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Food pantry rises to meet need

April 18, 2015 GABRIELS — In the 20-plus years Barb Marshall has volunteered at the St. Paul’s-Assumption Food Pantry, she has seen it grow from serving about 50 clients a month to about 450. more »»

42% of students in local BOCES region opted out of state tests

April 18, 2015 A total of 1,519 students, or 42 percent of all test-able students, did not take the state English language arts tests this week in the Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES, a region that stretches from... more »»

Off to Albany, on foot

April 18, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — There was no stopping Maria DeAngelo once she left Saranac Lake Middle School Friday morning and began her 152-mile trek to the state Capitol. more »»

Artists’ alley is a maybe for grants, but not beach

April 18, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Tim Fortune wants to turn a dingy downtown alley into a colorful and attractive space where local artists can showcase and sell their work. more »»

APA’s turn on lakeside hotel

April 18, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The review of a proposed shoreline hotel on Lake Flower is starting to ramp up agai. more »»

Franklin County board considers broadband co-op

April 18, 2015 MALONE — If you live in Franklin County and can’t get Internet service (or are unhappy with your current service), you may soon be able to own a piece of the action every time you log on. more »»

Tupper village, town boards get together on fire dept. funding

April 18, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — The lines of communication are officially open. more »»

Saranac Lake amends water-sewer hookup law

April 18, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The village Board of Trustees has amended a law that required everyone who lived outside the village and wanted its water and sewer services to annex into the village. more »»

Trudeau scientist wins $536k grant to study vaccines

April 18, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — A Trudeau Institute scientist has been awarded a hefty federal grant to help further her laboratory’s research into ways to improve vaccines that fight off infections. more »»

Clock ticking on 1 of 2 remaining HoJo’s

April 18, 2015 BANGOR, Maine (AP) — There are only two Howard Johnson’s restaurants left, and that number could soon be halved. The clock is ticking for the HoJo’s restaurant in Bangor, Main. more »»

Governor: Synthetic marijuana causing spike in hospital visits

April 18, 2015 ALBANY (AP) — Authorities say New York is seeing a spike in hospital visits related to synthetic marijuana, and officials are warning that the substances are dangerous and illegal. Gov. more »»

Walking the talk

April 17, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — This morning, a middle school teacher from this village departs on foot and begins a nearly 152-mile journey to the state Capitol, where she hopes to deliver a message there: “Walk in... more »»

Off to Albany, on foot

April 17, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — There was no stopping Maria DeAngelo once she left Saranac Lake Middle School Friday morning and began her 152-mile trek to the state Capitol. more »»

Thousands skip tests

April 17, 2015 NEW YORK — Some New York school districts are reporting that 60 to 70 percent of students did not take this week’s mandated English tests, raising questions about how the growing “opt-out” movement... more »»

Clock is ticking for school board candidates

April 17, 2015 There are only three days left to run for a local public school board. more »»

Senate leader vows to cooperate with prosecutors

April 17, 2015 ALBANY — New York state Senate Leader Dean Skelos said Thursday he will cooperate with authorities following a published report that prosecutors and the FBI are investigating him and his son. more »»

Harsh Northeast winter was no hindrance to hungry ticks

April 17, 2015 ALBANY — Think you’re safe from ticks because the harsh winter froze them or because you haven’t been trekking through the woods? Think again. more »»

Professors study health effects of wood heat

April 17, 2015 PLATTSBURGH — It’s a natural fit: Dr. Eric Leibensperger of SUNY Plattsburgh, Dr. Huiting Mao of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and Dr. more »»

NYPA: Not so fast for clean energy pilot program

April 17, 2015 A New York Power Authority spokesman has clarified that funding for a new state clean energy pilot program will not be offered soo. more »»



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