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ALBANY — One of the ironies from the workplace sexual harassment scandal now engulfing Gov. Andrew Cuomo is it could result in New York getting its first female chief executive: Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul.

PLATTSBURGH — As a result of an emergency water main repair, there has been an interruption of water service and a Boil Water Order has been issued for 1 through 4 Joyce Court in the City of Plattsburgh.

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Team members, dressed in patriotic uniforms, of the Detroit Hyenas, limber up prior to a game in the 47th annual Can-Am Rugby Tournament Saturday in Saranac Lake. Players fought through wet and muddy weather as the tournament returned after being canceled in 2020 over COVID-19 concerns. The …

PLATTSBURGH — The animals of the Clinton County fair are a draw every year. But to Ken Besaw, of the non-for-profit Thera-Pets, his therapy animals are for more than just petting.

BEEKMANTOWN — After police reported that a local woman was abducted near her home and was later raped by a Massachusetts man last month, the community was shaken.

A plethora of activities under the auspices of John Brown Lives (JBL) were held recently to celebrat the 125th anniversary of the John Brown Farm in North Elba. The program started with Sandra Weber portraying and giving an emotional tribute to Kate Field who was instrumental in purchasing a…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate convened for a rare weekend session on Saturday, with Majority Leader Chuck Schumer encouraging the authors of a bipartisan infrastructure plan to finish writing their nearly $1 trillion bill so that senators can begin offering amendments.

MALONE — Police arrested a Dickinson Center man July 28 after they said he wrote a bad check for lawyer services.

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AUSABLE CHASM — The Women's Suffrage movement emerged from the Abolitionist movement, which sought to abolish the enslavement of people of African descent in the United States.

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The tour, delayed due to last year's pandemic lockdown, commemorates and celebrates the passing of the 19th Amendment in 1920 and recognizes and demonstrates the many ways women fought for the right to vote prior to 1920

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The Keene Farmers Market is once again open for the summer with an array of locally grown produce, food and artisan offerings. Open from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays, market-goers are reminded of safety protocols and are asked to follow parking and traffic flow directions. Here, apiarist D…

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Caitlin Bopp, a children's health home care manager, takes the place of former councilor Patrick McFarlin

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Continuing the precaution will help protect children who are not currently eligible to be vaccinated from COVID, Dr. Michael Celotti says.

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