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Pete DeMola

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Pete DeMola is a reporter for Denton Publications

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Montreal woman accidentally drowns in North Elba

A Montreal woman is dead after drowning in Feldspar Brook on Saturday.

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Barn dances bind communities, say participants

The Lakeside School at Black Kettle Farm will host a spring barn dance, their eighth, next weekend. Participants say it’s a great way to strengthen ties in the farming community.

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Residents share stories of community, mental wellness

Making friends, graduating from academic programs and finding work. These were some of the benchmarks shared by consumers at a recent Mental Health Association in Essex County meeting.

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Stefanik introduces first bill

If passed, Stefanik's Common Sense Waiver Act will allow municipalities to slash some of the red tape surrounding the demolition of unsafe buildings.

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As Douglas signs off, Depo steps up

In Jay, it's business as usual as the town navigates a once-in-a-decade shift in power.

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Local farmers galvanized by new grant program

 A trio of local farms are pumped after receiving news that they’ve landed some $90,000 in state funds to support the growth of new farmers.

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Ferebee, Preston to lead Essex County board of supers

Essex County lawmakers have selected Bill Ferebee to lead the board of supervisors and Randy Preston as his deputy. Both will be sworn in next week.

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Homeschooling movement sprouts shoots in North Country

Following a battlefield year in public education, a core of local parents have begun to mobilize to discuss alternative options for their children.

County to state: We need $400,000 for new kitchen

County officials are confident that they'll land $400,000 in state funds for the construction of a new senior meal kitchen in Westport.

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Walkers march for children’s mental health

Mental health issues, say advocates, are misunderstood conditions that can be treated and managed just like any other issues, like diabetes and asthma.

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