From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County June 15-30

By Essex County Historical Society
June 14, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


MORIAH


Moriah Voting On School Merger


Qualified voters of this community will ballot from 1 p. m. to 8 p. m. today on the proposed centralization of the Port Henry and Moriah High Schools with the immedia... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County June 1-14

By Essex County Historical Society
May 31, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


CROWN POINT


Most Area Highways Are Now Passable


With the recession of flash flood waters, most area highways are now passable although some points on main arteries are still inundated or washed out. The o... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County May 15-31

By Essex County Historical Society
May 18, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


ESSEX COUNTY


Road Program Is Approved By County Solons


Plans were made at the regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors here Monday for maintenance work on the county road system this year in ten Essex... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County May 1-14

By Essex County Historical Society
May 02, 2022
Category: HISTORY


75 Years Ago


LAKE PLACID


Due to drastic reduction in appropriation for clerical and carrier allowances mail service in this village has been curtailed with only one delivery per day until further notice. The one deliver... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County April 15-30

By Essex County Historical Society
April 15, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


PORT HENRY


The board recognizes the need of a more extensive program to repair streets, especially the Broad Street Hill, than was possible during the past several years. Work of this nature was limited to supe... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County April 1-14

By Essex County Historical Society
April 01, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


JAY


MONACO BROTHERS ENTER TOY MAKING BUSINESS


Arto and James Monaco are converting the old Twin Elm Hotel, Upper Jay, into a toy factory and expect to start production of wooden toys and novelties in... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County March 15-31

By Essex County Historical Society
March 15, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


TICONDEROGA


,000 Fire At Mill Here Saturday Night


Damage estimated at ,000 was caused in a fire Saturday night at the International Paper Company here when a leak in a steam pipe heated lime in a... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County March 1-14

By Essex County Historical Society
March 01, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


LAKE PLACID


WORST STORM OF YEAR LEAVES AREA BURIED IN SNOW


"Operation Snow Fall," which has had the entire state buried in white, granted area snow-cleaning men and equipment a respite Thursday after... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County February 15-28

By Essex County Historical Society
February 15, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 YEARS AGO


MINEVILLE


Mines At Fisher Hill Are Opened By Republic Steel; Will Employ 150-200 Men


Republic Steel Corportation has announced the re-opening of the Fisher Hill Mines here, closed since the strike in... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County February 1-14

By Essex County Historical Society
February 01, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


TICONDEROGA


Fortifications At Mount Hope To Be Restored


The Revolutionary War fortifications at Mount Hope, in Ticonderoga, are soon to be restored, according to an announcement by Carroll V. Lonergan, wh... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County January 15-31

By Essex County Historical Society
January 18, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


Doesn't Give Hoot For 3 Counties


A great horned owl with a wingspan of more than four feet plunged portions of Essex, Franklin, and Clinton counties into a blackout Tuesday night at 6:45 o'clock when it dive-bombed... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A Look Back on Essex County January 1-14

By Essex County Historical Society
January 10, 2022
Category: HISTORY

75 Years Ago


Ticonderoga


The icy and snow-covered conditions of Ticonderoga streets have prompted some residents to complain about the school students who ignore the sidewalks and walk to and from school on the roads sometimes... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A look back on Essex County August 8-14

By Essex County Historical Society
August 10, 2021
Category: HISTORY

50 Years Ago


TICONDEROGA


A few weeks ago a delegation of Ticonderoga merchants met with the village board and made a simple request that the streets in the business district... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A look back on Essex County May 1 - 7

By Essex County Historical Society
May 01, 2021
Category: HISTORY

25 Years Ago


ELIZABETHTOWN


DEC Issues a general permit for repairs


The state Department of Environmental Conserv... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A look back on Essex County April 22 - 30

By Essex County Historical Society
April 23, 2021
Category: HISTORY

25 Years Ago


Keene, Keene Valley, St. Huberts


The Noonmark is being transformed. An extension to the kitchen was started during the winter, in... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A look back on Essex County April 15 - 21

By Essex County Historical Society
April 15, 2021
Category: HISTORY

25 Years Ago


Wilmington residents offer solution for in-line skaters


Besides the frost heaves on Springfield Road swallowing up an inline skater, residents have voiced... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A look back on Essex County April 8 - 14

By Essex County Historical Society
April 08, 2021
Category: HISTORY

25 Years Ago


LEWIS


Lewis town hall blows its top


Blown off roofs seems to be the trend in the area lately. The Lewis town hall joined Wil... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A look back on Essex County April 1 - 7

By Essex County Historical Society
April 01, 2021
Category: HISTORY

25 Years Ago


Groundbreaking held for E. County Courthouse


Construction of a new courthouse is an investment in a long-term solution to Essex C... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A look back on Essex County March 22 - 31

By Essex County Historical Society
March 29, 2021
Category: HISTORY

25 Years Ago


TICONDEROGA


Ti, county officials combine efforts on warehouse


Ticonderoga and Essex County officials are pursing plans to bu... Continue reading

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From the Archives: A look back on Essex County March 8 - 14

By Essex County Historical Society
March 15, 2021
Category: HISTORY

25 Years Ago


WILLSBORO


A new build is not Willsboro’s only option


The Willsboro school board wants everyone to know a new building is not t... Continue reading

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