THE GRIFF - Alion is Expanding at Griffiss Park-12/15/2009
By PAT MALIN
Alion, one of the newest tenants at the Griffiss Business and Technology Park, is thriving as 2009 draws to a close, in spite of the economic recession that is plaguing many other businesses.
There has been no slowdown in the demand for computer software research and development, ...
THE GRIFF - Griffiss Aircraft Rescue Trucks Respond-12/15/2009
By PAT MALIN
When the pilot of a Cessna 208B, single-engine turbo-prop aircraft made an emergency landing 2.5 miles short of Griffiss International Airport on Dec. 3, he was fortunate to land unharmed in a relatively flat hayfield.
The Lake Delta Fire Department, located just 600 feet from the s...
4th Annual Baxter Christmas House December 16 and 17-12/15/2009
The 4th Annual Baxter Christmas Open House will be held Wednesday and Thursday, December 16 and 17, at the home of Ben and Shirley Baxter, 331 Post Street, Boonville, from 7 to 9 p.m.
All monetary donations will be turned over to the Tun Tavern Leathernecks Marine Corps League for their annual Chr...
LOTS OF LAKE-EFFECT SNOW - With the ground still green the beginning of last week, many were wondering if the North Country would be having a white Christmas this year. That question was answered later in the week when Old Man Winter arrived with a vengeance. The lake-effect snow started Wednesday m...
BOONVILLE MAIN STREET: BEFORE AND AFTER THE STORM-12/15/2009
Pictured above is a photo Jennifer Fruin took of Boonvilles Main Street before the storm hit on Friday, December 11. Photo number two was taken by George Capron on Saturday, December 12 at the same location as photo number 1, after the lake effect snow storm....
Martinsburg Wind Farm Site Plan Approved-12/15/2009
MARTINSBURG - The site plan on a new 39-turbine wind farm in the Town of Martinsburg has been approved by the towns planning board.
A spokesperson for Iberdrola Renewables stated that the company hopes to begin construction on the wind farm in the southeastern section of the town next year with th...
Adirondack and South Lewis High Schools Earn Bronze Medals-12/15/2009
U.S. News and World Report in collaboration with School Evaluation Services, analyzed academic and enrollment data from more than 21,000 public high schools to find the very best in the United States. The top schools were placed into gold, silver, bronze or honorable mention categories.
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