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Farm, hit hard by Irene, hosts reopening party

September 6, 2012 LAKE PLACID — A farm damaged by flood waters from the West Branch of the AuSable River last year will celebrate its reopening on Friday. more »»

Memories of Irene

September 1, 2012 Most residents of the North Country remember where they were when Tropical Storm Irene swept through on Aug. 28, 2011. more »»

Irene scarred the High Peaks

August 31, 2012 On Aug. more »»

A year of learning how to manage much-changed rivers

August 31, 2012 After Tropical Storm Irene hit the Adirondacks a year ago, public works crews were left with a massive amount of work. more »»

Jay, Keene’s ongoing recovery

August 31, 2012 The flood-ravaged towns of Jay and Keene have made a lot of progress since Tropical Storm Irene struck a little more than a year ago, but there’s still work to do. more »»

DOT engineer on Irene: ‘We were up for it’

August 30, 2012 Mike Fayette says state Department of Transportation workers like to think they can handle just about anything.  But on Aug. more »»

Cuomo announces $640k from state for new Keene firehouse

August 29, 2012 KEENE — Exactly one year ago Thursday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo stood on the grounds of the old Keene firehouse and was stunned by the damage caused by flood waters from a raging Gulf Brook. more »»

1 Year After Irene: Work remains to be done

August 29, 2012 AuSABLE FORKS — A regional coalition is working to address the unmet needs of people who were impacted by last year’s Tropical Storm Irene. more »»

Cuomo in Keene today

August 29, 2012 Gov. Andrew Cuomo will be at the site of the new Keene fire station today to make a big announcement. more »»

The story of Irene, one year later

August 28, 2012 Irene was a hurricane when it hit the Atlantic coast but was widely seen as a dud since it did much less damage than anticipated. more »»

1 Year After Irene: Lessons for the East Coast

August 27, 2012 Antonia Schreiber is taking no chances on the next big storm. more »»

1 Year After Irene: Some needs linger, and new group plans to address them

August 27, 2012 AuSABLE FORKS — There are still unmet needs among people whose lives were impacted by Tropical Storm Irene, and a new regional organization hopes to help address those during an event Tuesday at the... more »»

A region-by-region look at Irene’s toll

August 27, 2012 Hurricane Irene and its remnants raked the Caribbean, the eastern U.S. and Canada for more than a week a year ago. Though it never hit the U.S. more »»

New York historic sites weather Tropical Storm Irene

August 27, 2012 FORT JOHNSON — A single line of blue duct tape wrapped around Old Fort Johnson marks where the floodwaters crested when Tropical Storm Irene swept through the Mohawk River community a year ago. more »»

Discounted water rates for Irene victims

August 13, 2012 AuSABLE FORKS — Homeowners impacted by last year’s Tropical Storm Irene may be eligible for discounted water rates. more »»

After Irene: $800,000 in local aid

August 2, 2012 Following last year’s Tropical Storm Irene, a community foundation based in Lake Placid stepped forward to serve as the clearing house for private philanthropy, helping residents and businesses in... more »»

Restoring the East Branch

August 1, 2012 KEENE VALLEY — After more than a decade of being mired in the planning stages, a major river project on the East Branch of the AuSable River is underway. more »»

Storm spares Irene-scathed towns of Keene, Jay

July 18, 2012 A major thunderstorm that knocked out power in the Tri-Lakes and damaged municipal property in Lake Placid didn’t cause much damage in communities that are still cleaning up from last year’s... more »»

More help for Irene reconstruction

July 14, 2012 ALBANY — Essex and Franklin counties will receive nearly $1 million in flood mitigation grants through the state’s NY Works program. Gov. more »»

After Irene: Town seeks help with debris cleanup

June 28, 2012 Officials from the town of Jay and Essex County want the Federal Emergency Management Agency to pay for debris cleanup along the shores of the AuSable River. more »»

 
 

 

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