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Wells Memorial Library hosts reopening celebration

January 30, 2012 UPPER JAY — The reopening of the newly restored Wells Memorial Library on Saturday was warmly received by residents and visitors alike. more »»

56 property owners could pursue flood buyouts

January 19, 2012 Fifty-six property owners in Essex County are interested in a flood buyout offered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency after Tropical Storm Irene devastated homes in communities like Keene... more »»

Keene library reopens doors

January 14, 2012 KEENE — After being closed for months, the Keene Public Library has opened its doors once again to patrons. more »»

Flooding still tops Keene agenda

January 12, 2012 KEENE — In the first town board meeting of the new year, the ramifications of two major floods of 2011 are still being dealt with. more »»

Work wraps on new Jay water line

January 9, 2012 AuSABLE FORKS — The town of Jay has completed the installation of a new water transmission line over the east and west branches of the AuSable River. more »»

Businesses team up to help Irene victims

January 9, 2012 JAY — Ward Lumber and Fuller Excavating have joined forces to match donations for relief efforts in communities impacted by Tropical Storm Irene. more »»

ADE slide show: ‘The Year of the Floods’

January 6, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — The Enterprise has produced a slide show featuring images of the two biggest news stories of 2011, as voted on by newsroom staff; you can watch it in the video window on the right sid... more »»

Holiday drive aims to help flood victims

December 20, 2011 Gov. Andrew Cuomo has launched a statewide holiday giving drive to help families in communities affected by tropical storms Irene and Lee. more »»

Congress approves $8 billion for disaster aid

December 19, 2011 A funding bill passed by Congress includes billions of dollars in disaster aid for communities hit by severe weather and restores some heating assistance for New York. more »»

Wilmington receives FEMA spring flood aid

December 16, 2011 WILMINGTON — Eight months after the spring flood, Wilmington has received some of the Federal Emergency Management Agency funds it was awarded. The town received $113,500 on Friday, Dec. more »»

Tax break ‘good in theory’

December 15, 2011 A new state law aims to help property owners impacted by storms earlier this year, but without financial assistance from the state, local governments may not implement it. Signed by Gov. more »»

Crews work to fix Johns Brook

December 14, 2011 KEENE VALLEY — This fall, Johns Brook became the center of a controversy as cleanup crews worked in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Iren. more »»

After Irene, college students document stories

December 6, 2011 KEENE — Students from Burlington College in Vermont recorded stories about Tropical Storm Irene over the weekend as part of an audio-documentary project. more »»

Tropical Storm Irene disaster relief deadline approaching

December 2, 2011 North Country residents impacted by Tropical Storm Irene have just two weeks to file applications for disaster relief. more »»

Schumer, FEMA: Insurance companies taking too long to process claims

December 2, 2011 Flood insurance companies are dragging their feet when processing claims from Tropical Storm Irene, and that delay is preventing homeowners from receiving disaster relief aid. That’s according to U. more »»

New water main installation for Jay, Black Brook

November 30, 2011 AUSABLE FORKS — The towns of Jay and Black Brook will shut off water service for several hours Thursday so workers can replace water mains destroyed by Tropical Storm Irene. more »»

Owens: Waive passport replacement fees for flood victims

November 30, 2011 U.S. Rep. Bill Owens introduced legislation Tuesday that would grant authority to the U.S. Department of State to waive passport fees for people who lost them in a natural disaster. more »»

Students to document oral history of Irene

November 30, 2011 Students from Burlington College will be in Keene this weekend to document stories from Tropical Storm Irene. more »»

Indian Lake concert raised $4,300 for flood relief

November 30, 2011 INDIAN?LAKE?— Acoustic musicians from the Adirondacks and beyond gathered to stage a benefit concert at the Indian Lake Theater on Nov. 13. The concert raised $4,300 from ticket sales and donations. more »»

Essex County gets revolving loan fund for flood relief

November 28, 2011 ELIZABETHTOWN — Empire State Development announced last week that it has approved the Essex County Industrial Development Agency to redirect $250,000 of unused Champlain Bridge closure assistance... more »»



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