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PLATTSBURGH | New York State Senate candidate Kimberly Davis has filed her first financial disclosure since announcing her candidacy on May 28, 2019. Her total contributions since that date were $25,594.20. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | In 2017, Adirondack Outdoor Enthusiast opened in Essex on Lake Champlain. However, proving to be a “foot-traffic-off-the ferry-from-Vermont” sort of venue for operations, where tourists mostly came to dine, the new outdoor sporting... Read more

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SARANAC LAKE | Work to finish cleanup at the Lake Flower Boat Launch includes a few new perks for boaters and ice palace builders. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | Guided tours of gardens, a presentation by Charlie Nardozzi and bee tea are some of the attractions featured Saturday, July 20, rain or shine around Warrensburg. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | The season has begun for the Adirondack History Museum on Court Street, at the epicenter of Elizabethtown. The museum has been open for a month, featuring a brand new theme for its 2019 season: “Adirondacks: Wild Times.” Read more

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TICONDEROGA | Not everyone shares equally in a good economy. Some jobs don’t pay, some people are unable to work and others encounter a run of bad luck. For them, food pantries exist to provide three days worth of food as a bridge when food stamps... Read more

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TICONDEROGA | Ticonderoga’s efforts to write solar regulations into its zoning law got off to a choppy start last Thursday, when citizens at a public hearing said they had not received adequate background information about the proposal. Read more

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NORTHERN WARREN COUNTY | Within a few months, the images of past and present local U.S. military personnel will be prominently displayed alongside main roadways in the towns of Chester and Horicon, as a result of a program initiated by a local... Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Plattsburgh’s Parking Advisory Committee (PPAC) has decided to meet with the three firms narrowed down to determine which one Plattsburgh will hire to install kiosks, or smart meters, downtown. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | This year, an array of signs and banners have been hung without authorization on a fence at the southern entrance to Lake George Village, and town leaders are dismayed over the haphazard appearance — and they pledged at... Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Clinton County Public Transit (CCPT) fares are expected to rise by about 50 percent in the year 2020. The committee expects a 10 percent loss in ridership, but a $35,000 increase in overall revenue. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | A chef with considerable culinary experience has taken over the reins of Lake George Holiday Inn Resort’s kitchen operations, and the result is a new menu with enticing selections. Read more

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CHESTERTOWN | The local library summer book sale — which routinely attracts hundreds of people not only from the region but from all over northeastern U.S. and Canada — is to be held this weekend. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | At a recent Essex County Board of Supervisors Ways and Means Committee meeting, Essex County Clerk Joe Provoncha addressed his colleagues with his concerns over new legislation signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Read more

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WILLSBORO | School breakfast and lunch at Willsboro Central School will be free for all students next year, regardless of family income level. Read more

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