Monthly Archives: December 2015

Ad’k Council announces state legislative priorities for 2016

The Adirondack Council has announced its legislative priorities agenda for 2016, that will have the environmental protection organization urging state lawmakers to expand the High Peaks Wilderness, ban most all-terrain vehicles permanently from the “forever wild” Forest Preserve, and address community infrastructure needs. Continue reading

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With the holidays fast approaching…

IMG_2622******…Some of the Town of Webb school teachers participated in an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest on Friday, December 18th. The winner of the contest was Jeremiah Best. Front row: Danielle Allen, from left, Jeremiah Best, Elizabeth Orsino, Hannah Payne and Judy Eherensbeck. Back row: Karen Mitchell, Megan Pfeifer, Kathy Connell, Gayle Ritz and Lori Brosemer. Photo by Gina Greco

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Monthly creative writing and reading event to be held at Five Corners Café

Local writer Melissa Macdonald will lead a new monthly event geared toward creative writing and reading.

On the first Tuesday of each month, 5 Corners Café will host an open reading from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and is inviting all interested writers, readers and listeners to attend.

The format will be that of a traditional open-mic night (though without a microphone).  Continue reading

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Town of Webb Police Report

The Town of Webb Police Department has reported the following recent law enforcement activity.

• A 30-year-old Old Forge man was charged with Aggravated Harass-ment (Penal Law 240.30) on Monday, December 21 at 3:20 p.m.

According to the report, the Town of Webb Police Department arrested the man on one count of Aggravated Harassment following an investigation into threatening text messages that were sent to the victim.

The man was arraigned in the Town of Webb Court and released on cash bail.

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