Malone (New York)
Malone began its roots in 1802 when Richard Harrison purchased the area and named it after the great Irish Shakespearean scholar, Edmund Malone. Its streets are lined with some of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in Northern New York State. Malone's celebrated residents included William Wheeler, Vice President of the United States from 1877 to 1881 under President Rutherford B. Hayes; and Orville Gibson, the world-famous guitar and mandolin designer.
Malone Golf Club: A prime location for truly outstanding golf, designed by Donald Ross and Robert Trent Jones, the 36-hole Malone Golf Course was recognized by Golf Magazine as one of the top courses in New York State.
The boyhood home of Almanzo Wilder, (www.almanzowilderfarm.com) made famous in Laura Ingalls Wilder's book "Farmer Boy" is open to the public.
The Malone Recreation Park in the heart of the community is an 87-acre recreation and entertainment park for all ages. For a unique shopping experience, the Market Barn features more than 80 shops of antiques, arts and crafts, collectibles and a deli - all under one roof.
In winter, Titus Mountain Ski Area  is the perfect family ski center with 27 trails, 8 chair lifts, a tube park and rentals available.
Locals and visitors alike look forward to the Franklin County Fair every second week in August featuring rides, a midway, agricultural exhibits and livestock, harness racing and top-line entertainers.
Walmart 3222 State Route 11
Kmart 230 West Main Street
International Border Co., 40 Mill Street, sporting goods, clothing, shoes, etc.