by Jay Lawson
Dr. Joseph Rintrona, who has been practicing dentistry in the Town of Webb for nearly 35 years, appeared before the Town Board at its audit meeting on Monday, September 21, to introduce his prospective replacement.
In 2013, Dr. Rintrona informed the board that he is nearing the end of his dental career.
Since then, he has been looking for a replacement to assume his patient load upon retirement. Continue reading
Garden Club member, Gary Lee planted the lilacs in Mary Diamond’s memory
by Marianne Christy
Members of the Old Forge Garden Club paid tribute to late fellow member Mary Diamond by planting two lilac bushes in her memory on the grounds of Lakeside Terrace Apartments on Tuesday, September 22nd.
Mary was a charter member of the club which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. Continue reading
The Town of Webb Police Department has reported the following recent law enforcement activity.
• A 56-year-old Clinton man was charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation 3rd (misdemeanor) following an incident that occurred on Thursday, September 17 at 6:55 p.m.
According to the report, the defendant admitted to Officer Sege upon arrival at Town of Webb Court that his license was suspended after Officer Sege witnessed the defendant drive into the court parking lot. Continue reading
Along with the eight new teachers who started at Town of Webb UFSD this year, were six staff members.
• Dana Pashley is the new micro computer technician for the school. He is a 2000 graduate of Town of ebb chool, and earned his A.A.S degree in computer information systems from SUNY Cobleskill in 2002. He currently resides in Old Forge with his wife Jessica and their daughter Leigha. Continue reading
by Marianne Christy
The Old Forge Volunteer Fire Department’s Firefighter’s Drill School ‘15 ended on Sunday, September 20 with the drawing for the winners in the Big Bucks Give-Away raffle.
A large crowd was gathered at the fire hall as the winning names were announced.
Taking the top prize of $9,464 was Anthony Povero of Montour Falls, #1422 The second place winner of $5,096 was Paul Mirate of Raquette Lake,#159. Continue reading
To The Editor:
It seems that some signs of fall often come earlier than you expect: one summer day the corn is growing tall and tomatoes are mostly still green. The sunflower plant heads are still following the sun across the sky. The grass has stopped growing and has turned light brown. Continue reading
The Covey-Pashley American Legion Post #893 Ladies Auxiliary would like to thank the following for their contributions to our lunch during the CAPPY Duck Drop on Sunday, September 6: The Noonans – Enchanted Forest Water Safari; the DiOrios – DiOrio’s IGA Supermarket; Kinney Drugs of Old Forge; Fastrac Market of Old Forge; Wise Potato Chip Co.
It was a great Duck Drop. Thank you for your support.
Donna Myers, Auxiliary Chairwoman