Emir Hodzic, MD, 31, a family practice physician, has joined Thomas Socash, MD and Karla Dalious, RPA-C in providing care at the Town of Webb Health Care Center, a facility operated by the St. Elizabeth Medical Group.
Dr. Emir Hodzic, MD. Photo by Gina Greco
Dr. Hodzic earned his medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies.
He completed a Bachelor of Science in Arts and Sciences from Utica College of Syracuse University, with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. Continue reading
Plenty of Halloween festivities are planned throughout the area in celebration of the upcoming October 31 holiday.
Saw whet owl. Photo by Gary Lee
• The Inlet Youth Commission will also host its annual Halloween Parade and Party on Friday, October 24.
Parade line-up begins at 6:30 p.m. at the parking lot between St. Anthony’s Church and the Church of the Lakes on Main Street.
Following the parade through town, all are invited to the Inlet Emergency Services Building for costume judging and refreshments. Continue reading
Town of Webb Police Commis-sioner Ted Riehle presented an update to the Town of Webb Board on Monday, October 20, about the ongoing investigation and audit of the town’s police department.
Also made public was the agreement, approved by the Town Board, that opened the activity on July 28 under the direction of Joseph Loszynski, a Queensbury, NY investigator. Continue reading
The Town of Webb School will be one of four locations throughout the Adirondacks where the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) will be holding public listening sessions to solicit comments regarding possible amendments to the Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan (APSLMP) including proposals identified as part of the Essex Chain Lakes classification.
As part of the Essex Chain Lakes Complex classification, the APA agreed to consider amendments to the APSLMP that would allow the use of all-terrain bicycles in the Essex Chain Lakes Primitive Area and the use of non-natural materials for the construction of a bridge over the Cedar River. Continue reading
VIEW has announced that it will be offering a number of workshops in the coming weeks.
• Barbara Green, of Adirondack Green House Basketry, will offer guidance and assistance to fellow basket weavers at an Open Weave Studio session on Monday, November 3 from 4 to 6 p.m.
The session is open to anyone who has an unfinished basket project and needs assistance, or is interested in working on a basket with other weavers.
It is free of charge, however registration is required. Participants will need to provide their own materials and tools. Continue reading
Regarding the “Police Audit” article in the Adirondack Express the week of October 21 through 27, 2014, which implies Bob Dibble is part of the internal audit for the Town of Webb Police Department, I, Bob Dibble, would like to set the record straight. Continue reading
For over 13 years, The Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks has provided twelve benches in Old Forge upon which visitors can take a rest and watch what’s going on along Main Street.
Chris and Dee Kraft and Kiwanis President Mike Griffin. Back ROW, from left: Tom Smedley, Dick Olson, Bill Ransom, Bill Baumann, Doc Foley and Ray Schoeberlein. Courtesy photo
The benches are placed in time for Memorial Day weekend in the spring and put in storage shortly following Columbus Day.
In the spring, a group of Kiwanis and Key Club members sand, paint and reassemble the benches for placement. Continue reading