner provided to honor our area veterans.
Now that the voters have approved proposals 4 and 5 (the two land swap proposals on the ballot), who wants to join a pool as to how long it will take before Adirondack Wild and Protect the Adirondacks file their lawsuit?
I am writing to your readers regarding Lyme Disease. Discovered in 1975 this disease has become prevalent in the northeast.
Congratulations to Noel Merrihew, Rick Olcott and the Town of Elizabethtown as a whole on the results of the recent election.