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NEWCOMB | The Town of Newcomb will come in $50,000 under that tax cap in 2019, according to Supervisor Robin DeLoria. Read more

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HAGUE | After a soaking rainstorm in late summer of 2017, a neighbor of the Hague Baptist church noticed stones falling from the belltower. Read more

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WESTPORT | Bill Johnston honored for projects as planning director and nonprofit work Read more

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TICONDEROGA | Among the seven preservation awards given this year by Adirondack Architectural Heritage are two public properties, both of which earned distinction due in large part to community support. Read more

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NEWCOMB | Once on the brink of being allowed to decay back into the forest, the Santanoni great camp has received a $370,000 from the National Park Service that will significantly stabilize the 125-year-old retreat for years to come. Read more

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NEWCOMB | Over 20 years, the once-doomed great camp has been restored Read more

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CHESTERTOWN | The Friends of the Library in Chestertown are presenting the first of six monthly lectures running September through February, kicking off with the “Moose in the Adirondacks” on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Four rooms upstairs at the Deer’s Head Inn are renovated and reopened, appointed in fresh, white bedding, braided rugs and new bathrooms. Read more

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THURMAN | The Wiawaka Center for Women has been awarded a 2017 Adirondack Architectural Heritage Award for its restoration of the 1903 Wakonda Lodge located on the southern shore of Lake George. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH), a nonprofit historic preservation group, will spotlight the work of two Plattsburgh residents at a special award ceremony next week. Read more

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NEWCOMB | The Town of Newcomb is gearing up for  “TR Weekend,” slated for Sept. 15-17. Read more

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KEESEVILLE | A fresh market grocery is preparing to open downtown here, bringing food and local products in daily from surrounding farms. Read more

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KEESEVILLE — One of the region’s most celebrated fire towers turns 100 this weekend. Read more

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CHESTERFIELD — When a mountain fire tower marks a century standing, that’s a celebration. Read more

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KEESEVILLE — Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) has opened nominations for its 2017 Preservation Awards. Read more

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KEESEVILLE — A proposed riverside park in downtown Keeseville has moved closer to reality as another piece of the funding puzzle has snapped into place. Read more

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CHESTERFIELD — The steep, direct route dates to the 1850s, but forest rangers began keeping watch almost 100 years ago as the Fire Tower will celebrate centennial in 2017 Read more

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LAKE PLACID – State funds will aid in economic growth, revitalization efforts across region Read more

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Building dynamic local economies requires a complex formula, say speakers at Adirondack North Country Association Read more

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More than 45 years ago, on July 10, 1971, 8-year-old Douglas Legg disappeared from one of the grandest of the Adirondack’s Great Camps. What happened to the little boy on that fateful day remains a mystery. Read more

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