Fish, wildlife likely OK despite high waters
May 14, 2011 Although high waters may have wreaked havoc in the Adirondacks for the past few weeks, many fish and wildlife likely have been able to adjust to the conditions and have likely come away in good shape. more »»
Few have flood insurance
May 11, 2011 Now that the flood waters in Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake have receded, the dozens of property owners whose homes and businesses sustained flood damage are wondering how to pay for repair costs that... more »»
Did flood get into wells?
May 10, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — Village officials raised concerns Monday about how the Saranac River flooding may have impacted two groundwater wells that are located behind the village Wastewater Treatment Plant. more »»
Demars Boulevard reopens to traffic
May 10, 2011 TUPPER LAKE — One of the village’s main thoroughfares reopened Monday morning after more than a week being closed due to flooding. Demars Boulevard was cleaned up and fully reopened by 10 a.. more »»
Biggest flood ever?
May 7, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — When the water level in Lake Flower rose dramatically last week and surrounded the house on Duprey Street that she called home for 32 years, the scene looked all too familiar for Lena... more »»
Some evacuees can’t go home
May 7, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — Village Code Enforcement Officer Tom Worthington says some people have been able to return to homes, apartments and businesses that were evacuated due to the rising flood waters last... more »»
APA to discuss flooding, Crown Point bridge
May 7, 2011 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency’s May meeting Thursday will feature reports on the agency’s flood response, telecommunication projects and the status of the Crown Point Bridge project. more »»
Saranac Lake bridges, streets reopen
May 6, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — The water levels in Lake Flower and the Saranac River remain high and the state of emergency has been extended, but there were some signs this morning that life in this village —... more »»