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Passengers board the inaugural charter flight to Atlantic City on Wednesday at Plattsburgh International Airport. Caesars Entertainment is offering the nonstop-flight package once a month for the summer. The 90-passenger jet was filled for the first trip. (Rob Fountain/Staff Photo)

New service to Atlantic City begins

Plane takes off at full capacity

By: JOE LoTEMPLIO

PLATTSBURGH — Flights once a month during the summer from Plattsburgh International Airport.

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Cape Air to start New York area flights

By: DAN HEATH

LAKE CLEAR — Airline plans daily service between Adirondack Regional Airport and Westchester County Airport in White Plains starting in June.

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Pro Pool has relocated to a new and larger building a few miles east of Malone at 4158 Route 11 that offers an expanded retail line of spas and pool supplies. Store manager Jan Rowe (left) and business owner Don Lancto are available to consult with homeowners who are interested in adding a pool or spa to their leisure activities. (Susan Tobias/PR Photo)

Business ready for swim season

By: SUSAN TOBIAS

MALONE — Malone pool company creates a splash with new building.

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During a presentation at the Paul Smith's Visitor Interpretive Center, Paul Pillis of Gabriels (right) chats with Rabbi Eli Hersch about Camp Hamachane. The rabbi is planning to open the camp for Orthodox Jewish boys on the site of the former Camp Gabriels prison in the Town of Brighton. (Jack LaDuke/P-R Photo)

Camp Hamachane emerges from Camp Gabriels

Camp Hamachane will develop into summer getaway for Jewish boys

By: KIM SMITH DEDAM

BRIGHTON — New owner to redevelop the former camp-style prison as a summer camp for Orthodox Jewish boys.

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A Canadian Pacific Railway tank-car train enters Port Henry headed southbound to the Port of Albany. The trains have increased in frequency in the last year, as more Bakken Shale crude oil from North Dakota is being transported. (FRANK JOHN/P-R PHOTO)

NY asks feds to update oil spill response plans

By: MARY ESCH

ALBANY — The rapid expansion of rail shipments of crude oil across New York to coastal refineries including from the Canadian border through the North Country is raising safety and environmental concerns.

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