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Ticonderoga, NY

Ticonderoga businesses crashing??

he has had cones in front of all his pumps for the past week.  (Mar 6, 2013 | post #52)

Ticonderoga, NY

Ticonderoga businesses crashing??

JT expanded his buisnesses way to fast. the bar was going then not long ago he built the auto store and that going.. too much too soon in a town that has less people per square mile.  (Feb 28, 2013 | post #38)

Ticonderoga, NY

Disbanding the Ti PD

GET rid of the bars i think there will be lot less problems  (Feb 22, 2013 | post #46)

Ticonderoga, NY

beware! rattlesnakes

tongue mnt in Putnam is known to have lots of them. Being in the Adirondacks just about every known animal or mammal subject to this region you will find. dont live in this area if you cant deal with these creatures.  (Feb 15, 2013 | post #12)

Ticonderoga, NY

walmart-stealing

I have seen some people that shop they buy all the junk food they can at one time, and little healthy food mixed with it. those that I have seen are mostly from our own town.  (Feb 11, 2013 | post #19)

Ticonderoga, NY

Have you bought a car from Vergennes Auto

they are now closed the owner passed away. and his daughter got rid of eveything.  (Jan 28, 2013 | post #38)

Ticonderoga, NY

Hacker Boat is leaving Ticonderoga

'TOO FAR' Hacker Boat Co. had initially announced it was asking for $1.1 million in state funding toward its proposed relocation to a vacant building on Carey Road in Queensbury, west of Adirondack Northway Exit 18. Made a priority project by the Capital Region Council, it was awarded a little more half the requested sum when the state made its announcement of funding to councils around the state in December. Rawley said they were very pleased with the funding they received. The timetable for getting the new facility up and running in Queensbury hasn’t been hammered down yet, he said, though they expect it to happen sometime this year. “The rationale (for closing shop in Ticonderoga) is we’re expanding internationally and building bigger boats — that’s the goal,” Rawley said. At present, the company is constructing a tender for a mega-yacht in Europe, he said. The firm hopes to build coastal cruisers in the 30-to-45-foot range as well, he said. Many Hacker-Craft customers fly into Albany International Airport and travel from there to the plant to select and order construction of a boat. Rawley said it isn’t convenient for clients, some of whom come from Europe, to travel the extra distance to Ticonderoga. “It’s a long way.” News Editor Suzanne Moore contributed to this report.  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #3)

Ticonderoga, NY

Hacker Boat is leaving Ticonderoga

FORMER NEWBERRY STORE The company is presently manufacturing Hacker-Craft boats in the former Delmar Box plant on Delano Road in Ticonderoga and has another facility in Hague’s Silver Bay hamlet on Lake George. There are no plans at this point to close the Hacker facility in Silver Bay, Rawley said. Company offices, the showroom and a marina are located there. The 32,000-square-foot plant on Delano Road is used for construction of the firm’s luxury mahogany motorboats. Hacker already appears to be winding down use of its 11,400-square-foot Montcalm Street facility in Ticonderoga, the former J.J. Newberry Store, which was used for repairs and restorations, Reynolds said. “We have asked them to turn that back over to PRIDE at some point. We haven’t received an answer yet.” PRIDE took ownership of the building after Newberry’s closed in the 1990s and later transferred it to Hacker. Rawley said they still have work going on at the Montcalm Street site.  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #2)

Ticonderoga, NY

Hacker Boat is leaving Ticonderoga

By LOHR McKINSTRY Press-Republican TICONDEROGA — Hacker Boat Co. is using a $600,000 state grant to move from Ticonderoga to Queensbury for a facility expansion. The move means the loss of 38 jobs in Ticonderoga, although workers will be offered a chance to transfer to the Queensbury plant expected to be built this year, Hacker spokesman Kenneth J. Rawley said Wednesday. “We expect that most of them are going to work in Queensbury,” said Rawley, who is in charge of sales and marketing for Hacker. “We’re working on a number of ways to make that happen.” Hacker Boat is making the move to Queensbury in Warren County to meet demands for manufacturing larger boats, company officials said.The firm says it will invest $5.4 million and create 31 new jobs at a 116,400-square-foo t facility there. A press release from the Capital Region Economic Development Council had said the $600,000 grant awarded to Hacker was so the boatbuilder could expand its current facilities in Ticonderoga, but it turned out the release was referring to the relocation to Queensbury, PRIDE of Ticonderoga Executive Director Sharon Reynolds said. “We tried to convince Hacker to stay in Ticonderoga. They were committed to moving.”  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #1)

Ticonderoga, NY

Gary LaRock

December 18, 2012 · 00:00 Gary LaRock arrested in Ripon California for Failure to register as a Sex Offender. Subject is being held as a Fugitive From Justice awaiting extradition. 089  (Dec 18, 2012 | post #14)

Ticonderoga, NY

Two Upstate Town Justices Resign Amid Probes

Attorney Heather Knott, a justice since 1994 in the Hague Town Court, Warren County, faced four charges of improper conduct, including the allegation that she appeared while under the influence of alcohol on several occasions from 2009 to 2011 as an attorney for the child in Essex County Family Court. The commission also charged that during roughly the same time Knott presided over Hague Town Court while under the influence of alcohol. The panel accused Knott of backing her car into a vehicle in Ticonderoga, leaving the scene and not reporting the incident. The commission said it censured, but did not remove, Knott in 1999 for alcohol-related improprieties when she assured the panel that she would abstain from alcohol in the future.  (Dec 14, 2012 | post #1)

Ticonderoga, NY

20 adults, 9 juveniles charged in Crown Point burglary

Rocque said those who are age 16 and older were charged as adults. Charged with second-degree burglary of a dwelling, a felony, were: Bret O. Gudikunst, 17, of Crown Point, four counts; Tyler J. Woods, 18, of Ticonderoga, three counts; Paige D. Harris, 16, of Crown Point, one count; James T. Blanchard, 16, of Crown Point, four counts; Vincent A. Gibbs, 21, of Crown Point, one count; Michael J. Gould, 18, of Crown Point, three counts; Jonathan C. Spaulding, 17, of Crown Point, one count; Devin M. McCoy, 17, of Crown Point, one count; Brant C. Rice, 27, of Crown Point, one count; Adrian P. Fernandez, 16, of Ticonderoga, two counts; Megan M. Campney, 17, of Ticonderoga, one count, Brenda M. Mesones, 18, of Crown Point, two counts; James C. Russell, 17, of Crown Point, one count; Sara J. Fuller, 18, of Ticonderoga, two counts; Brianna S. Morse, 16, of Ticonderoga, two counts; Cameron C. Cole, 21, of Ticonderoga, one count; Kelsey M. Wertz, 17, of Ticonderoga, one count; and Christian M. Chambre, 22, of Crown Point, one count. Gibbs, Rice, Cole and Chambre were also charged with one count each of first-degree unlawful dealing with a child by providing the child with alcohol, a misdemeanor. Kaitlin A. Gudikunst, 21, of Crown Point was not charged with burglary but was arrested on two counts of first-degree unlawful dealing with a child by providing the child with alcohol, a misdemeanor. She was released on an appearance ticket. Also charged with various counts of second-degree burglary of a dwelling were three 14-year-olds, five 15-year-olds and a 13-year-old, the names of which police would not release. Woods posted bail, and Blanchard, Gibbs, Gould, Fernandez and Fuller were released from the Essex County Jail. Spaulding, McCoy, Rice, Campney, Mesonnes, Russell, Morse, Wertz, Chambre, were released to third parties after their arrest and were not incarcerated. As of Tuesday afternoon, only Cameron C. Cole remained in Essex County Jail. Some of the cases are being handled in Family Court, Rocque said.  (Dec 13, 2012 | post #1)

Ticonderoga, NY

South Glens Falls school official offers advice to parent...

Taylor, of 476 Fortsville Road, Gansevoort, was charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony. The school district learned about the threats from a mother who was checking her child’s Facebook page. When she saw another person had made threats to the school, she picked up the phone. “We were very fortunate to have a community member who acted appropriately,” said Superintendent Michael Patton. On Friday morning, Patton said he spoke to students over the public announcement system to inform them about the arrest. A letter was also sent to parents. Patton said the arrest is an opportunity for parents and students to learn about the importance of monitoring the comments posted on websites such as Facebook. “It’s very important for parents and students to communicate regularly and for parents to monitor what’s on their children’s Web page,” Patton said. Patton said the school district needs to be notified if students are threatening to harm others or themselves. Murphy intends to seek a mental health evaluation of Taylor early next week, according to his statement. “I believe at this time it may be helpful to be sure that he is fit to proceed before we go further,” he said. Social networking websites and text messaging have allowed cyberbullying to flourish. Students use these means to harass and threaten others, at times anonymously and often away from the school. But the conflicts escalate into confrontations when students return to school, forcing school employees to resolve the problem. The state requires school districts to have a policy that shows they will not tolerate cyberbullying. The policy is part of the state’s Dignity for All Students Act, which became effective in July and lays out procedures for creating a safe school environment. One of those procedures is for schools to intervene when students harass or threaten each other over the Internet or by text message, even if the behavior occurs off school property. “It has become more and more prevalent,” Jenkins said of cyberbullying. “The difficult part about it is we don’t know it’s occurring until someone tells us about it.” Damian Switzer, principal of Queensbury High School, said cyberbullying is a complex issue because it can occur away from the school, and requires parents to work with the school to address it. “We really need parents to be on board with helping to monitor their child’s time on social networking sites,” Switzer said. Schools each year bring in professional speakers who talk about bullying and good behavior. The danger of social networking websites is a common subject. Patton said Taylor has been suspended for five days. A superintendent’s hearing will be scheduled to decide on any further discipline.  (Oct 5, 2012 | post #2)

Ticonderoga, NY

South Glens Falls school official offers advice to parent...

SOUTH GLENS FALLS -- The school district is urging parents to watch the comments their children leave on social networking websites, following the arrest Thursday of 16-year-old Forrest R. Taylor, a South High student who police said used Facebook to threaten to kill all the students at the school. Saratoga County Undersheriff Mike Woodcock said the threats were not made to specific persons, but rather to all the students. Woodcock would not reveal the type of threats that were made, but he said they were “homicidal.” Saratoga County District Attorney James Murphy also would not reveal details of the threats, but said Taylor’s Facebook account has been taken down. ”No one at South High was in any jeopardy or danger,” Murphy said, in a prepared statement on the arrest released by his office. Taylor, of 476 Fortsville Road, Gansevoort, was charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony. The school district learned about the threats from a mother who was checking her child’s Facebook page. When she saw another person had made threats to the school, she picked up the phone. “We were very fortunate to have a community member who acted appropriately,” said Superintendent Michael Patton. On Friday morning, Patton said he spoke to students over the public announcement system to inform them about the arrest. A letter was also sent to parents. Patton said the arrest is an opportunity for parents and students to learn about the importance of monitoring the comments posted on websites such as Facebook. “It’s very important for parents and students to communicate regularly and for parents to monitor what’s on their children’s Web page,” Patton said. Patton said the school district needs to be notified if students are threatening to harm others or themselves. Murphy intends to seek a mental health evaluation of Taylor early next week, according to his statement. “I believe at this time it may be helpful to be sure that he is fit to proceed before we go further,” he said. Social networking websites and text messaging have allowed cyberbullying to flourish. Students use these means to harass and threaten others, at times anonymously and often away from the school. But the conflicts escalate into confrontations when students return to school, forcing school employees to resolve the problem. The state requires school districts to have a policy that shows they will not tolerate cyberbullying. The policy is part of the state’s Dignity for All Students Act, which became effective in July and lays out procedures for creating a safe school environment. One of those procedures is for schools to intervene when students harass or threaten each other over the Internet or by text message, even if the behavior occurs off school property. “It has become more and more prevalent,” Jenkins said of cyberbullying. “The difficult part about it is we don’t know it’s occurring until someone tells us about it.” Damian Switzer, principal of Queensbury High School, said cyberbullying is a complex issue because it can occur away from the school, and requires parents to work with the school to address it. “We really need parents to be on board with helping to monitor their child’s time on social networking sites,” Switzer said. Schools each year bring in professional speakers who talk about bullying and good behavior. The danger of social networking websites is a common subject. Patton said Taylor has been suspended for five days. A superintendent’s hearing will be scheduled to decide on any further discipline.  (Oct 5, 2012 | post #1)

Ticonderoga, NY

facebook/drinking

you can take picture of your screen and send to coach at school  (Aug 15, 2012 | post #19)