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.
According to Ticonderoga Police Chief Mark Johns, 34-year old Sarah M. Wilbur of Sudbury, Vt., was in Ticonderoga around Aug. 12, soliciting funds for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
A suspect is in custody following a fatal stabbing that left one dead in Plattsburgh Sunday night.
Bill Barnhart and Holly Dixon both spoke during the public comment portion of the meeting, stating that they were concerned about rumors that the Ticonderoga Police Department may move from their current home to the Armory.
Scott L. Stockwell, 40 of Ticonderoga was arrested for Aggravated Criminal Contempt a class D felony and Harassment in the second degree-physical contact a violation.
The department, with assistance from the New York State National Guard, New York State Police and Essex County Sheriff’s, conducted a marijuana eradication sweep Aug. 6 in different parts of town.
Craig E. Granger, 24, of Putnam Station was arrested Sunday, June 29 on Vineyard Road in Ticonderoga.
New York State Police have added more charges to Elizabethtown resident Ronnie Cunningham's jacket following his arrest earlier this summer after a traffic stop.
The Ticonderoga Police Dept. and the Town Of Ticonderoga Offices have come together to issue a warning to residents of Ticonderoga.
Tobia J. Secone, 90 of Ticonderoga was pronounced dead July 15
New York State Police are asking for the public’s assistance in solving a burglary last week in Rouses Point.
Jerry Dunbar, 25 of Bristol, Vt. was arrested June 30 with charges of aggravated unlicensed operation a 3rd degree unclassified misdemeanor as well as multiple uniform traffic violations.
Search efforts resume today for William B. Scott, age 59, of Westerloo, N.Y. as a result of a boating accident July 1.
The Town of Moriah Police Department has been very fortunate when it comes to keeping their vehicle fleet up-to-date, and that has also been to the benefit of the town and Moriah Central School District.
Essex County Sheriff Richard Cutting formally announced his candidacy for re-election June 3 at a press conference at the Government Center in Elizabethtown