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New bike event lets people tour local farms

June 27, 2016 Imagine biking from farm to farm, getting samples of food raised right there where you stop to take a break, cows lingering in the pasture as you glide by on your bike. more »»

 
 
 
Record maple syrup numbers

June 27, 2016 ALBANY (AP) — New York reports its maple syrup production has increased 18 percent this year, breaking last year’s record by more than 100,000 gallons. more »»

Saranac Lake native welcomed to Adirondack Health staff

June 25, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Adirondack Health has welcomed a new member to its Associate Medical Staff, a Saranac Lake native who returned to provide primary care in the region she calls hom. more »»

Park Street business pulse slows for construction

June 24, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — It’s been a bittersweet start to summer for businesses on Park Street. more »»

New planning board member supports Lake Flower resort

June 24, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The size and bulk of the proposed Lake Flower hotel, and whether there’s enough parking on the site for its guests and employees, were among the issues the village Planning Board... more »»

Lot remains an issue for resort

June 23, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Debate over a Lake Flower hotel resort continues to swirl around a property across the street that is no longer part of the proposed 93-room, four-story hote. more »»

Tupper Lake hop farm in early stages

June 22, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Travis Ormsby is now one of many in a collective of farmers and brewers vying to make New York craft beer an authentic product of the stat. more »»

Parking is hot topic at Lake Placid budget hearing

June 22, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Even on a day where this village held a public hearing for its proposed 2016-17 budget, Lake Placid’s parking saga once again took center stage at a near-three-hour board meeting Monday. more »»

Ward Lumber hosts Lyme disease talk Tuesday

June 22, 2016 JAY — Ward Lumber will host a free presentation, “Lyme Disease In The Adirondacks: Prevalence, Diagnosis and Treatment,” at 6 p.m. more »»

New, old-style diner

June 21, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Ohana’s 1950s Diner is now open and offering a unique touch to the dining circuit on Park Street. The diner, located at 284 Park S. more »»

Camp Gabriels amendment off the table, for now

June 21, 2016 A state constitutional amendment that would have eased the sale of the former Camp Gabriels prison failed to get final state legislative approval before lawmakers wrapped up their session Saturday. more »»

Back home on business

June 21, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — For Rachel King, life is a lot like the metal she twists into handmade jewelry. more »»

Travel mag: Wild Walk is a top global attraction

June 20, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — The Wild Center nature museum garnered international attention this month after Conde Naste Traveler named it one of the world’s 30 best places to visit this summer. more »»

Lawmakers leave Albany without big ethics reforms

June 20, 2016 ALBANY — Another legislative session is in the books, and another chapter in Albany’s long story of backroom horse trading has come to a close — without the reforms voters say are needed to address... more »»

Craig confirmed to chair APA

June 18, 2016 The state Senate confirmed Adirondack Park Agency Commissioner Sherman Craig Friday night to chair the agency board and Franklin County Legislator Barb Rice of Saranac Lake to be an APA commissioner. more »»

State toughens laws for opioids

June 18, 2016 ALBANY — Boozy Sunday brunches, expanded screening for breast cancer and a plan to confront opioid addiction all came out on top Friday as New York state lawmakers wrapped up the 2016 session. more »»

Tiny homes come out of the woodwork in Tupper Lake

June 17, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — A new rustic furniture business on Main Street is veering into the tiny house market. more »»

Albany OKs early Sunday alcohol sales, plan to fight heroin (2nd update)

June 17, 2016 ALBANY — Boozy Sunday brunches, expanded screening for breast cancer and a plan to confront opioid addiction all came out on top Friday as New York state lawmakers wrapped up the 2016 session. more »»

State Senate approves Little’s bill to upgrade mobile homes

June 17, 2016 ALBANY — The state Senate on Wednesday approved a bill sponsored by Sen. Betty Little that would establish a home replacement program for mobile and manufactured homes. more »»

Open house covers VIC, Rail Explorers, Adirondack food history exhibit

June 17, 2016 LAKE CLEAR — The Lake Clear Lodge and Retreat invites the public to an open house on several topics on Tuesday, June 28. There will be a 5:30 p.m. more »»

Lake Placid intersection to change

June 16, 2016 LAKE PLACID — With the new Family Dollar store on Farm Ridge Road, a reconfiguration of the street’s intersection with state Route 86 (Saranac Avenue) is planned, per the request of the Lake... more »»

 
 

 

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