The first snowstorm of 2014 is heading for the northeast. The storm is expected to drop six inches or more of snow in New York and Southern New England on Thursday and Friday.
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Most flooded roads reopened in North Country
Village of Malone state of emergency continues.
Floods dampen North Country
Streets in The Flats area remain closed due to volume of water from the swollen Salmon River; many other roads flooded around region.
Rain brings floods
Rain and snowmelt cause high water conditions in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties.
Flood-damage demolition begins in Keene
Linda Deyo felt a mix of emotions as she watched a backhoe tear down her home of 37 years.
Some North Country flood-insurance rates going up
Increases are part of overhaul of federally subsidized program.
North Country roads remained hazardous Thursday.
Schools, SUNY Plattsburgh were closed Thursday as plows and snow blowers got busy.
New snow just in time for Big Tupper
Ski center wraps up the season this weekend; Titus in Malone welcomes more white, too.
North Country weathers Vulcan
Daytime brought snow, some accidents, many cancellations and promise of more precipitation and wind overnight.
North Country braces for Winter Storm Vulcan
The developing storm may bring 10 to 20 inches of heavy snow, 30 mph wind gusts.
City still discussing sidewalk snow removal
Issue has been a hot topic in Plattsburgh this winter with all the snow and ice the area has seen.
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