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Just a quick reminder that if you're in the Adirondacks tomorrow, go check out Flavor Fest in Tupper Lake. It's all day Thursday at the Wild Center and, according to the official website, spotlights "the tastes of the North": Pick up your Food...
I have to say it’s been a while since I’ve been to the movies. But in spite of this terrible lapse, I do love movies and I do love the fact that the North Country has so many small theaters. It’s with this in mind that I return to...
So here’s a weird thing. Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo barnstormed into Tupper Lake this week and no one in our region’s news media knew it was happening. He then dropped by the campus of Sunmount Developmental Disabilities —...
News stories tagged with "tupper-lake"
Nov 05, 2003 — For the first time in eighteen years, voters in Altamont and Tupper Lake have elected a new town supervisor. Greg LaFrance ran unopposed for the seat left vacant when veteran supervisor Dean Lefebvre stepped down in September. The change follows a year of financial scandal and deep divisions on Altamont's town board. Brian Mann reports. Go to full article
Sep 08, 2003 — In Tupper Lake, one of the region's veteran politicians says he'll step down next week. Democrat Dean LeFebvre announced that he'll resign as Altamont town supervisor after more than eighteen years on the job. As Brian Mann reports, the move follows a financial scandal that divided the town council. Go to full article
Tupper Lake, NY, Aug 27, 2003 — The Jewish Synagogue in Tupper Lake had been closed up for decades when a summer resident asked to take a look inside. What she found was a national treasure and she did the work to get it recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. Long-time residents whose fathers had built the structure came together with others to restore it for their community. It's the story of one building and four women. Lamar Bliss reports. Go to full article
Mar 31, 2003 — Across the country, schools are facing their worst fiscal crisis in years. In every part of the North Country, school boards and superintendents were looking at deficits in the millions of dollars to keep things running as is. Instead of asking taxpayers for increases in the 20% range, schools are slashing spending. They're laying off teachers and principals, cutting everything from athletics to driver's education, and in some cases, closing whole schools. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article
Jan 31, 2003 — The North Country's medical industry is reacting with anger to Governor Pataki's budget proposals, unveiled on Wednesday. Rural hospitals and nursing homes face a possible cut in Medicaid payments - and millions of dollars in new taxes. As Brian Mann reports, health care officials say the budget could mean lay-offs or cuts in services. Go to full article
Jan 24, 2003 — Plans for a North Country based retail chain to replace the Ames stores are slowly emerging. Investors in the "Wise Buys" project say they're pushing aggressively to open stores in May. But as David Sommerstein reports, they have to overcome the risky retail business climate. Go to full article