SARANAC LAKE — A new study finds the populations of some bird species are declining in lowland wetlands in the Adirondacks.Data collected from 2007 to 2011 on the boreal chickadee, olive-sided flycatcher and rusty blackbird “showed high extinction probabilities in Adirondack wetlands,” according to a Wildlife Conservation Society researcher’s findings, recently published in the journal Northeastern Naturalist.
NEWPORT — A state legislator said he would like to see a regional water summit formed to discuss ongoing issues in regard to local water resources.
LITTLE FALLS — Linda Stivala, owner of Gansevoort House Books, said her store will be one of thousands across the United States participating in World Book Night next week.
HERKIMER — The Herkimer College Board of Trustees, at their March 26 meeting, took action to recognize employees through approval of promotion in rank, effective Sept. 1.
FRANKFORT — Frankfort-Schuyler High School has announced the top ten graduating seniors for the class of 2014.
The Boston Marathon has become a huge, messy and dangerous disruption of the Greater Boston area. At this point, it makes more sense to hold the race in central Kansas, where a 26 mile course can be laid out, and then a giant barbed wire fence...
This past April 10, 2014, we all had the opportunity to stop and think with great awe about Ed Smith, one of the most accomplished legends in world history. What a man! What an accomplished legend! What a hero who cared for people! On the...
BUFFALO (AP) — For five years, lawyers for families of those killed when a plane crashed into a house and the airlines they blame have prepared for trial, filing thousands of court documents, interviewing witnesses, reporting to a judge.
FORT EDWARD — An upstate New York courthouse is being named for a recently retired judge, but another jurist is saying, “Objection!”
NEW YORK (AP) — Even for a 1964 New York World’s Fair that celebrated “The World of Tomorrow,” Andy Warhol may have been ahead of his time.
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