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SCHROON LAKE | The Schroon Lake Association has won approval from the Adirondack Park Agency for a permanent Northern Boat Decontamination Station in Schroon’s Severance hamlet. more

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CHESTERTOWN | “Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” more

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The Town of Thurman thanks Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Department of Transportation (DOT) Acting Commissioner Paul Karas for opening the State Route 418 bridge in record time and for their exemplary service and continuing attention to our community. more

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HORICON | The issue of treating for black flies in the Horicon area this spring is not a dead issue. 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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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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Master Gardeners to share wisdom at annual springtime event more

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

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Warren County Soil and Water Conservation more

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STONY CREEK — A small-town festival that harkens back to enduring North Country traditions is returning this weekend with its beloved lumberjack competition, talented musical entertainment and a wide array of family activities. more

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LAKE GEORGE — After hosting a public hearing June 21 which drew not a single local citizen, the Lake George village board approved water rate increases — the first in six years — of 3 percent. 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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QUEENSBURY — The streamlining of Warren County committees last week reduces the number of committees to a manageable 14, down from 25, while creating a twice-monthly schedule to accommodate meetings at that level. more

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JOHNSBURG — A savings of an estimated $300,000 is coming to Johnsburg after a conversation at a recent series of town hall meetings conducted by Assemblyman Dan Stec. 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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The rural festival renowned for embracing Adirondack culture and traditions is returning for 2015 this weekend with an expanded lumberjack competition, as well as a family-friendly comedian plus new activities for children. more

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