A New York Appeals Court has ruled in favor of two upstate towns, Dryden and Middlefield, saying a lower court was right in upholding bans the towns placed on fracking – or the fracturing of underground shale rock to extract natural gas. Dryden passed a zoning ordinance in 2011 prohibiting oil and gas drilling, including…
Warrior Run registration began Wednesday in Tupper Lake as part of Tupperpalooza in August. We’re speaking today with Event’s Coordinator Michelle Clement.
Adirondack Health says no decision has been made regarding the closure of the ER in Lake Placid.. EMS and Lake Placid Ambulance Service Volunteers speak out saying there are serious concerns and members of the community stand up to on Wednesday be heard at the first of two outreach meetings sponsored by Adirondack Health.
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A coalition of lawmakers from the Assembly are proposing to cut Hollywood tax credits by $90 million and use the savings to restore cuts from not-for-profits supported by the Office of People With Developmental Disabilities.. Assemblyman Dan Stec is part of the coalition..
The first formal presentation by AMC on the question of ER vs Urgent Care planning is set for 6pm tonight at the LPCA. We have a preview.
The inaugural Adirondack Day showcased dozens of exhibitors and vendors to raise awareness among lawmakers and legislative staff about what life is like within the Blue Line
Registration for the 2nd Annual Tupperpalooza Warrior Run opens Wednesday, May 1st at 12 p.m. Join us Thursday on the K&J show as we speak with Tupper Events Coordinator Michelle Clement about Tupperpalooza and another, and another…
North Country Community College instructor, Steve Mergenthaler, assists Kristen Amell in rappelling near Chapel Pond.
Tupper Lake’s Mayor Paul Maroun speaks with us about “Adirondack Days” in Albany, Tupper Lake’s Budget and the May 7th Emergency Services Building Referendum.