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TICONDEROGA | Residents of The Portage had a say last Tuesday in how their street will be reconstructed after extensive utility work in 2020. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The Plattsburgh City School District has made their position on the fate of the Webb Island Footbridge clear with a resolution passed this month. Read more

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TICONDEROGA | Ticonderoga has been selected as a trailhead for the planned Empire State Trail, a multi-use route expected to open in 2020. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The Plattsburgh Common Council last week unanimously approved a resolution authorizing Plattsburgh City Police Chief Levi Ritter to sign a rental agreement to open a new police community outreach office on Margaret Street. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Clinton County voters will head to the polls on Nov. 6  to decide a number of local races here... Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Work is now underway to convert the blinking traffic light at the intersection of Route 9 and Water Street in Elizabethtown to a four-way stop. Read more

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SCHROON LAKE | The expansion of the Stewart’s Shop in Schroon Lake is scheduled to be completed in mid-September. Read more

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PERU | Peru’s Main Street project, a plan designed to improve the aesthetics and attraction of the town’s main strip, will move forward. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | After she was hit by a car on campus last year, she couldn’t stop screaming. Read more

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PERU | Brandon Sorrell was born on Christmas Day, 1993. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Middlebury Selectboard member Laura Asermily discussed the public input the town received regarding the recently concluded VIVID Midd Bike & Pedestrian Pop-Up Demonstration Project. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | If you happen to encounter colorful wooden flower boxes curbside while driving around Middlebury, you have the opportunity to react to a new town project called VIVID Midd. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Talk of moving the city’s finance office and cutting councilor pay surfaced last week. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — The Town of Elizabethtown and the Elizabethtown Library Association have agreed to place a crosswalk across River Street. Read more

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PERU — Town officials are encouraging residents along Main Street to take a walk with them and give feedback on their day-to-day experiences. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH — A new Tom Miller Road surgery facility received early approval from the Clinton County Planning Board last week. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH — A quiet side street in the town of Plattsburgh continues to crackle with tension as homeowners await the construction of a controversial supportive housing complex in their backyards. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH — Developers will construct the 4,000+ square foot restaurant despite traffic concerns Read more

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LAKE GEORGE — The north end of Lake George Village will become more pedestrian-friendly in several years if the municipal leaders’ plans are realized. Read more

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RUTLAND — In just a few short weeks, Rutland could be the first city in Vermont to make “dodging a red light” a punishable offense. Read more

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