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Temporary housing now available for flood victims

September 30, 2011 The Federal Emergency Management Agency is sending temporary housing units to New York for people displaced by recent flooding. Sen. more »»

Irene damaged Whiteface infrastructure

September 30, 2011 WILMINGTON — Flooding triggered by Tropical Storm Irene damaged critical snowmaking infrastructure at Whiteface Mountain Ski Center on Aug. 28. more »»

High Falls Gorge set to reopen this weekend

September 30, 2011 WILMINGTON — High Falls Gorge will mark its reopening, following devastating flooding in the spring and fall with a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday morning. The celebration is set for 11 a.m. more »»

Local official asks governor for river management plan

September 29, 2011 While the work continues in the field, pushing to finish up before the Oct. more »»

New alliance asks for river work to halt

September 29, 2011 Standing near Styles Brook in the town of Keene Tuesday, Mary Lashway looked around at the dirt-covered landscape that was first torn up by Tropical Storm Irene and was now being worked over by heav... more »»

Schumer, Gillibrand announce release of highway funds

September 29, 2011 WASHINGTON — The state of New York will get emergency funds to address damage to highways and bridges caused by Tropical Storm Irene. more »»

FEMA finds extra disaster aid money just in time (update)

September 27, 2011 WASHINGTON — Faced with the imminent possibility of running out of money this week, the Federal Emergency Management Agency scoured every financial nook and cranny to come up with enough money to... more »»

Essex County still waiting for FEMA funds

September 27, 2011 ELIZABETHTOWN — Essex County officials are waiting, but their patience is waning. more »»

Irene delayed Essex County budget talks

September 27, 2011 ELIZABETHTOWN — The chairman of the Essex County Board of Supervisors expects budget talks to get under way within the next two weeks. more »»

Owens questioned about FEMA funding

September 26, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — U.S. Rep. more »»

Irene flood damaged medical records at Keene clinic

September 26, 2011 KEENE — Paper medical records that had been stored in the basement of Adirondack Health’s clinic here were damaged beyond recovery Aug. more »»

Hikers returning to the backcountry

September 24, 2011 The Adirondack backcountry is gradually returning to normal in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene, which washed out trails and caused three wilderness areas to be temporarily closed. more »»

Ward Lumber awards grant funds to two employees affected by Irene

September 24, 2011 JAY — Two grant checks were presented to employees of Ward Lumber in Jay from Lumber Industry for Today on Frida. more »»

Ways to help and get help after Irene

September 23, 2011 KEENE — Some goods and volunteers are still needed three-and-a-half weeks after Tropical Storm Irene hit Aug. 28. With the approach of winter, donations of dry firewood are neede. more »»

Play tonight dedicated to Irene victims

September 22, 2011 UPPER JAY — “The Phoenix Syndrome” will be read at 7:30 p.m. today at the Recovery Loung. more »»

Post-Irene waterway work scrutinized

September 21, 2011 As the cleanup work continues in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene, public works crews are dealing with the task of having to restore Adirondack waterways that have been dramatically altered by... more »»

Verizon restores phone service to some Lake Placid residents after three weeks

September 21, 2011 LAKE PLACID — Telephone service was restored here Sunday to more than 100 Verizon customers whose land lines hadn’t worked since Tropical Storm Irene barreled through the area three weeks ago. more »»

SUNY creates fund to help victims of recent floods

September 21, 2011 ALBANY (AP) - The State University of New York is creating a scholarship fund for the students whose families were hit by historic flooding caused by recent tropical storms. more »»

Poll: Nearly half of New Yorkers say recent storms affected their area

September 19, 2011 LOUDONVILLE — A new poll shows 47 percent of New York residents say their area was affected by Hurricane-Tropical Storm Irene, Tropical Storm Lee and the flooding that followed, according to the... more »»

 
 

 

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