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LAKE GEORGE | An ordinance that allows village residents to host public parking on their properties during three local special events will likely be ready for consideration by the village board at their July 16 meeting. more

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TICONDEROGA | State agencies are holding the salt. more

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LAKE GEORGE | Efforts to preserve, promote and protect Lake George are the focus of 10 of the state’s Regional Economic Development Awards announced Dec. 13 by Gov. Cuomo. more

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The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and staff were the guests recently of the Lake George Association aboard the boat “Floating Classroom.” 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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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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TICONDEROGA – Robotics and pump turbines were part of a STEM Workshop at Ticonderoga Central School recently. more

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LAKE GEORGE — Stunned with the arrest of a leading coordinator of environmental grants in the region, area municipal officials reassigned his duties this week as they strategized how to move forward with pending environmental protection projects. more

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LAKE GEORGE – Capital Region Economic Development Council CEO Mike Yevoli inspects a vial of Asian Clams during a recent boat tour on Lake George to several sites where invasive species are being removed or studied. more

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LAKE GEORGE — The Helen V. Froehlich Foundation has granted the Lake George Association $327,000 for 2016. more

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BOLTON LANDING — It may be known as the best party on the lake, but the Lake George Association’s annual gala has another important function: to raise money to protect Lake George’s famous water quality. more

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TICONDEROGA — Chloe Baker, a sixth-grader from Ticonderoga Middle School, has been chosen as the winner of the eighth annual Lake George Bookmark Design Contest. more

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WARRENSBURG —The Spring Zing — an open house at the Warren County Fish Hatchery — attracted nearly 400 registered guests last week and featured a variety of educational activities for young and old. more

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LAKE GEORGE – Kristen Rohne, the Lake George Association’s Director of Education, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the New York State Federation of Lake Associations at the Federation’s recent annual conference in Hamilton. more

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LAKE GEORGE – LGA has taken the first step in its three-year promise to invest $30,000 per year in the Mandatory Boat Inspection Program on Lake George. more

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LONG LAKE — A total of $2 million to fight aquatic invasive species was awarded to 24 applicants by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week. more

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TICONDEROGA — Following two successful years as a pilot program, the Lake George Park Commission is expected to make the boat inspection program permanent with a vote April 8. more

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LAKE GEORGE — Town of Lake George Highway crews were able to put newly installed state-of-the-art salt monitoring and controlling equipment to the test this week, as snow and ice finally made it to the region. more

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LAKE GEORGE — As the first blast of cold air led many local highway crews onto the roads for the first salting of the season, state of the art technology has made its way into Town of Lake George highway trucks. more

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