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Police: Keeseville man beat woman

KEESEVILLE — A Keeseville man punched a woman in the face, slammed her head on the floor, hit her with a mop handle and threatened to kill her with a steak knife, police say.Paul J. Hewitt, 51, was charged Wednesday with second-degree assault and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, both fe

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2018-06-21 13:52:37

Lutheran Church of the Redeemer moves to summer schedule

PLATTSBURGH — The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 10 Adirondack Lane, Plattsburgh, will change to a summer schedule beginning July 1.

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2018-06-21 16:52:00

From a sinner in the rough to pastor

“My mother had gone to conservatory for piano, and she used to play the silent movies in Readsboro, Vt.,” San Soucie said.

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2018-06-21 18:41:39

Keene Central fourth-graders present research project on Boquet River

1 of 5Photo by Kim DedamHenry Crowl, a Grade 4 student at Keene Central School, shows one of the data charts compiled by his class over months of research on the Boquet River.

SUNCOMMUNITYNEWS.COM - 2018-06-21 16:00:00

Keene Valley Oral History Projects Seeks Volunteers -

The Keene Valley Library Association is seeking volunteers to participate in 35-minute focus groups as part of the planning process for a community history initiative, “Adirondack Community: Capturing, Retaining, and Communicating the Stories of Who We Are.”

ADIRONDACKALMANACK.COM - 2018-06-21 12:00:56

‘Find Waldo Local’ in Lake Placid hunt returns

Anyone who wishes to participate can pick up a“Find Waldo Local in Lake Placid!”passport, which contains the names of all the participating sites, and get their passport stamped or signed for each Waldo they spot.


Adirondack Health Lake Placid construction is on schedule

The exterior of the new Adirondack Health in Lake Placid, pictured Wednesday, features, wood side paneling and a gable roof, giving it that classic Adirondack look. (Enterprise photo — Griffin Kelly)


Group forms, purchases resort

In order for the Great Camp to continue to remain open to the public, as it has for almost a century, the purchasers formed the LLC and bought the place in March.

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2018-06-21 15:00:00

Volunteer firefighter accused of arson

TICONDEROGA — The 18-year-old accused of burning down a barn Monday was a firefighter.Riley J. OHara has been suspended from Ticonderoga Volunteer Fire Department, pending a police investigation into a number of arson charges, Fire Chief Matthew Watts said.OHara was arrested Monday and charged with


Keene bike crash sidelines Burlington PD chief

KEENE — Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo was whizzing on his bike down the hill on State Route 73 from Cascade Pass toward the hamlet of Keene when he crashed Saturday and ended up in the hospital.“I know that he was going at a pretty good clip and that he was trying to ... basically slowly


Ticonderoga firefighter charged with arson

TICONDEROGA — A Ticonderoga volunteer firefighter has been charged with arson and suspended from the department for allegedly setting a barn on fire early Monday morning.The Ticonderoga Police Department said it had arrested an 18-year-old and charged him with arson.Mark Belden, patrolman with the P


4 arrested on hazing, conspiracy charges

PLATTSBURGH — Three people are facing a slew charges after they allegedly held a woman captive and assaulted her in an apparent attempt to join a “private vigilante group.”A fourth person was also charged in connection with the incident.Michael J. Parent, 31, and Tasheena M. Goodreau, 29, both of Pl


Upstate NY firefighter charged with arson

TICONDEROGA, N.Y. (AP) — A volunteer firefighter in upstate New York has been charged with arson.Ticonderoga Fire Chief Matthew Watts tellsThe Post-Starthat he is "embarrassed" to confirm that a firefighter is the suspect in a barn fire early Monday.No people or animals were hurt, but the barn was d


Police: Trio beat woman as entry to ‘vigilante group’

Michael J. Parent, 31, and Tasheena M. Goodreau, 29, both of Plattsburgh; Carole A. Prim, 17, of Keeseville; and Cory M. Joy, 24, of AuSable Forks were all charged with fourth-degree conspiracy, a felony, and first-degree hazing, a misdemeanor.


Sleepy Saranac Lake awakens - The Boston Globe

In a way, Saranac Lake, N.Y., reflected its history for years — just not in a way this tight-knit community of approximately 3,500 residents would like. A center of tuberculosis care in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, patients from around the world once flocked to the village to take in the


Ti man arrested for arson

TICONDEROGA | The Ticonderoga Police Department charged an 18-year-old Ticonderoga man, who is a member of the volunteer fire department here, with arson Monday in connection with a barn fire at 7 McCaughin Rd. early Monday morning.


13 years after selling, Grimones open a new hunting-fishing store

SARANAC LAKE — Sam Grimone says he missed the people, and that’s why, 13 years after selling the Blue Line Sport Shop, he and his wife Nancy opened a new hunting, fishing and camping store called Woods and Waters.


Teen arrested on arson charges

TICONDEROGA — An 18-year-old allegedly burned a barn to the ground early Monday morning and is suspected in connection with several other fires over the last couple of months, police say.The teen, whose name was not released by police, was arrested Monday and charged with arson.The Ticonderoga Volun


Recent Adirondack Forest Ranger Highlights -

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Forest Rangers respond to search and rescue incidents in the Adirondacks. Working with other state agencies, local emergency response organizations and volunteer search and rescue groups, Forest Rangers locate and extract lost, injured or distr


Local boy's movie about dog benefits abused animals

GRIFFIN KELLY/ENTERPRISE PHOTOLincoln Norfolk and his dog Luke at the premier of Lincoln’s short film, “Finding Home,” at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts.