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ELIZABETHTOWN | Rep. Elise Stefanik has left Essex County. more

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VERGENNES - Habitat for Humanity of Addison County recently completed the purchase of a four-lot subdivision in Vergennes, which will eventually be the site of Habitat’s first home-building project in the northern part of the county. more

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TICONDEROGA | As the Ticonderoga water project enters its final months, engineers are trying to get in touch with 20 or 30 homeowners who have yet to give contractors permission to install pressure-reduction valves on their in-house water lines. more

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My husband and I moved from our home in Saranac to the Plattsburgh area 11 years ago, after 43 years in the home we had built for our family of three daughters. more

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SARANAC LAKE | Historic Saranac Lake’s (HSL) plan to purchase and restore the home and office of Dr. Edward Livingston Trudeau is moving forward. more

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PLATTSBURGH | The North Country political world is chattering following a cardinal sin committed by a Democratic candidate seeking to unseat Rep. Elise Stefanik in November. more

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PLATTSBURGH | For the third consecutive quarter, Don Boyajian is leading the fundraising race among the seven candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for New York’s 21st Congressional District. more

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JOHNSBURG | Note to homeowners: If you tear down your house, you’re still on the hook for water bills unless you inform local officials that the structure no longer exists. more

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ALBANY | Local National Grid customers will see an 11 percent increase in their electricity and gas rates over the next three years. more

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SARANAC | A Saranac-based business is celebrating a big milestone this year. more

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MIDDLEBURY | Americans are moving westward, flocking to the Mountain and Pacific West, while the Northeast and Midwest continue to lose residents, according to Melissa Sullivan, a spokesperson for Indiana-based United Van Lines. more

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Low energy prices have helped lead the United States to its 101st consecutive month of economic recovery, the third longest in history, Vermont State Economist Tom Kavet on Nov. 30 told a one-day gathering of the Vermont Legislature. more

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TICONDEROGA | Residents of Ticonderoga should make sure their house numbers are prominently displayed in case emergency services are needed, town officials say. more

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TICONDEROGA | PRIDE of Ticonderoga’s first new executive director in a decade is seeing the community preservation group through new eyes. more

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INDIAN LAKE | The Indian Lake Main Street Revitalization Committee sponsored a roundtable discussion last month to highlight energy efficiency programs available to local residents. more

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STONY CREEK | How U.S. citizens are resisting governmental restrictions in order to retain their homes, businesses and land rights is the theme of the 21st annual conference of the Property Rights Foundation of America. more

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BRISTOL | Bristol Village Cohousing, a 14-unit eco-village neighborhood near the town center is now complete more

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LEWIS | Town officials are asking residents of Lewis to consider applying for housing rehabilitation grant funding. more

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LAKE PLACID — National Grid wants to increase residential gas and electricity delivery rates by double-digits. more

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EAST MIDDLEBURY — Resident of East Middlebury residents living west of 211 East Main St. had the water shut off for about 2 hours July 17. more

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  • Adirondack Gateway Council CEO Ed Bartholomew talks to members of the Warrensburg economic development committee this summer about approaches to building commerce and building a local sustainable economy.

  • Members of the Downtown Association in Plattsburgh meeting at Champlain Wine Company on City Hall Place.

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    Lake George Wastewater Treatment Plant supervisor Tim Shudt explains the steps of processing sewage during a 2012 tour of the facility. Monday, the village board enacted a moratorium on sewer hookups for commercial and multi-family developments while local officials pursue plans for a major renovation or replacement of the treatment plant.

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