TICONDEROGA | As brands go, the Adirondack Park has through the years been a tad nondescript. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Leaves have already started changing in the Adirondacks, paving the way for the rest of the state. more

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon squared off in their first and only debate last week ahead of the Democratic primary contest on Sept. 13. more



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SARANAC LAKE | Despite the success of state-sponsored campaigns designed to boost visitation, the state appears to be holding the line on boosting the number of forest rangers. more

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LAKE CLEAR | Environmental groups are continuing to sound the alarm on what rollbacks of the Clean Power Plan may mean for the Adirondack Park. more

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This is in response to the letter from Art Summers in the July 14 paper. more

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WASHINGTON, D.C. | Scott Pruitt, the scandal-plagued administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, is out. more

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LAKE PLACID | In the mountains of the Adirondacks, Fourth of July festivities are deeply rooted in a pair of stories where a rag-tag group of inexperienced men faced off against the strongest power in the world and came out victorious. more

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CHESTERTOWN | When Theresa Andrew was a young girl, she spent most summers at her family’s camp in Newcomb. more

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TICONDEROGA | State agencies are holding the salt. more

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POTTERSVILLE | The Adirondacks will be alive with the sound of gospel music as the Word of Life Bible Institute (WOL) hosts “Worship in the Adirondacks,” a two-day festival of Christian music featuring some of the genre’s top artists. more

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Thirteen people have been arrested in connection with a far-reaching probe into Medicaid fraud in the Adirondacks. more


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NORTH CREEK | A group of local residents are interested in forming a North Creek chapter of Riverkeeper, an international group that works to protect local waterways and drinking water. more

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SARANAC LAKE | Historic Saranac Lake is in the process of purchasing the home and offices of Dr. E.L. Trudeau, a remarkable property beside the historic Saranac Lake Laboratory. more

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SARANAC LAKE | Saying that the timing was right and he wants to be able to chase his children around “as fast as I have to,” Olympic skier Andrew Weibrecht has called it a career. more

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NORTH CREEK | The last of the oil tankers stored on railway sidings in the central Adirondacks have been removed. more

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QUEENSBURY | Candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for New York’s 21st Congressional District drilled into environmental issues at a forum in Queensbury on Monday. more

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SARANAC LAKE | For the fifth year, the memory of Paul McKay brought the local community together to reflect and show their appreciation to those veterans still searching for help. more

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Spring is finally making its way into our lovely Adirondack mountains! I am anxious to get out and enjoy some much-needed sunshine and warm weather. more

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LAKE GEORGE | Human skeletal remains were found along with clothing and a gym bag Friday morning in the woods near the Lake George Town Hall more

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