Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Tearsheets | Media Kit | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
Bedbugs creep north

November 6, 2010 SARANAC LAKE — “It’s like our own personal hell. more »»

Candidates on the issues

October 30, 2010 On Tuesday, voters in Franklin and Clinton counties and the Essex County town of St. more »»

Adirondack airwaves

October 23, 2010 SARANAC LAKE — On a cool October morning in a residential neighborhood, amateur radio operator Roland Patnode sits in a yellow school bus that’s been converted into a mobile communications center. more »»

ACR hearing set to resume

October 16, 2010 TUPPER LAKE — As the adjudicatory hearing on the Adirondack Club and Resort starts back up, parties will be taking a look at where they are on the 10 issues originally slated to be discussed in the... more »»

Fishing for funding

October 2, 2010 CROWN POINT — The Essex County Fish Hatchery needs work. Run by the state until 1982, it was built in 1928 on a floodplai. more »»

Mountain biking momentum

September 25, 2010 LAKE PLACID — Unsuccessful so far in their effort to get a bike path built along the railroad corridor between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake, local officials have another plan up their sleeve. more »»

New senior class at old school

September 18, 2010 WILLSBORO — A 62-bed assisted living facility for seniors, housed in the historic old Willsboro school, has been approved and funded, and may be a reality by 2012. more »»

Bartlett’s bagpiper

September 11, 2010 Bill Smith says he has run enough miles in his lifetime to have circled the earth twice, and by the end of his life he hopes to add enough miles to do it one more time. more »»

Temperatures they are a-changin’

September 4, 2010 If current climate trends continue, the Adirondacks will become a vastly different place in the coming decades, according to the recently released book, “Climate Change in the Adirondacks” written b... more »»

Going solar

August 28, 2010 With not much sun and freezing-cold winters, the Adirondack Park isn’t the easiest area in which to use solar energy. But some people are trying. more »»

Healing and hope

August 21, 2010 LAKE GEORGE — More than 20 years after she completed her service in the U.S. Army, Colleen Burdick says she’s still haunted by some of the things she experienced. more »»

Day in the life

August 14, 2010 LAKE PLACID — A call had just come in to the dispatch center at the state Department of Environmental Conservation headquarters in Ray Brook on a recent Tuesday morning. more »»

Doing the dirty work

August 7, 2010 As the four Student Conservation Association workers sat around a campfire on a St. Regis Pond island, storm clouds moved across the sky. more »»

Castle with a view

July 24, 2010 TUPPER LAKE — It was the view that clinched it for him. more »»

Trail blazers

July 17, 2010 Standing on a revamped section of trail on the Eighth Lake carry, Northern Forest Canoe Trail field coordinator Noah Pollock reflected on the past few days of work that his crew, with the help of ... more »»

‘Crude’ work

July 10, 2010 SARANAC LAKE — Michael Martin traveled to the Louisiana coastline last month expecting to help assess the environmental impact of the largest oil spill ever to hit the Gulf of Mexico. more »»

Northern adventure

July 3, 2010 Rainbow Lake resident Bill Ulinski had always been fascinated with Canada’s Northwest Territories, one of the world’s most remote and rugged lands. more »»

The eagles have landed

June 26, 2010 Approaching a bald eagle’s nest that sits more than 100 feet above in a white pine, Peter Nye turns to the three people walking with him. Above, the adult eagle is squawking. more »»

Reaching new literacy heights

June 19, 2010 SARANAC LAKE — By all accounts, the new literacy program at Saranac Lake’s elementary schools has raised childrens’ reading levels significantly. more »»

Concrete and metal

June 12, 2010 TUPPER LAKE — After two years of standing virtually empty after being vacated by Jarden Plastic Solutions, the former Oval Wood Dish plant at 100 Demars Boulevard will open its doors this summer to... more »»

 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web