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Silk returns to Miracle site

July 21, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Dave Silk came to Lake Placid in 1980 and helped pull off one of the biggest achievements in the history of sports as a member of a team. more »»

DA will probe shootings of escaped inmates

July 21, 2015 Acting Franklin County District Attorney Glenn MacNeill will review the use of deadly force in the shootings of escaped inmates Richard Matt and David Sweat. more »»

Regents OK college name change

July 21, 2015 The state Board of Regents has approved the controversial renaming of Paul Smith’s College, provided a state court agrees to do the same. more »»

This year’s tax cap may hurt local government more

July 21, 2015 ALBANY — Property tax increases may be limited to less than 1 percent next year for more than 1,800 jurisdictions around the state, which could be problematic for local governments, New York’s... more »»

Rail/trail hearing in Utica draws a big crowd

July 21, 2015 UTICA — It was a full house at the State Office Building Monday. more »»

Skateboard busy-ness, business

July 21, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake SkatePark, which opened Friday, was loaded with young people Monday evening: some skateboarding, one inline skating and others just hanging out and watching. more »»

VIS adds eight trees to downtown Saranac Lake

July 21, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The generosity of local contributors has made it possible for the Village Improvement Society to buy eight new trees to line Main Street. more »»

Lake Placid fills new clerical position

July 21, 2015 LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid Board of Trustees hired an aide to the mayor’s office Monday. more »»

Stickney Bridge Road reopened

July 21, 2015 JAY — Stickney Bridge Road is open again. A culvert replacement had prompted closure and detours, but that’s over, Essex County Emergency Services announced Monday. more »»

New York issues districts guidance for transgender students

July 21, 2015 Teachers of transgender students should follow the students’ lead when deciding which names or pronouns to use and schools should avoid practices rooted in stereotypes, like having color-coded... more »»

Ferny jungle

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North Country tax collector accused of falsifying bill

July 21, 2015 CANTON (AP) — A tax collector in northern New York has been arrested on allegations she falsified her own tax records to avoid paying up. more »»

Regents approve PSC name change, if court says yes (update)

July 20, 2015 The state Board of Regents has approved the controversial renaming of Paul Smith’s College, provided a state court agrees to do the same. more »»

Regents weigh name change today

July 20, 2015 The state Board of Regents is considering a controversial decision by Paul Smith’s College to change its name at its monthly meeting today, according to the college’s presiden. more »»

New studio tour showcases AuSable Valley artists

July 20, 2015 A splash of colors strikes you at first glance when walking into painter Frank Owen’s studio in Keene Valley. more »»

Cuomo back in the raft for Adirondack Challenge

July 20, 2015 INDIAN LAKE (AP) — Gov. more »»

DEC commissioner exits with cross-state bike ride

July 20, 2015 ALBANY — Joe Martens didn’t get out too much as New York’s environmental commissioner, responsible for millions of acres of wilderness and other protected land, yet he made up some lost ground last... more »»

Man, 26, drowns in Lake George

July 20, 2015 LAKE GEORGE (AP) — Police say a 26-year-old man from New York City has died after drowning at an upstate park. more »»

3rd hearing for Essex Chain plan

July 20, 2015 ALBANY (AP) — A third public hearing is scheduled this week for the proposed management plan for the Essex Chain Lakes tract in the central Adirondack. more »»



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