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SARANAC LAKE | Clean-up of former Saranac Lake Gas Company Superfund sites is scheduled to start soon. more

The Sun

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The warm sun beat down on my arm as it hung out the window. more

Community Columnists

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If you are a farmer, you now have another decision to make. Which one of these programs should I attend? more

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PLATTSBURGH | The state has allocated $32 million in grants to Adirondack communities for wastewater infrastructure and drinking water projects since 2015. more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | Scientific evidence is mounting on the impacts of road salt on Adirondack lakes and watersheds. more

The Sun

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SARANAC LAKE — A group of stakeholders raised $1.5 million in 2004 for a project to harvest invasive species on Upper Saranac Lake. more

The Sun

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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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BEEKMANTOWN —  The state Department of Environmental Conservation has approved Beekmantown’s plan to remediate salt issues at the properties located near the town’s municipal salt storage area. more

The Sun

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WESTPORT — County officials have long admitted the Cornell Cooperative Extension building in Westport isn’t exactly in tip-top shape. more

The Sun

WESTPORT — On May 11, the North Adirondack Regional Envirothon (NARE) will be held at Paul Smith’s College. more

The Sun

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Applications due by Feb. 17 more

The Vermont Eagle

ALBANY — The Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) announced that with the enacted state budget providing an additional $100 million this year in grants, it can now broaden eligibility for wastewater projects. more

The Sun

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April 1 was the end of the Winter Manure Spreading Ban imposed by the current Accepted Agricultural Practice Regulations (AAPs). more

The Vermont Eagle

It’s harvest season. For the next month, farmers will fan out through the fields to collect their crops as they hit their prime. more

The Sun

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