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School budgets pass, board members elected

May 18, 2018 Lake Placid Locals approved the Lake Placid School District 2018-19 budget in 272 to 52 vote. more »»

ARTIST PROFILE: LPHS junior wins ‘best in show’ at regional art exhibit

May 18, 2018 LAKE PLACID—Lake Placid High School junior Marina Gonzales, 16, made an impression on the area’s art world recently when her self-portrait done in charcoal took “best in show” honors at the third... more »»

APA sends Vanderwhacker, High Peaks plans to public comment

May 18, 2018 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency board voted Thursday, May 10 to send two significant unit management plans to public comment, but a 45-day comment period and just two public meetings... more »»

Father’s job leads to daughter’s RN degree at NCCC

May 18, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — A little more than 50 years ago, before Jody Borzilleri was old enough to go to kindergarten, she remembers driving to Saranac Lake from Long Island with her father, Bill. more »»

North Country Community College pins 57 new nurses

May 18, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — Twenty-three new registered nurses and 34 licensed practical nurses walked across the stage at North Country Community College Thursday night, May 10, to receive their nurses’ pins, a... more »»

Preview of this week's Lake Placid News

May 17, 2018 LAKE PLACID — In this week's Lake Placid News, a local real estate professional who is legally blind was recently given a boost by the community, which raised $10,000 as part of a crowd-funding... more »»

NCCC students urged to ‘Do what you’re good at’

May 15, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — Because — even in the month of May — no one can guarantee that winter is quite over in the North Country, our regional colleges hold their commencements indoor. more »»

Paul Smith’s College class of 2018 learns secrets to an amazing life

May 15, 2018 PAUL SMITHS — As the Paul Smith’s College spring class of 2018 sat in a large, white tent on what was supposed to be a thunderous and rainy afternoon, Saturday, May 12, sun gleamed through the... more »»

46er re-enacts postman’s 50-mile ‘JFK Challenge’ walk, in reverse

May 11, 2018 LAKE PLACID — When 55-year-old David Fitz-Gerald stepped out of the sliding glass doors of the Fairfield Inn & Suites in Plattsburgh shortly after midnight Saturday, May 5, there was stiff wind, a... more »»

Designs for 2 sliding sports start ramps in the works

May 11, 2018 LAKE PLACID — If the state Olympic Regional Development Authority gets approval and finds the money, this village will have two start ramp facilities for its Olympic sliding sports instead of a... more »»

APA considers amendments to High Peaks, Boreas plans

May 11, 2018 RAY BROOK —?At the state Adirondack Park Agency’s monthly meeting this week, the agency board will vote on sending three state land management plans to public comment that would result in sweeping... more »»

EYE ON EDUCATION: Havana nights for LPHS students

May 11, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Carsyn Rissberger and Mackenzie Kondrat sat up at 2 a.m. talking about their trip to Cuba. more »»

Lake Placid native killed by fallen tree during storm

May 11, 2018 TUPPER LAKE — A former physical education teacher and coach in this town’s school district died while camping in the Pharaoh Lakes Wilderness near Ticonderoga. more »»

Whiteface conquers blackout on last day

May 11, 2018 WILMINGTON — Thousands of New York State Electric and Gas customers in Wilmington Jay, Upper Jay, AuSable Forks and Keeseville lost power after the thunder and wind storm Friday night, May 4. more »»

Lake Placid, North Elba to place moratorium on cryptomining

May 11, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Both the village of Lake Placid and the town of North Elba this week approved an 18-month moratorium on cryptomining within the village and town limits. more »»

Lake Placid-North Elba signage hearings stay open

May 11, 2018 LAKE PLACID — This village and the town of North Elba held public hearings Monday and Tuesday, respectively, concerning possible changes to code regulations on signs and flags in the Village Center... more »»

Two run for spot on Keene school board

May 11, 2018 KEENE VALLEY —?Heather Odell-Fey’s term on the Keene Central School board is ending, and two candidates are running for the three-year position: Angela Durant and Aaron Mille. more »»

Bedbug stigma helps them spread

May 11, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — Scott Gibson, owner of Adirondack Premium Pest Services, said bedbugs aren’t the biggest problem he sees, but they can be one of the most expensive to treat. more »»

Preview of this week's Lake Placid News

May 10, 2018 LAKE PLACID — In this week's Lake Placid News, we have a variety of stories covering the devastating thunderstorms Friday evening, May 4 that knocked out power, phone and internet service for many... more »»

Phone service returning to AuSable area after Friday wind storm

May 9, 2018 Land-line phone service is slowly returning to the AuSable River valley on the fifth day since a wind storm brought trees down onto utility lines Friday night. more »»

 
 

 

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