Pete DeMola

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Pete DeMola is a reporter for Denton Publications

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Child abuse investigators hailed for tireless efforts

Since 2009, the Clinton County District Attorney’s Child Advocacy Center has transformed how child abuse is investigated and prosecuted.

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Essex County Chair to take state job, announces resignation

Essex County Board of Supervisors Chairman Randy Douglas will resign to accept an appointment from the governor, he announced this morning.

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Gardening event melds mundane with the mysterious

As the North Country struggles to slough off the rough edges of winter, volunteers across the region are giving local green thumbs a heady dose of intellectual fertilizer.

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Civic organization packs powerful punch

Meet the Kiwanis, a group of local citizens dedicated to finding ways to better their communities, from donating burgers to slinging burgers.

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Essex County sets benchmarks for weight loss, disease reduction

Owing to troubling obesity rates, Essex County is focusing on weight loss and chronic disease prevention as two priority public health projects for this year.

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Thompson case moved to Franklin County

The case of John “Jack” Thompson, the Westport teacher who was arrested earlier this month on a felony charge of unlawful surveillance, has been bounced from Essex County.

Parents upset at Willsboro Central opt out procedures

Several parents are upset at Willsboro Central's procedure governing students who were opted out of last week's Common Core ELA exams.

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Willsboro Central under the cap with 2015-16 budget

Willsboro Central's 2015-16 spending plan has sailed in under the cap, with taxes scheduled to rise 22 cents per $1,000 in assessed value.

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Not so Rapid Returns

The strange saga of how a local businessman and civic fixture conned a trusting North Country community, one nickel at a time.

Keene Central comes in under the cap with 2015-16 budget

Keene Central's 2015-16 spending plan has come in under the cap. Highlights include a bump in state aid, reduced energy costs and shared transportation services with CV-TEC.

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