IP pipeline project advances
Approval was given to the first phase of a natural-gas project that could benefit International Paper's Ticonderoga mill.
People urged to take part in bird count
Annual worldwide count set for Feb. 14 through 17.
Stream-gauge funding may reach local waterways
Congress is expected to include $33.7 million for the program that monitors water levels on rivers and lakes across the country, including Lake Champlain and rivers in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties.
DEC to dismantle Marcy Dam
Popular High Peaks camping area will revert to river and forest.
Ti sorting out water woes
Ticonderoga's new town supervisor is already at work on the community's public water supply problems.
DEC aims to require boat cleaning
Proposal would require removal of plant and animal life at DEC boat launches to curb spread of invasive species.
Poll results: Unemployment, jobs, resort development key
An ADK Works survey finds approval is high for Tupper development.
Boat-storage plastic baled
Soil and Water Conservation Districts from three counties helped with a pilot project to recycle it.
Problem down the drain
Chazy wastewater users heeded pleas to stop flushing cleansing cloths, wastewater super says, saving themselves the high cost of fixing pumps.
Cuomo to OK Adirondack recreation plan
Calling the APA plan a balanced approach for recreation and protecting the former Finch, Pruyn timberlands, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he'll sign recommendations.
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