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Pete DeMola

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Pete DeMola is a reporter for Denton Publications

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Rep.-elect Stefanik briefs Willsboro, Essex residents on upcoming term

Representative-elect Elise Stefanik (R-NY) met with future constituents in Willsboro on Thursday, Dec. 18.

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Ruling by state’s highest court clears way for Tupper project

The Adirondack Club and Resort (ACR) project has been cleared to move forward after the state’s highest court dismissed a motion filed by green groups.

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Essex County Clerk's Office readies online access of archives

Beginning next month, the Essex County Clerk's Office will offer online access to their archives.

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What the North Country's $63.4m in state funds means for Essex, Franklin counties

Numerous infrastructure, economic development projects are set to be bankrolled after a large influx of state cash was announced last week.

North Country leaders look forward to upcoming legislative session

Albany agendas for North County officials include mandate relief, increased infrastructure funding and rollbacks of some of the state's most controversial policies

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Westport group seeks memorial for vets

By the time this lakefront town turns 200 next summer, a group of local residents hopes that veterans will be given marquee billing.

Essex County passes best value procurement law

Essex County has passed a best value procurement law, a revision to state finance law that allows the county to look at additional factors when selecting how to award contracts.

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13 nabbed in Essex County drug sweep

A multi-agency drug sweep netted 13 suspects on felony drug charges across the county this morning. Investigations are ongoing and additional arrests are anticipated, say state police.

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Essex County passes 2015 budget

Taxpayers to see 7.5 percent hike

Taxpayers will see a 7.5 percent tax levy increase in 2015 following an eleventh-hour session designed explore possible savings.

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Keeseville residents angered over tree cutbacks

The neighborhood has a new close-cropped look, but not all residents are pleased.

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