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Fishs welcome baby boy, Benjamin

GLENS FALLS — Jeremie and Ashley Fish of Wilmington welcomed a baby boy, Benjamin Jonathan Fish, at 10:40 a.m. Dec. 30, 2016 at Glens Falls Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 14.2 ounces, and measured 20 inches long.

Champlain National Bank President and CEO Steven Cacchio, left, 
and Community Hospital President John Remillard
(Photo provided)

Champlain National Bank makes major gift to E’town hospital

ELIZABETHTOWN — In a show of support for one of the area’s largest hospitals, Champlain National Bank has gifted $20,000 to Elizabethtown Community Hospital, which is part of the University of Vermont Health Network. “We feel it is important to support the hospital that takes care of ...

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Rob Van Avery, left, fist-bumps Adirondack Mountain Club Wilderness trip leader Tyler Socash after successfully summiting Wright Peak as part of Winterfest on Jan. 7.
(Photo provided — Rob Van Avery)

Healing High Peaks: Tales of personal atonement atop Wright

What about the person behind the number? That’s the thought that crossed my mind while driving away from the Adirondak Loj on Jan. 7 after summiting Wright Peak with six new friends, people who until six hours before were complete strangers. Rob Van Avery ...

Mercy Care for the Adirondacks volunteers talk with elders at the Mercy Care location in Lake Placid.
(Photo provided by Donna Beal)

The power of donation

In every community, there are issues that need to be addressed and people who address them through care, volunteering and donating. The Adirondack Foundation fills that role throughout this region, collecting funds to support a wide variety of needs. In the past two years, the foundation ...

When covering a local high school team playing a non-local opponent, we rarely run a big photo of the other team’s player on page A1. On April 13, however, we couldn’t help but run this shot of Saranac softball pitcher Nikki Donah winding up to deliver the ball to a Saranac Lake batter amid a mid-game snowstorm. The intensity in her eyes is electric.
(Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)

Hot shots: sports

The Enterprise has not employed a designated staff photographer since 2003, but our staff reporters still manage to amaze editors and readers with the excellent photos they take. Even when we had a staff photographer, our sports writers took their own pictures of the athletic events they ...