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JAY | Project engineers spoke with area residents last Wednesday about work underway to remove Rome Dam on the West Branch of the Ausable River. Read more

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TICONDEROGA | William Grinnell’s attempt to take his old job back from current Ticonderoga Town Supervisor Joseph Giordano failed in Tuesday’s primary election. Read more

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PORT HENRY | Port Henry’s infamous truck route through residential streets may be on its last legs. Read more

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TICONDEROGA — With all of the party designating petitions into the Essex County Board of Elections, only one supervisor’s seat is being contested on the 2017 ballot. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — The need to tear down a building at the county fish hatchery in Crown Point had one supervisor asking how the county could cut costs when it comes to inspecting for asbestos. Read more

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JAY — Flood mitigation projects underway here and in Wilmington are meant to protect important public roads and wildlife during major storm events. Read more

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CHESTERFIELD — As the tourism industry cautiously rejoices over the sustained snowpack, municipalities are finding the unpredictable winter is presenting its own set of unique challenges. Read more

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CROWN POINT — Fish hatchery brass are optimistic about the future of the county-owned facility, which is under new management. Read more

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WESTPORT — The clippity-clop of hooves at the Essex County Fairgrounds may soon be a thing of the past — or at least a soundtrack that will only be heard during one week in August. Read more

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NORTH ELBA — Imagine hanging out at your local watering hole. It’s 75 degrees, but the mercury keeps rising: 80, 85, 90. Before long, you’re cooking and just need to find some shade. Read more

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