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LAKE GEORGE | Aiming to keep the waters of Lake George clean, the state has granted the Town of Lake George $343,000 to upgrade Caldwell Sewer District infrastructure along the east shore of Lake George. more

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HORICON | The Horicon Town Board unanimously voted Nov. 14 to put a cork in the Watering Tub after a test of water quality turned up E.coli. more

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LAKE GEORGE — An ongoing investigation to identify the source of E. coli contamination at Million Dollar Beach yielded results last week, as a major breech in the town’s sewer system was discovered by a task force of municipal workers. more

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LAKE GEORGE — Manholes found buried, uncovered and open as search for contaminants continues more

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BRANT LAKE — The Town of Horicon is continuing to post a “Notice of Non-Potability” on the town’s website, warning residents and visitors the state Department of Health is strongly recommending people not drink water from the “Watering Tub.” more

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LAKE GEORGE — Ever-popular Million Dollar Beach on Lake George, one of the region’s top tourist attractions, will remain closed to swimming at least through Friday June 23 due to high levels of E. coli contamination in the lakewater. more

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PLATTSBURGH — Looks like the city beach won’t be given an extra life preserver, after all. more

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PLATTSBURGH — After weeks of water tests, the city is still at a loss as to what is causing the high level of contaminants at the city beach. more

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Local officials hope beach remains open following touch-and-go status more

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