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Pete DeMola

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Pete DeMola is a reporter for Denton Publications

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Pat Ward Memorial Tourney set for Saturday

This year’s installment of the Pat Ward Memorial Basketball Tournament features five men’s and one women’s match at the ELCS gymnasium.

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State: Help is on the way for broadband woes

If approved by the state legislature, Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to provide universal broadband access by 2019 will begin to see liftoff sometime this spring.

Morgan granted bond

The embattled Essex town clerk has been granted conditional bond following his arrest last month on a series of federal pornography charges.

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Community rallies for family of beloved resident

Ward Lumber employee Mark Peduzzi passed away unexpectedly last month. A campaign to raise funds for his children’s education has raised nearly $7,500, with Ward contributing an additional $2,500.

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Former federal prosecutor recalls fall from grace, redemption in new memoir

Andrew McKenna's memoir “Sheer Madness” is a taut tale of addiction laced with equal parts self-deprecation and acerbic wit.

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Westport gears up for bicentennial celebrations

Organizers for the town’s bicentennial have less than 100 days to whip the town into shape for their big day.

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Meet the Westport couple who have been married for 70 years

Westport couple Elizabeth and Ray “Skip” Decker recently celebrated their platinum wedding anniversary.

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“Poppins” to float to AuSable Valley this weekend

AuSable Valley Central students will bring whimsy to the community this weekend with a production of the classic tale about a magical nanny.

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No play? No problem! ELCS students spearhead senior production

When a pair of Elizabethtown-Lewis Central students learned that no plans were in the works for the district's annual play, they decided to produce their own.

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Essex County drawn into battle between growing rifts in hospitality biz

Traditional hoteliers are pressuring Essex County to close what they view as a bed tax loophole on vacation rental properties.

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