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Former Mooers town clerk still simmers
Shirley Gadway says she quit the post over violations of town laws, the Open Meetings Law and what she believes is an under-estimated cost for a new library building.
Essex County manager may stay after all
Daniel Palmer says he's leaving the decision to the Board of Supervisors.
Police Log: Dec. 15, 2012 — Case update
Additional charges have been logged for one man arrested for allegedly breaking into a pharmacy in AuSable Forks and stealing prescription drugs.
- New St. Armand town supervisor chosen Councilman Charles Whitson Jr. will take the helm as of Dec. 27.
Plattsburgh mayor blasts fire union over arbitrator's decision
Donald Kasprzak said the department is no longer affordable and called for major reconstruction by eliminating 24-hour shifts, minimum staffing and calling for more health-insurance payments.
Emancipation Weekend to feature abolitionist Kenneth J. Morris
Many events, including speakers, an art exhibit and screening of "Glory" take place on Friday and Saturday in Saranac Lake and Lake Placid.
- Former US Rep. Martin of NY dies in W. Va. at 68 David O'Brien Martin, congressman for a dozen years, is credited with helping to have the 10th Mountain Division located at Fort Drum.
Ballots impounded in judicial race
Board of Election commissioners in 11 counties, including Clinton, Essex and Franklin, must stop all post-election work now that a challenge has been made in the race for State Supreme Court.
Tie for one seat in State Supreme Court race
The race for a seat on State Supreme Court is now tied for Tupper Lake resident John Ellis.
Owens wins despite losing eight of 12 counties
Doheny held a huge advantage in voter registration in the 21st District race but could not crack the incumbent in a second attempt to win the seat.
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