As the seasons and days change from cold to warm, New Englanders are eager to get outside and enjoy the mountains, beaches, lakes and camping that makes up our well-rounded landscape. more

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Grandma Grotecelli always said, “Sticks and stones will break your bones, but names can never hurt you.” more

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Six months after a pair of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration raised Canadian newsprint imports prices by roughly 30 percent, the ill-advised policies have begun to extract some scalps. more


It seems outrageous to think about the fraudulent funds that flowed into the local cab companies implicated in the Medicaid scheme that is alleged to have accrued at least $9.7 million for medical taxi transport. more

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Last week I attended the annual spring concert at the Ticonderoga High School. I have always enjoyed the concerts and this one was no exception. more

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


This June 26, New York’s 21st Congressional District primary will determine the Democratic Party’s challenger to the incumbent, Elise Stefanik. more

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Last week saw yet another disturbed young man take out his frustration and anger on his classmates after stealing his father’s guns to kill eight classmates and two teachers in Texas. more

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North Country Community College (NCCC) has proposed a new School of Applied Technology. more



Lionel Petion

Race has always been a third rail in American politics. So let’s talk about it. more

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“Trust but verify” was a term that was coined back in 1986 in a speech given by President Ronald Reagan as he was preparing for talks with Mikhail Gorbachev. more

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Inspiration often comes from unlikely places. more

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The simple solution [to the Elizabethtown intersection visibility issue] would be to cut 10 feet of dirt off the lower corner of the wall. more

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to ban single-use plastic bags and is calling on the state legislature to approve a bill before the session concludes next month. more

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Bravo to the Vermont sportsmen for standing up to a corrupt government that is violating their Second Amendment. more

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We are so fortunate to live in this democracy, where we are free to voice our opinions without fear of a knock on the door in the middle of the night. more

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