Sunday Mar 9
Birds drawn to frozen lake's Vt.-NY ferry channels
Water birds that normally spread out across Lake Champlain are seeking refuge in the channels left by two ferry routes that carry passengers between Vermont and New York during this bitterly cold winter.
Watertown Daily Times
Low-cost power program strengthens local economy
Nearly 50 new jobs were committed to the north country in 2013 as part of a state program to provide low-cost electricity to various businesses to stimulate local economies.
Cows recovering after being removed from Champlain, NY farm
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Cellphone Search, Interrogation at Border Suppressed
U.S. Border agents, acting without a warrant, improperly downloaded information from the cellphones of two women they arrested near the Canadian border for aiding a man in the United States illegally, a federal judge ruled.
Law Firm Newswire
Federal Court Suppresses Border Patrol Search of Cellular Phones - Indictment Dismissed
Following a three day evidentiary hearing, Senior District Court Judge Thomas J. McAvoy ordered the suppression of evidence seized from two cellular phones by Border Patrol agents.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Rail oil shipping raises safety concerns in Albany
A railroad oil tanker car is parked along Interstate 787 in downtown Albany, N.Y., on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014.