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Tipping the scales?

June 27, 2015 LAKE PLACID — At the end of the year, minimum wage rates will rise again in New York, and many people are calling for them to be raised furthe. more »»

Alibaba founder buys Adirondack estate

June 27, 2015 SANTA CLARA (AP) — The co-founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba has paid $23 million for a 28,000-acre private estate in New York's Adirondack Mountains. more »»

Stefanik votes to let plants avoid clean air regs

June 26, 2015 U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik voted for a bill Wednesday to postpone states’ compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan. more »»

Alibaba founder pays $23M for 28K-acre Adirondack estate

June 26, 2015 SANTA CLARA (AP) — The co-founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba has paid $23 million for a 28,000-acre private estate in New York's Adirondack Mountains. more »»

Advisory panel tours Olympic venues

June 26, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Members of the state Olympic Regional Development Authority’s Community Advisory Panel toured all the ORDA venues in Lake Placid and Wilmington Thursday to see what changes have been... more »»

Fire damages Madden’s Garage

June 25, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — A blaze that started as a car fire spread to the ceiling of Madden’s Garage on River Street Wednesday, causing extensive damage to the local vehicle repair, towing and recovery... more »»

Tupper Lake considers Microenterprise grant

June 25, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — Small businesses interested in pursuing Microenterprise grant money will soon have the chance to learn more about the program and share their opinions on it with the town counci. more »»

Water rises in Saranac Lake

June 23, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The water level in Lake Flower and the Saranac River remains high, fueled by another night of heavy rain. more »»

ADE wins ad awards

June 23, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Daily Enterprise won two awards in the category of under 10,000 circulation at the New York Newspapers Advertising and Marketing Executive’s 2014 Advertising Competition. more »»

It’s not just about maple anymore

June 19, 2015 The first International Birch Conference, hosted by Paul Smith’s College’s Center for Working Landscapes in collaboration with Cornell’s Sugar Maple Research and Extension, started with a tasting. more »»

Resort gets permit to sell lots

June 19, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — The developers of the Adirondack Club and Resort recently received some good news. more »»

Despite short season, more maple syrup

June 18, 2015 MONTPELIER, Vt. — Colder-than-normal temperatures shortened the Northeast’s maple sugaring season this year, but overall syrup production in the U.S. more »»

Owner: Tenant in the works for downtown gas station

June 17, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The owner of a downtown gas station and convenience store that’s sat vacant for more than two years says a gas spill has been cleaned up and he’s talking with possible tenants. more »»

Throne of thanks

June 17, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — Peggy Wiltberger hasn’t done a lot of sitting down in her more-than-a-decade-long push to build a new skateboard park in the village, but she did Tuesday night. more »»

ROOST boosts Tupper Lake website traffic

June 17, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — It’s been nearly a year since the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism took over trying to sell this community to potential tourists, and its work is yielding results. more »»

New Simply Gourmet is open, ’Dack Shack almost ready

June 17, 2015 (Enterprise photos — Matthew Turner)... more »»

Paul Smith’s College announces food entrepreneurship workshop

June 16, 2015 PAUL SMITHS — Culinary, hospitality and business experts at Paul Smith’s College have developed a tailored program to help budding entrepreneurs explore their ideas for food-related businesses. more »»

Manufacturing in New York shrinks in June

June 15, 2015 WASHINGTON — Factory activity in New York state contracted in June, a sign that manufacturers are likely still held back by a strong dollar and cutbacks in investment by oil and gas drillers. more »»

Lake Champlain power line firm will pay for protection projects

June 15, 2015 MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — A company that wants to bury a power line from the Canadian border down Lake Champlain to southern Vermont is ready to help fund a number of lake protection project. more »»

 
 

 

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