- True North school districts meet, discuss shared services | 2 hours, 32 minutes ago
- Moriah school budget approved | 2 hours, 56 minutes ago
- Spirit of Place show set in Westport | 5 hours, 16 minutes ago
- Two ways to manipulate | 5 hours, 16 minutes ago
- Classic car show returns to Adirondack History Center | 5 hours, 16 minutes ago
- The specters of Plattsburgh | 5 hours, 16 minutes ago
- Langelier-Lebeda’s ‘Shorelines,’ at Artists Guild | 5 hours, 16 minutes ago
True North school districts meet, discuss shared services 2 hours, 32 minutes ago
Moriah school budget approved 2 hours, 56 minutes ago
The specters of Plattsburgh 5 hours, 16 minutes ago
Schroon Lake school budget approved 20 hours, 31 minutes ago
Ticonderoga voters OK budget, cuts 1 day ago
North Country WWII veterans honored all the way to D.C. 1 day, 2 hours ago
- Essex County Board of Supervisors Meeting, Monday, Nov. 7
- Essex County Board of Supervisors
- Ready for another week of 'Survivor'
- More on backcountry damage
- Moriah linkster records hole-in-one
- Boston runners invited to Schroon Lake
- Gore baseball results
- News Enterprise Sports Roundup
- Olympic Regional Hall of Fame seeks 2013 nominations
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Spirit of Place show set in Westport
- Classic car show returns to Adirondack History Center
- Langelier-Lebeda’s ‘Shorelines,’ at Artists Guild
- North Country WWII veterans honored all the way to D.C.
- 'Dial-up’ Internet an endangered species in Thurman
Letters to the Editor
- New camera system may be coming to county lockup
- Sheriff honored for work with military employees, veterans
- Golf carts taken from Cobble Hill Golf Course
- Denno trial: Medical examiner says death caused by severe trauma
- Keeseville Murder suspect conflicting stories revealed in court testimony
- 'Dial-up’ Internet an endangered species in Thurman
- Essex County busts on casino
- Great Adirondack Trail Run set for June 15
- DiNapoli to Warren Co. leaders: state’s economy is rebounding, but financial stresses persist
- Adirondack History Center Museum sets 2013 schedule
Superintendents and board members of the five True North school districts recently met to discuss sharing services to keep costs and taxes down while maintaining scholastic standards for local children.
State aid boost helps district
There was little drama in preparation of the 2013-14 Moriah Central School District budget. After several years of struggling to meet the state-mandated tax cap, Moriah caught a break when the state increased aid to the district. The result is a $15 million budget that was approved by voters, 238-50, during balloting May 21.
The Adirondack History Center Museum/Essex County Historical Society presents the second annual Adirondack History Antique and Classic Car Show, on Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Greater Adirondack Ghost and Tour Company brings Plattsburgh's eerie past to life.
Armstrong edges Murdock for board seat
Schroon Lake Central School’s 2013-14 budget has been approved by voters. Residents OKed the spending plan, 200-144, in balloting May 21.
Jobs, programs eliminated, reduced
Ticonderoga Central School District voters have approved a 2013-14 budget that cuts employees and academic programs. The budget was approved, 550-382, in balloting May 21.
The Hudson River Rafting Company, based in North Creek, can resume guiding trips under certain restrictions according to a ruling handed down by the State Supreme Court in Johnstown.
As the sun rose over Vermont’s Green Mountains on Saturday, May 18, 18 World War II veterans left Plattsburgh to visit the National World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. The trip marked the inaugural flight of North Country Honor Flight, a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring World War II veterans by taking them to the memorial.
Members of the Finance Committee voted 5-2 to move a resolution to the Ways and Means Committee that would allow the towns of Westport, Elizabethtown and Willsboro to hire a county-appointed assessor. The three towns currently are part of a Coordinated Assistance Program.
Voters OK spending plans
Voters have approved area school district budgets for 2013-14. Spending plans for Crown Point, Moriah, Putnam, Schroon Lake and Ticonderoga all got the OK from residents during voting May 21.
Have you ever held four human skulls? That’s just what Sophia Rible, an eighth-grade student at Beekmantown Middle School, did and during her school-day, nonetheless. Sophia, along with her 14 classmates in Dawn Finley’s Home and Career Skills Class at Beekmantown Middle School, participated in the second annual Job Shadow day sponsored by The Clinton County Workforce Council and the North Country Workforce Investment Board on March 27.
Other local budgets pass
Members of the five True North school districts had mixed results during the May 21 budget vote.
'White space’ access tests conducted
Residents of Thurman are used to either extremely slow 'dial up' Internet access or having their satellite Web connection interrupted by sunspot activity or storms. However, in a project that's gained national attention, a new broadband Internet broadcast technology is coming to Thurman that will connect the town's rural households to the modern digital world.
Under an agreement reached May 21 between the State of New York and the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, the county, along with seven others, will not be eligible to house one of three new gaming casinos proposed earlier this year by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.