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Former Camp Gabriels prison: ‘Forever wild’ exempt?

May 20, 2016 MALONE — Franklin County legislators want to amend the state constitution to ease the sale of the former Camp Gabriels prison. more »»

Mountain View Inn sold to neighboring Holderieds

May 20, 2016 LAKE PLACID — After more than four decades of ownership, Vic and Carol Kraus have sold the Mountain View Inn to the Holderieds, the family that owns the neighboring Golden Arrow Resort on Main... more »»

9 deaths, no charges at homes for disabled

May 20, 2016 MINEOLA — Little more than names and incident numbers appear on a Long Island medical examiner’s list of nine developmentally disabled people who died in state care since 2013, but this much is know... more »»

Pell grants for high schoolers at NCCC

May 20, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Local high school students who take college-credit courses at North Country Community College campuses will be able to access federal Pell Grant funding to pay for those classes as... more »»

GOP congressmen, attorney general in climate dispute

May 20, 2016 ALBANY — Republican members of Congress have accused New York’s Democratic attorney general and his counterparts in 16 other jurisdictions of chilling free speech over climate change through their... more »»

The Point claws out of foreclosure

May 19, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The end of a long foreclosure process is in sight for one of the Adirondacks’ most luxurious and exclusive resorts. more »»

Students shine at expo

May 19, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Hundreds of pieces of original art. Musical performances. Live painting. Welcome to the Tupper Lake Expo 2016. more »»

Singing Sunday

May 19, 2016 more »»

Health insurers propose hikes

May 19, 2016 ALBANY — New York health insurers have proposed premium increases averaging 17.3 percent for next year in the market for individuals and 12 percent for small groups. more »»

Say goodbye to Time Warner Cable: Sale leads to name change

May 19, 2016 NEW YORK — Time Warner Cable is going away, and that means you might have a new cable company to hate. But you might find one you like better instea. more »»

Cuomo: Allow liquor sales in state before noon on Sundays

May 19, 2016 ALBANY (AP) — Expanded brunch hours may be coming to New York state. Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday said he will propose legislation to allow restaurants to serve alcohol before noon on Sundays. more »»

Time Warner Cable name will vanish

May 18, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — Charter Communications is closing on its $67 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. more »»

Governor green-lights rail-trail plan

May 18, 2016 Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced $23 million in funding for a plan to split the state-owned Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor into one section for trains and another for a trail. more »»

Booth ready to leave APA board

May 18, 2016 RAY BROOK — For the second time in a few days, a state Adirondack Park Agency board member has announced he or she is ready to step down. more »»

Parking fee fury

May 18, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Local residents and workers lashed back at the village Board of Trustees Monday in response to parking hikes passed earlier this mont. more »»

School board shuffle in Tupper

May 18, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Voters definitively passed the Tupper Lake Central School District’s 2016-17 budget while choosing a newcomer and a familiar face to represent their interests on the district Board of... more »»

Baker, Evans win in Saranac Lake

May 18, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Clyde Baker and Jeremy Evans will remain on the Saranac Lake Central School District Board of Education. more »»

With taxes nearly flat, school budgets pass by wide margins

May 18, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Voters passed the Lake Placid Central School District’s 2016-17 budget by a vote of 309-54 Tuesday, Long Lake’s 105-17 and Keene’s 88-7. more »»



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