The state Department of Environmental Conservation has issued preliminary regulations that would permit hydraulic fracturing of natural gas wells in the state’s vast Marcellus Shale region.
A controversial bill that would grant Homeland Security broad powers over federal lands within 100 miles of an international border has caused a backlash among a variety of groups in Border States.
The American Red Cross of Northeastern New York is emphasizing fire safety this October during National Fire Prevention Month.
Lawmakers in Albany are pushing to get New York State to take over County Medicaid costs.
Mayor Clyde Rabideau laid out the facts surrounding a deal to run a water main through the campus of the Adirondack Management Association in a special meeting earlier this week.
Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward has announced an $8 million appliance grant program
A Russian figure skater accused of stealing a car in Lake Placid last year and driving it while intoxicated has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Funding for more than $55 million in loans to small businesses across the state will come through a small business jobs act that Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Fought to Pass Last Year.
The Adirondack Museum’s annual Harvest Festival begins on the first of October.
Dewey Mountain Recreation Center will host a ski trail work and cleanup day