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Two vie for Wilmington town supervisor

October 25, 2019 WILMINGTON — Two candidates are seeking the town’s top slot this November. more »»

Students channel Chekov, Neil Simon onstage

October 25, 2019 LAKE PLACID — Sketch comedy isn’t just reserved for TV shows like “Saturday Night Live” and “I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson. more »»

Northwood School Drama Club answers in ‘The Good Old Days’

October 25, 2019 LAKE PLACID — Music these days just ain’t what it used to be. It seems like every 10 years that sentiment gets tossed around. more »»

Town of North Elba now owns old Lake Placid hospital

October 25, 2019 LAKE PLACID — The old hospital on Church Street has a new owner and will have its first tenant for the holiday season. more »»

Olympia Sports set to close in Lake Placid

October 25, 2019 LAKE PLACID — Olympia Sports is expected to close its doors before the end of the year after more than eight years in business here. more »»

Bidding farewell to the Adirondacks on a delightful day

October 25, 2019 SARANAC INN — A bittersweet day but a beautiful one. On Sunday, Oct. more »»

Hearing on Quality Inn rebuild draws crowd, concerns

October 25, 2019 LAKE PLACID — Residents are concerned a proposed rebrand and rebuild of the Quality Inn on Saranac Avenue could disturb the peace at Paradox Bay and create parking problems. more »»

EYE ON BUSINESS: The road to $12.50/hour

October 18, 2019 LAKE PLACID — At the end of this year, the hourly minimum wage in upstate New York is set to increase by 70 cents, from $11.10 to $11. more »»

EYE ON EDUCATION: ‘Someone will be there for you’

October 18, 2019 LAKE PLACID — On a small sheet of yellow paper, a Lake Placid elementary school student scribbled a simple, poignant message surrounded by a heart: “Life is goo. more »»

Alone in the wilderness

October 18, 2019 LAKE PLACID — New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Forest Ranger Lt. more »»

Lake Placid Film Festival kicks off Wednesday

October 18, 2019 LAKE PLACID — The Adirondack Film Society will hold its annual Lake Placid Film Festival at various locations from Wednesday, Oct. 23 to Sunday, Oct. more »»

Preparation in Keene leads to ‘short-term success’ in hiker parking over holiday weekend

October 18, 2019 KEENE VALLEY — The Columbus Day and Canadian Thanksgiving holiday weekend brought a now-familiar scene to this hamlet. On Saturday and Sunday, Oc. more »»

Saranac Laboratory Museum awarded ‘Milestone in Microbiology’

October 18, 2019 SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Laboratory Museum received a “Milestone in Microbiology” recognition from the American Society for Microbiology at an awards ceremony Friday, Oct. 1. more »»

ARTIST PROFILE: Dr. Winter and his passion for painting

October 18, 2019 SARANAC LAKE — It’s a wonder this guy can slow down long enough to blow his nose no less complete a painting. During a recent whirlwind visit to the office of Dr. more »»

‘Frankenstein’ is a monster of a good time at LPCA

October 18, 2019 LAKE PLACID — Like Victor Frankenstein’s monster itself, multimedia theater company Manual Cinema’s adaptation of “Frankenstein” is greater than the sum of its parts. more »»

Olympic biathlete Maddie Phaneuf talks climate change at APA meeting

October 18, 2019 RAY BROOK — Olympic biathlete Maddie Phaneuf, who lives in Lake Placid, spoke to the state Adirondack Park Agency board on Friday, Oct. 11 with a sports-related message about climate chang. more »»

APA visits Little Green Pond for primitive campsites lesson

October 18, 2019 LAKE CLEAR — Members of the state Adirondack Park Agency board ventured away from agency headquarters Thursday afternoon, Oc. more »»

APA addresses boat wash, rail trail, utility poles, subdivision

October 18, 2019 RAY BROOK — At the second day of its regular monthly meeting on Friday, Oct. more »»

Essex County coroner’s law hits speed bump

October 18, 2019 ELIZABETHTOWN — Essex County’s new coroner regulations are being put on hold as funeral homes around the region decline or defer signing contracts with the county to transport human remains. more »»

Adirondack Council, cloud researcher disagree on recent acid rain trends

October 18, 2019 Two weeks ago, the Adirondack Council issued a statement on acid rain in the Adirondacks, linking increasing pollution from Midwest power plants to a rise in the acidity of clouds here and saying,... more »»



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