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Police charge Lake Placid man with child porn (update)

October 27, 2016 LAKE PLACID — A 42-year-old man was found with a large quantity of obscene images of children on his computer as police executed a search warrant at his home Thursday morning. State police and the U. more »»


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Police charge Lake Placid man with child porn (update)

October 27, 2016 LAKE PLACID — A 42-year-old man was found with a large quantity of obscene images of children on his computer as police executed a search warrant at his home Thursday morning. State police and the U. more »»

State wrestles with 4 parcels in rail-trail corridor

October 27, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The state does not own four parcels of land along the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor portion where a trail is planned to replace railroad tracks, but state officials are working t... more »»

DOT makes Historic Saranac Lake pack up displays in depot

October 27, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The state Department of Transportation, which owns the Union Depot train station, has reportedly told Historic Saranac Lake to remove its displays from the building. more »»

Police: Man assaulted girlfriend

October 27, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Village police arrested a 24-year-old man after he allegedly assaulted a woman with knives at their apartment on Sentinel Road Wednesday morning. more »»


Biotech in our region

October 27, 2016 It is probably hard to imagine for those outside, but this region, especially Saranac Lake and Lake Placid, has been home to biotech for many decades. more »»

It ain’t over till it’s over

October 27, 2016 As Garrison Keillor never said, “It has not been a quiet few weeks in the Tri-Lakes.” Every day there’s something new in the rail-trail fight. more »»

Colorful Chard Stems for fast weeknight dinners

October 27, 2016 Many people are still unfamiliar with the large, red-veined leaves topping an array of vibrant stems. Swiss chard is one of many leafy green vegetables we often simply call “greens. more »»

Growing truly gigantic pumpkins

October 26, 2016 It’s a traditional competitive sport ... one that requires hard work, determination, discipline, attentiveness, patience and the ability to anticipat. more »»

Apologies that aren’t

October 25, 2016 You probably have an idea what’s coming. more »»

Local Sports

Bombers thrive with five

October 27, 2016 PLATTSBURGH — Players on the Lake Placid boys soccer team showed no signs of being rusty after a 12-day layoff, as they went on a first-half scoring spree Wednesday to claim their fifth-straight... more »»

New sponsor, 2 new sports for Empire State Winter Games

October 27, 2016 CANTON (AP) — The Empire State Winter Games has landed a sponsor, and organizers are adding two new sports for the upcoming competition in February. more »»

LP unbeaten again in CVAC

October 26, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Lake Placid boys cross county team finished as the unbeaten Champlain Valley Athletic Conference champion for the second year in a row after notching victories Tuesday over... more »»

Chazy outlasts Blue Bombers

October 26, 2016 CHAZY — The Chazy girls soccer team saved all its scoring for overtime Tuesday in a 3-0 victory over Lake Placid in the Section VII, Class D semifinal round. more »»

Red Storm, Lake Placid settle for volleyball losses

October 26, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Playing at home on senior night, the Saranac Lake volleyball team was swept 3-0 by Northeastern Clinton. more »»


Philip ‘Hoot’ Sullivan

October 27, 2016 Philip “Hoot” Francis Sullivan, 90, of Saranac Lake, died Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, at Elderwood of Uihlein at Lake Placid, where he had been a resident since 201. more »»

Death notice: William G. “Ninnie” Preston

October 26, 2016 William G. “Ninnie” Preston, 76, of Lake Placid passed away Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, at his home in Lake Placid. Mr. Preston was born Oct. 25, 1940 in Lake Placid. more »»

Leonard J. Bristol M.D.

October 24, 2016 Leonard J. Bristol M.D. passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, after having lived 97 wonderful years. more »»

Lenore (Eichel) Meyer

October 24, 2016 Lenore (Eichel) Meyer of Port Orange, Florida, and formerly of Saranac Lake, passed away with her family by her side on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016. more »»

Nancy A. DeMars

October 22, 2016 Nancy A. DeMars, 78, of Sims, North Carolina, and formerly of Saranac Lake, died Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016, at Avanteat Wilson Nursing and Rehabilitation in Wilson, North Carolina. more »»


Re-elect Sen. Little

October 27, 2016 Here’s an easy endorsement for us: We recommend that our readers help re-elect Betty Little to the state Senate. Honestly, we’re not sure we could endorse anyone over her. more »»

Workers should feel company’s integrity ‘in their bones’

October 26, 2016 Preet Bharara wouldn’t have to prosecute so many bankers if they behaved bette. more »»

Listening is needed on rail trail details

October 24, 2016 Rich Shapiro deserves credit for putting himself out there and listening to members of the public about the trail the state plans to replace the railroad tracks with between Lake Placid and Tupper... more »»

State should step up for community colleges

October 22, 2016 The Albany Times Union recently published an interesting report that should be discussed by candidates throughout New York during this election season. more »»

Dust off your cowbells; it’s winter sports time

October 21, 2016 As our 2018 Olympic hopefuls on the U.S. luge, bobsled and skeleton teams practiced on the newly opened ice Monday, it could only mean one thing: It’s time again for winter sports in Lake Placid. more »»

Weekender - A&E

Halloween haunted happenings

October 27, 2016 I do understand that Halloween is a bit more than passing out candy and wearing a tiara. It’s just those are my favorite bits. Costumes and candy make a perfect match. more »»

History of Adirondack Food Celebration

October 27, 2016 LAKE CLEAR — Today’s farm-to-fork has common roots in centuries-old Adirondack cooking tradition. more »»

LPCA art gallery opens ‘Myths & Legends of the Adirondacks Vol. 1’ Friday

October 27, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid Center for the Arts invites the public to an opening meet-the-artists reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday for “Myths & Legends of the Adirondacks Vol. 1. more »»

Citizen Advocates art exhibit features diversity of talent

October 27, 2016 PAUL SMITHS — A diversity of artistic talent will be on display the entire month of November in the inaugural Citizen Advocates “Inclusive Art Exhibition” at the Paul Smith’s College-Visitor... more »»

‘Custodians of Beauty’ modern dance Friday at LPCA

October 27, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid Center for the Arts presents Bessie Award-winning Choreographer and Director Pavel Zustiak and his modern dance Palissimo Company’s “Custodians of Beauty” at 7:30 p.. more »»


Community group meets amid Hudson cleanup review

October 27, 2016 SARATOGA SPRINGS (AP) — A community group is set to get an update regarding the federal Superfund project to clean up the Hudson River. more »»

Rescuers help mountain hiker overcome by blowing snow, cold

October 27, 2016 FRACONIA, N.H. (AP) — Rescuers have come to the aid of a hiker who lost his way on a trail in New Hampshire’s White Mountains after he met with blowing snow, poor visibility, and low temperatures. more »»

Bigger crowd, more input at second rail trail meeting

October 26, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — A second open meeting held by a village trustee drew more than a dozen people, and created a lot of suggestions for how this village should handle the proposed rail trail. more »»

Rangers assist spate of lost hunters

October 26, 2016 With hunting season in full force, state forest rangers have shifted from rescuing lost and injured hikers to locating lost and injured hunters. more »»

Whiteface Mountain looks to open Nov. 25

October 25, 2016 WILMINGTON — The expected opening of Whiteface Mountain Ski Center’s 22 miles of trails is still a month away, but some people have already skied down it unofficially. more »»

People News

Pumpkin chuckin’ at Kate Mountain Park

October 25, 2016 The community came out Oct. 15 for the Pumpkin Heaves and Autumn Leaves Festival at Kate Mountain Park in Vermontville. The event helps raise money to build a community center at Kate Mountain Park. more »»

Segriff awarded fifth master’s, eighth graduate degree

October 21, 2016 On Tuesday, May 19, 2015, Joseph M. Segriff graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a 3.9 GPA, earning a master’s degree in general and theoretical psychology. more »»

Interns pen articles on women who cured here

October 18, 2016 Meet Martha Reben at the Saranac Laboratory Museum --- By MARY?REID, Saranac Laboratory Museum intern Martha Reben was no ordinary woman. more »»

September births at Adirondack Medical Center

October 18, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Adirondack Medical Center recorded the following births during the month of September: Burns: A son, Mitchell Henry, born Sep. more »»



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