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Cuomo administration, Senate GOP OK gun control law changes

July 11, 2015 ALBANY (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration and state Senate Republicans have agreed to changes in gun control laws enacted after the 2012 Connecticut school massacre. Republican Sen. more »»

Questar to take over NY tests

July 11, 2015 BUFFALO — Minnesota-based Questar Assessment is poised to take over development of New York’s grade 3-8 statewide math and English assessments, replacing Pearson, whose contract for the increasingl... more »»

‘Shield’ against invasives

July 10, 2015 SARANAC INN — The Upper Saranac Foundation has defended its namesake from invasive species like Eurasian watermilfoil for more than a decad. more »»

Missing man's cellphone tracked to Lake Champlain

July 10, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Law enforcement officers have tracked a missing New York City man’s cellphone to the middle of Lake Champlain. Police in New York and Vermont continue to search for Tristan . more »»

Survey: College grads want to stay here

July 10, 2015 A recent survey of North Country college graduates found that 68 percent of them considered looking for a job in the Adirondack Park. more »»

Hotel Saranac restaurant will serve ‘campfire’ fare

July 10, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Rabbit, venison, duck and bass will be among the Adirondack-inspired entrees offered at the Hotel Saranac’s planned “signature” restaurant. more »»

APA OKs snowmobile trails

July 10, 2015 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency has approved a new snowmobile trail system that links three central Adirondack communities. more »»

Some per-diem workers return to Sunmount

July 10, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — The state Office for People With Developmental Disabilities was confirmed that some of the retired, pensioned per-diem workers who received termination letters earlier this year have... more »»

Volunteers sought to help count loons

July 10, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The Wildlife Conservation Society is looking for volunteers to help count loons on Adirondack lake. more »»

Fort Drum to lose few troops in Army cuts

July 10, 2015 FORT DRUM — Fort Drum will lose only 28 soldiers as part of broader troop reductions at military installations nationwide. more »»

White House sends Clarkson U. president’s nomination to Senate

July 10, 2015 WASHINGTON — The White House announced this week that it has sent a nomination to the U.S. Senate for Clarkson University President Tony Collins to be a member of the Advisory Board of the St. more »»

Hearing swings to trail

July 9, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — State officials got an earful Wednesday on their plan to split up the Adirondack rail corridor, mostly from supporters of removing the railroad tracks, including a large contingent of... more »»

Tupper Lake getting a facelift

July 9, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — Welcome to the Lumberjack Renaissance. Seemingly everywhere, all at once, Tupper Lake is physically transforming itsel. more »»

Hotel Saranac announces restaurant plans

July 9, 2015 SARANAC LAKE - Rabbit, venison, duck and bass will be among the Adirondack-inspired entrees offered at the Hotel Saranac’s planned “signature” restaurant. more »»

St. Joe’s seeks rezoning to buy home

July 9, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — St. Joseph’s Addiction Treatment and Recovery Centers wants to buy a house next to its Glenwood Drive campus for use as administrative offices. more »»

Repairs to fix damage caused by escapees: $300K

July 9, 2015 ALBANY (AP) — New York state is spending $300,000 to fix the damage caused by two convicted killers who broke out of a maximum-security prison last month. more »»

Adirondack Council to honor former board chairs, celebrate 40th anniversary

July 9, 2015 LAKE PLACID — The Adirondack Council will celebrate its 40th anniversary on Saturday, July 18, by honoring all 11 chairs of its board of directors, naming each as Conservationist of the Year at... more »»

Wooden canoe show returns to Paul Smiths

July 9, 2015 PAUL SMITHS — Hundreds of vintage canoes will be on display next week at Paul Smith’s College when the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association returns for its 36th annual assembly. more »»

 
 

 

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