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Bikes, bridges top APA agenda

March 9, 2016 RAY BROOK — Thursday morning, the Adirondack Park Agency board will discuss possible changes to the State Land Master Plan regarding the use of bicycles in primitive areas, and the use of... more »»

Small-businesses ask N.Y. to reject $15 minimum wage plan

March 9, 2016 ALBANY — Small-business owners struck back against New York Go. more »»

Forbes Travel Guide sees stars in the Adirondacks

March 8, 2016 For luxury getaways in the Adirondacks, the 2016 edition of the long-esteemed Forbes Travel Guide gives its highest honor, five stars, to The Point resort on Upper Saranac Lak. more »»

Community Bank earns triple honors for customer experience

March 8, 2016 Community Bank N.A. took honors in three categories in the latest MSR Best in Retail Banking Awards. Of the 23 banks in the Northeast region, Community Bank N.. more »»

Company names High Peaks Resort controller Associate of the Year

March 8, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Hotel management company Spire Hospitality has named High Peaks Resort Controller Amanda Taylor as its Administration and General Associate of the Year, a national recognition awarded... more »»

Price Chopper helps fight diabetes

March 8, 2016 SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper and Market 32 supermarkets’ pin-up campaign during the month of January raised $39,854 for JDRF (originally branded as Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). more »»

Short season for skiing

March 8, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Monday’s new snow was too little, too late for some of the area’s ski centers. After a bleak, rainy and snow-less winter, the ski season is ending sooner than normal. more »»

Check Out Hunger raises money, food

March 8, 2016 SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper and Market 32 supermarkets report that their 2015 Check Out Hunger campaign raised more than $42,000 and 26 tons of food for 15 local food banks and pantries in... more »»

Committee reaches deal on Tupper fire contract

March 8, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — After a tumultuous period of negotiations, the town and village joint fire protection committee has reached an agreement on the terms of a 5-year fire services contract between the... more »»

Lynch honored for insurance excellence

March 8, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Peter H. more »»

Solarize Tri-Lakes accepting installer proposals

March 8, 2016 VERMONTVILLE — Following the success of its 2015 campaign, which saw 52 solar arrays installed across the region and 365 kilowatts of clean energy added to the grid, Solarize Tri-Lakes will continu... more »»

Plein air paint fest fills up in seven hours

March 5, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Last year, it took nearly 48 hours for the Adirondack Plein Air Festival’s registration to fill up. This year, it took a fraction of that time. more »»

Fundraiser at Whiteface for Keene Kids X-C Ski Club

March 5, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The Mountaineer store in Keene will host a new fundraiser at Whiteface Mountain this year to raise money for the Keene Kids X-C Ski Clu. more »»

Last big blast

March 4, 2016 more »»

ROOST preaches value of one brand for Adirondacks at marketing summit

March 4, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Speaking to more than 200 business officials from the Adirondack region at the Conference Center Thursday, market research consultant Bill Siegel asked the crowd to yell out whom they... more »»

NCCC offers new environmental degree

March 4, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — North Country Community College is offering a new degree for students who want to study the environment and natural resources at its Saranac Lake campus starting this coming fal. more »»

Facade upgrades approved in Saranac Lake

March 3, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — A group of downtown business and building owners moved one step closer Tuesday to winning grant funds to help fix up their storefronts. more »»

Railroad makes preservation group’s ‘Seven to Save’ list

March 3, 2016 ALBANY — A rail corridor in the Adirondacks, the upstate homes of black families who migrated north decades ago, and a New York City library designed by a renowned Gilded Age architect were added... more »»

New bill would ease Canada-U.S. crossing by train

March 3, 2016 U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Rep. Elise Stefanik announced Tuesday a bill to more easily let Canadians travel to the U.S. by train. more »»

Spring break discussion rescheduled for next week

March 2, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The members of the Saranac Lake Central School District Board of Education had planned to discuss the placement of the district’s 10 “spring break” vacation days in the 2016-17 school... more »»



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