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Paul Smith’s College honored with Tree Campus USA designation

April 8, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — Paul Smith’s College has been named part of the Tree Campus USA program for the first time by the Arbor Day Foundation. more »»

Lower Saranac marina meeting postponed

April 8, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Wednesday night’s Harrietstown Planning Board meeting has been postponed at the request of a developer planning the project the board was to discuss: the expansion of two marinas on... more »»

Hunters in New York killed 1,358 bears in 2013 season

April 8, 2014 ALBANY (AP) — State officials say New York hunters killed 1,358 black bears during the 2013 hunting seasons, the second-highest number on record. more »»

Slow start for New York town using birth control on deer

April 8, 2014 HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON — Heavy snow and red tape resulted in a disappointingly slow start for a pioneering program in a New York suburb to use birth control as a no-kill way to thin the numbers of deer. more »»

Taking the plunge

April 7, 2014 WILMINGTON — When a skier dressed in a multi-colored parrot suit and red, white and blue long johns can be seen walking around the base lodge at Whiteface, that’s a sure sign that it’s Pond Skimming... more »»

Waiting for winter’s hardtop to disappear

April 5, 2014 As I peer out my small office window, there is a steady stream of water cascading from the roof. more »»

Northville-Placid Trail to receive a new starting point

April 5, 2014 NORTHVILLE — The Northville-Lake Placid Trail will have a new starting point in this village beginning this year, and local residents are getting ready to celebrate the new trailhead. more »»

DEC plans to amend Jay Wilderness plan

April 5, 2014 LEWIS — The state Department of Environmental Conservation has submitted a proposed amendment to the state Adirondack Park Agency that would allow NYCO Minerals to move forward with its plan to mine... more »»

Floyd Lampart to embark on another bike trip

April 5, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Lake Clear resident Floyd Lampart has another big cycling trip in the works. more »»

Climbing routes closed for nesting falcons

April 4, 2014 The state Department of Environmental Conservation closed numerous Adirondack rock climbing routes Tuesday to protect peregrine falcon nest sites. more »»

DOT: Supreme Court ruling wouldn’t affect rail-trail

April 3, 2014 New York State Department of Transportation officials don’t think a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling will have any bearing on the future of the rail corridor between Remsen and Lake Placid. more »»

‘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 »»

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

April 1, 2014 more »»

Going nowhere

March 31, 2014 more »»

Environmental Protection Fund increase expected

March 31, 2014 Conservation groups are glad to see the state’s Environmental Protection Fund increased under a $140 billion budget agreement reached by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leader. more »»

St. Agnes celebrates Maple Weekend

March 31, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Sunday morning following Mass at S. more »»

N.Y. restores Adirondack pond to support trout

March 31, 2014 LOWVILLE (AP) — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has started work to reintroduce brook trout to a remote Adirondack pond in the Five Ponds Wilderness Area. more »»



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