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BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE | In the summer of 1882, guests of the exquisite, six-story Prospect House hotel in Blue Mountain Lake could do something no one else in the world could, not in New York City, Paris or London: more

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CROWN POINT | For nearly 20 years, Sylvia and Bob Tromblee have poured heart and soul into Tromblee’s Greenhouse and Gift Shop. more

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TICONDEROGA | The Environmental Protection Agency has fined the Town of Ticonderoga $50,000 for failing to bring an aging water system that flows out of Gooseneck Pond up to federal standards. more

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PUTNAM | Over the past 10 years, the Town of Putnam purchased a marvelous chunk of land on Lake Champlain and built a pavillion for a community park. more

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PORT HENRY | The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has accepted the application of a group of Albany engineers for the ambitious Moriah hydroelectric project, bringing much-anticipated construction one step closer to reality. more

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PORT HENRY | This spring a fire destroyed one of Port Henry’s historic, downtown commercial buildings. more

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MORIAH | Outdoor enthusiasts will have another 1,206 acres in which to hike, fish and boat with the Open Space Institute’s (OSI) purchase of scenic tract of lake and forestland on Ensign Pond Road five miles east of Moriah. more

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PORT HENRY | As pestilence goes, the calamities experienced by the Town of Moriah this month might not quite be of biblical proportions, but they’re bad enough that town officials are nervously wondering what might be coming next. more

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TICONDEROGA | A three-member commission leading the Town of Ticonderoga’s search for new police chief promoted Patrolman Mark Belden to the rank of sergeant Monday and named him leader of the force until a permanent chief can be found. more

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TICONDEROGA | Rhyan Towne, the Ticonderoga boy whose bravery and grace in the face of brain cancer captured the heart of the community, died last week at the age of 8. more

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PORT HENRY | Throughout the summer, a half-dozen, give or take, sailboat captains arrive at the Port Henry Marina each Wednesday afternoon and check a printout to see who will be on their crew that day. more

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TICONDEROGA | As the Ticonderoga Fire Department comes to grips with an alleged arsonist who infiltrated its ranks, it is reaching out to the community to offer assurance that professionalism at the company remains paramount. more

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TICONDEROGA | New York State Police are investigating a suspected homicide that occurred sometime overnight Thursday on county Route 2 in Putnam. more

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TICONDEROGA | The saying in world affairs is, “The politics are so bitter because the stakes are so low.” more

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TICONDEROGA | It’s human nature perhaps, but people in need are often slow to ask for help. more

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ESSEX | Former Gov. George Pataki likes to say his Essex farm is his sanctuary, that is to say “a politics-free zone.” more

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WILMINGTON | Based on all the data, this should have been a terrible year for ticks, particularly those in the nymph stage, which is primarily blamed for the transmission of lyme disease. more

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HAGUE | Although details are a bit sketchy, it’s known that an artist and writers club from New York City called Pen and Brush escaped the summer heat by coming to Hague, where a member had donated a house for a retreat. more

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TICONDEROGA | Old-style candy shop has plenty of sweets and nostalgia more

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TICONDEROGA | Just shy of two months ago, a devastating fire leveled the historic Ticonderoga Country Club and the beloved Emerald’s Restaurant within. more

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BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE | In the summer of 1882, guests of the exquisite, six-story Prospect House hotel in Blue Mountain Lake could do something no one else in the world could, not in New York City, Paris or London: more

The Sun

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Photo by Tim Rowland

CROWN POINT | For nearly 20 years, Sylvia and Bob Tromblee have poured heart and soul into Tromblee’s Greenhouse and Gift Shop. more

The Sun

TICONDEROGA | The Environmental Protection Agency has fined the Town of Ticonderoga $50,000 for failing to bring an aging water system that flows out of Gooseneck Pond up to federal standards. more

The Sun 1 Comments

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PUTNAM | Over the past 10 years, the Town of Putnam purchased a marvelous chunk of land on Lake Champlain and built a pavillion for a community park. more

The Sun

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PORT HENRY | The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has accepted the application of a group of Albany engineers for the ambitious Moriah hydroelectric project, bringing much-anticipated construction one step closer to reality. more

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PORT HENRY | This spring a fire destroyed one of Port Henry’s historic, downtown commercial buildings. more

The Sun

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MORIAH | Outdoor enthusiasts will have another 1,206 acres in which to hike, fish and boat with the Open Space Institute’s (OSI) purchase of scenic tract of lake and forestland on Ensign Pond Road five miles east of Moriah. more

The Sun

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Photo by Tim Rowland

PORT HENRY | As pestilence goes, the calamities experienced by the Town of Moriah this month might not quite be of biblical proportions, but they’re bad enough that town officials are nervously wondering what might be coming next. more

The Sun

TICONDEROGA | A three-member commission leading the Town of Ticonderoga’s search for new police chief promoted Patrolman Mark Belden to the rank of sergeant Monday and named him leader of the force until a permanent chief can be found. more

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TICONDEROGA | Rhyan Towne, the Ticonderoga boy whose bravery and grace in the face of brain cancer captured the heart of the community, died last week at the age of 8. more

The Sun

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PORT HENRY | Throughout the summer, a half-dozen, give or take, sailboat captains arrive at the Port Henry Marina each Wednesday afternoon and check a printout to see who will be on their crew that day. more

The Sun

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Photo by Tim Rowland

TICONDEROGA | As the Ticonderoga Fire Department comes to grips with an alleged arsonist who infiltrated its ranks, it is reaching out to the community to offer assurance that professionalism at the company remains paramount. more

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TICONDEROGA | New York State Police are investigating a suspected homicide that occurred sometime overnight Thursday on county Route 2 in Putnam. more

The Sun

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Photo by Tim Rowland

TICONDEROGA | The saying in world affairs is, “The politics are so bitter because the stakes are so low.” more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | It’s human nature perhaps, but people in need are often slow to ask for help. more

The Sun

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Photo by Tim Rowland

ESSEX | Former Gov. George Pataki likes to say his Essex farm is his sanctuary, that is to say “a politics-free zone.” more

The Sun

WILMINGTON | Based on all the data, this should have been a terrible year for ticks, particularly those in the nymph stage, which is primarily blamed for the transmission of lyme disease. more

The Sun

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HAGUE | Although details are a bit sketchy, it’s known that an artist and writers club from New York City called Pen and Brush escaped the summer heat by coming to Hague, where a member had donated a house for a retreat. more

The Sun

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Photo by Tim Rowland

TICONDEROGA | Old-style candy shop has plenty of sweets and nostalgia more

The Sun 1 Comments

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TICONDEROGA | Just shy of two months ago, a devastating fire leveled the historic Ticonderoga Country Club and the beloved Emerald’s Restaurant within. more

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