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Former J&L Steel site
Former J&L Steel site

Study to Help Determine Toxic Wastes on Adirondack Brownfield site

Environmental testing could begin this summer at the abandoned Jones and Laughlin Steel site in Star Lake. St. Lawrence County officials have applied for a state Brownfields grant to study contamination on the Route 3 property in the Adirondacks. Jody Tosti has more.  Go to full article

Preview: Jesus the Driver to Premiere at Lake Placid Film Festival

Coming up this weekend at the Lake Placid Film Festival is the world premiere of Jesus the Driver, co-written and co-produced by Adirondack Life publisher Tom Hughes. It's one of 12 films that will be premiered at the film event. Hughes spoke with Todd Moe about his film which is already receiving accolades.  Go to full article

Schumer Visits Adirondack Gov't Leaders

Senator Chuck Schumer was in Lake Placid on Friday to outline a number of North Country issues at a government affairs breakfast. New York's senior senator discussed the economy, tourism, acid rain and rising fuel prices with leaders from across the region. Later, Schumer met with officials in Tupper Lake. Chris Knight reports.  Go to full article

ATVs, 4-wheelers "Banned" In Adirondack Park

State officials say they'll close more than fifty roads in the western Adirondacks to all-terrain vehicles. The move affects popular 4-wheeler routes in St. Lawrence,...  Go to full article

Helping Repair Substandard Housing

Many people in the North Country own their own homes, but they need help maintaining them to keep them safe, dry, and warm, especially in winter. The Ministry of the North...  Go to full article
Lynee Erlenbach and her sisters show off latch-hook rugs they made.

Homelessness: Surviving the School Shuffle

In the North Country, homelessness often means something different than sleeping on a park bench or under a bridge. A family who can't afford a home may move in with...  Go to full article
Laura Davenport and Cassie

Homelessness: Breaking the Cycle of Transiency

In part one of our series 'Close to Homeless', David Sommerstein reports on a family in Dickinson Center in Franklin County who have experienced the most persistent kind of...  Go to full article
The Hyde House in Glens Falls has been an important art and cultural destination for decades

Historic Hyde House Reopens in Glens Falls

After 18 months of expansion, renovation and restoration, the Hyde House in Glens Falls reopens to the public Saturday. Built in 1912, by Charlotte and Louis Hyde, the home...  Go to full article

Farm Advocates In Adirondacks Say the Future is Local

On Wednesday, a group of farmers and local leaders from the Adirondacks traveled to Quebec. They made the trip to learn about strategies for developing and marketing local...  Go to full article
Scene from Micheaux's "Within Our Gates"

Choosing Films for LP Festival, an Art in Itself

The Lake Placid Film Festival has unveiled a schedule of more than sixty features and documentaries, including twelve world premieres. The cornerstone event will be the...  Go to full article

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