Commitment Renewed: New York, Vermont and Quebec sign another historic pledge to clean-up and protect Lake Champlain. The MOU also calls for both states and the province to work together to address flood issues.
Budget Deadline: With the deadline just days away, New York’s Governor and legislative leaders try to reach deals on ethics and education reforms, and a new budget.
Rebuilding: A family run egg farm in Chazy, New York looks to rebuild after a massive fire last week that destroyed one of Giroux Poultry’s chicken barns and 50,000 chickens. The family says the loss will not greatly impact the production or distribution of eggs to stores across Northern New York and New England.
Unfair Trade: The U.S. Commerce Department will consider imposing tariffs after the International Trade Commission ruled foreign competitors are unfairly undercutting North Country paper mills.
Back To Back: The Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team celebrates winning another national title, its second in a row.
Surprising Discovery: A scrapbook from nearly a century ago discovered at the Lake Placid Olympic Museum offers a new perspective on the role businessman Henry Uihlein played in attracting international skating competitions to the village in the years leading up to the 1932 Winter Olympics. Read sections of his scrapbook and view photos by visiting newyorkheritage.org or lpom.org
Wild Nature: An amazing collection of some of the most famous paintings and photographs from the collection of the Adirondack Museum are on display at The Hyde Collection Museum in Glens Falls, NY through April 12th. Watch Derek Muirden’s story by clicking here.
Boy's Dream Comes True: A little boy’s dream to be able to play in a tree house even though he uses a wheelchair is about to become to become a reality. Construction will begin this spring and the Max Moore Memorial Tree House should be open by this summer. To learn more visit the Max Moore Memorial Tree House Facebook page by clicking here. To volunteer and/or donate visit redbasket.org/216. Watch the Extended Roundtable Interview by clicking here.