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Big Tupper: The mega Adirondack Club and Resort project in Tupper Lake will face another challenge in court.
Historic Landmark Saved: A preservation group steps forward to help some local historians and community leaders buy the Old Stone Barracks, the oldest building remaining on the former Air Force Base. The landmark dates back to the pre-Civil War era.
Advanced Manufacturing Institute: A new study backs the idea of local colleges teaming with industry leaders to create a tech school that specializes in educating and training workers to fill jobs high-tech and manufacturing jobs at local businesses.
New Design: Work has begun on redesigning and repaving one of Plattsburgh’s busiest streets to make it safer for bike riders and pedestrians.
Moreland Commission Fallout: A new Marist College poll shows Governor Cuomo’s numbers have dropped, slightly, amid the allegations his administration interfered with a commission investigating corruption in Albany. Watch NY Now's interview with Zephry Teachout by clicking here.
Groundbreaking Cancer Treatment: A breakthrough in treating the deadliest form of skin cancer. Researchers at UVM are testing new drugs that can kill cancer cells.
Flying High: World class skiers compete in Lake Placid, not on the slopes, but on the water.
A Star is Born: They’re celebrating a big arrival north of the border, the first baby giraffe born at Parc Safari in more than 20 years. Watch video of the baby giraffe and learn how you can suggest a name for her by clicking here.
Rugby on the Court: A popular summer tournament in the Adirondacks draws some of the world's best Quad Rugby players, in a showdown between the U-S and Canada. Watch Jack LaDuke’s story here.