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‘Long haul’ for fire tower backers

April 3, 2014 RAY BROOK — Supporters of preserving a pair of historic Adirondack mountaintop fire towers say their long battle is almost ove. more »»

Local novelist moves into crime fiction

April 3, 2014 ELIZABETHTOWN — It’s a dark, twisted tale of murder set just outside the Adirondack Park Blue Line in Remsen. “Habit,” was written by former Saranac Lake High School student T.. more »»

Schumer seeks review of electric bill increases

April 3, 2014 ALBANY (AP) — Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for an investigation into soaring electricity prices. more »»

Camp Gabriels’ new life

April 2, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — A downstate rabbi’s plan to turn the former Camp Gabriels prison into a summer camp for Orthodox Jewish boys was outlined to town of Brighton residents at the first public meeting on... more »»

Saranac Lake village taxes could drop

April 2, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The village tax levy is expected to remain flat or could even be reduced in the upcoming village budget. more »»

Horace Nye Nursing Home sale complete

April 2, 2014 Essex County’s Horace Nye Nursing Home was finally purchased by a private nursing home company, after a month-long delay. The building was renamed the Essex Center. more »»

Tupper Lake will crack down on loud exhausts

April 2, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — If your vehicle has a loud exhaust, be forewarned: village Mayor Paul Maroun has heard enough. more »»

Downtown Advisory Board recognizes Ice Palace workers

April 2, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — This village’s Downtown Advisory Board has presented a Certificate of Appreciation to the Ice Palace Workers Local 101, the group of volunteers who contribute time and talents to... more »»

Continuing Education Scholarships available

April 2, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The Women’s College Scholarship Club is offering three $1000 Continuing Education Scholarships to adults in the Saranac Lake Central School District (defined by its bus routes). more »»

Board extends resort permit

April 1, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — The planning board here unanimously passed a resolution last Wednesday to extend a building permit for the Adirondack Club and Resort’s “great camp” lots. more »»

Carry on

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New budget has much of North Country interest (update)

April 1, 2014 For the fourth year, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Legislature have passed an on-time budget, and North Country Republican legislators Sen. more »»

Students begin English tests today

April 1, 2014 It’s testing time for New York students. Today, students in grades 3 through 8 started the statewide English language arts assessments. more »»

Police still seek drug suspect

April 1, 2014 Local police have arrested two suspects they weren’t able to find during a March 21 roundup of suspected drug dealers in the community. more »»

N.Y. Legislature passes $140 billion budget

April 1, 2014 ALBANY — The New York Legislature on Monday passed a $140 billion election-year budget that will expand pre-kindergarten statewide and provide tax relief to homeowners and corporations. more »»

College for inmates to remain privately funded

April 1, 2014 ALBANY (AP) — A senior official says Cuomo administration plans to expand college classes for New York’s prison inmates will be privately funded and not financed by taxpayers. more »»

Budget allows crossbow hunting this fall

April 1, 2014 ALBANY (AP) — The new state budget includes an agreement that will give crossbow hunters their own season in New Yor. more »»

Paul Smith's College buffet open to the public

April 1, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — Starting Saturday, Lakeside Dining at Paul Smith’s College will be offering an all-you-can-eat, student-engaged dinner buffet for $12.95 plus tax for adults and $6.95 plus tax for kids. more »»



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