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North Elba sets hearings on new laws for septic tanks, condemning buildings

November 16, 2018 LAKE PLACID — The North Elba Town Council scheduled two public hearings for Dec. 11. One at 6:30 p.m. more »»

North Elba transfer station rates increase

November 16, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Rates for dumping garbage at the North Elba Transfer Station have increased. At the Tuesday, Nov. more »»

ARTIST PROFILE: Mulvey makes jewelry with porcupine quills

November 16, 2018 WILMINGTON—Jessica Winona Mulvey does art like nobody you may have ever see. more »»

Lake Placid American Legion commemorates Veterans Day

November 16, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Veterans, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, auxiliary women and sons of the American Legion stood inside Post 326, sipping coffee from foam cups. more »»

‘The Jungle Book’ at the LPCA this week

November 16, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Little bumblebees buzzed, circling around grown tigers and wolves. more »»

Biofuel heater coming along for state offices in Ray Brook

November 16, 2018 RAY BROOK — A new biofuel heating system designed to increase demand for local wood products while reducing heating costs for the state office complex in Ray Brook is well underway, little more than... more »»

United Way: 40% of local households struggle with money

November 16, 2018 ELIZABETHTOWN — There are federal poverty levels, and then there is the ALICE threshold, which nearly half of all Clinton, Essex and Franklin County households fall below. more »»

New leader for Local Government Review Board

November 16, 2018 RAY BROOK — The Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board’s new head is familiar with the post. more »»

APA approves public comment period on items

November 16, 2018 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency Friday, Nov. more »»

Preview of this week's Lake Placid News

November 15, 2018 LAKE PLACID — In this week's Lake Placid News, we continue to honor members of our military with Veterans Day tributes. more »»

ORDA ski centers open Saturday and Sunday

November 15, 2018 WILMINGTON — All four state Olympic Regional Development Authority ski centers will open Saturday for the first time this season, instead of the following weekend as previously announced. more »»

Bishop names more North Country priests accused of abuse

November 15, 2018 In a letter read during Mass at parishes throughout the North Country, the region’s Catholic bishop said he will name priests removed from ministry because of allegations that they sexually abused... more »»

WE ARE LAKE PLACID podcast: Elana Meyers Taylor, U.S. Olympic bobsled medalist

November 12, 2018 Lake Placid News Editor Andy Flynn interviewed three-time U.S. more »»

NORTH COUNTRY AT WORK: Driving a bobsled with Olympic medalist Elana Meyers Taylor

November 9, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Bobsledder Elana Meyers Taylor has the Olympic spirit. more »»

Lake Placid, Keene plan Veterans Day services

November 9, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Veterans Day services are planned for this community and the town of Keene on Sunday and Monda. more »»

3-6 inches of snow predicted today, tonight

November 9, 2018 The National Weather Service predicts 3 to 6 inches of snow will fall this afternoon and tonight. more »»

Woodward carries on the craft of guideboat construction

November 9, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — Two guideboats await Christopher Woodward’s attention in his near-century-old shop. One was built circa 1910, in for a new gunwale and sheer planks. more »»

Cycle Ad’ks will stop in Westport, Wilmington, Ti

November 9, 2018 The Cycle Adirondacks bicycle tour group announced Ticonderoga, Wilmington and Westport as overnight communities for its 2019 Ultimate Cycling Vacation from Aug. 17 to 23. more »»

GIVING BACK: Church offers clothing drive

November 9, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Amanda Hoops organized a table of men’s fleece jackets while Rose VanWormer stocked a circular rack of women’s coat. more »»

Gothic thriller opens at Pendragon Theatre

November 9, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — There’s something so intrinsically off about Victorian-era England. It’s as if the queen knew it was going to be one of the creepiest times in the country’s histor. more »»

 
 

 

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