Freeze eases ice-jam worries
Officials say a return to cold temps held off potential flooding on the North Branch of the Great Chazy River in Perry's Mills, the Village of Champlain and in Altona this week.
Land near Poke-o-moonshine to be protected
Conservation easement allows certain uses but preserves forest.
Volunteers handle water-quality monitoring
2012 marked the 15th year of this successful partnership and program.
- New acid-rain funds set for lake reclamation AG Schneiderman uses money from a lawsuit settlement to found new Adirondack Acid Rain Recovery program.
- Sustainability Plan ready for input The North Country Consortium, which includes Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties, has a draft version that includes such details as how local greenhouse-gas emissions stack up to the rest of the state and the country.
- Asbestos help part of 'Common Sense' law Congressman Bill Owens again proposes legislation that would waive some EPA regulations for removing contaminated buildings, like one in Chateaugay and another in Waverly.
- DeNeales donate conservation easement Hiking trail planned for the 319-acre property located on Route 22 between Willsboro and Essex.
APA hires Jim Townsend as lead counsel
An familiar face, he takes the top legal seat starting on Jan. 29.
PHS hosts climate education assembly
After a presentation by the Alliance for Climate Education, PHS student Keisha McCray said she was surprised to learn how much damage humans are doing to the planet through their use of fossil fuels.
Professor suggests cougar reintroduction to Adirondacks
Dr. John Laundre argues they don't need as much room as earlier thought.
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