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Ice jams on the Salmon River near Malone have resulted in multiple floodings along Lower Park St. over the years. This year, a number of homes may never be suitable for habitation again. Photos: Franklin County EMS
Ice jams on the Salmon River near Malone have resulted in multiple floodings along Lower Park St. over the years. This year, a number of homes may never be suitable for habitation again. Photos: Franklin County EMS

With recurring floods, what's next in Malone

Leaders with town of Malone hope to meet with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the next week, to talk about the flooding along Lower Park Street. The on-again, off-again cold weather this winter has meant a series of emergency declarations in Malone.

When the mercury has dipped below zero, the Salmon River jams with ice. That means the water jumps its banks, flooding homes. Public officials are figuring out why the river jams have gotten so bad, and what to do next.  Go to full article
William Janeway will lead the Adirondack Council. Photo: Adirondack Council

DEC official to lead Adirondack Council

The Adirondack Council announced Tuesday afternoon that top DEC official William Janeway, who currently serves as regional director for the Hudson Valley and the Catskills, will lead the environmental organization.  Go to full article
Adirondack Community College (SUNY Adirondack) in Queensbury, NY. Photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/dmcordell/">Diane Cordell</a>, CC <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/">some rights reserved</a>

Adk SUNY, BOCES partner on career skills for high school

SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury and BOCES serving Washington, Saratoga, Warren, Essex, and Hamilton counties are partnering on a new science and technology program for high school students.  Go to full article

Terri Lyne Carrington brings her Grammy winning Mosaic Project to Potsdam

Drummer Terri Lyne Carrington will bring a stellar band to Potsdam, NY on February 22, 2013 as part of the Community Performance Series. She talked to Joel Hurd about the...  Go to full article
Ed LaVarnway in the main foyer of the Parish mansion.  The grand staircase was actually added decades after David Parish died in 1826.  The last Parish family member sold the home in 1879 and it was in private hands until 1923 when its doors opened to the public as the Remington Art Museum. Photo: Todd Moe

The story of an Ogdensburg pioneer and the War of 1812

The City of Ogdensburg remembers its early history this weekend. The bicentennial of the Battle of Ogdensburg will be commemorated with re-enactments and special events at...  Go to full article