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Firefighters’ plea prompts action for building material signage

February 25, 2016 PAUL SMITHS — A law that has been on the books for a little over a year that allows firefighters to better assess the risks of entering a burning building recently picked up some local support from... more »»

APA reviewing backcountry ski public comments

February 25, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency has begun review on the 113 comments it received regarding its backcountry skiing guidelines. more »»

Plea to do more for hunger in New York

February 25, 2016 ALBANY — New York is failing to address a growing hunger crisis affecting seniors, veterans and children around the state, according to the managers of food banks and pantries that gathered... more »»

Signage sought from village for side street businesses

February 24, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Downtown Advisory Board wants to help attract people to businesses that aren’t on the main thoroughfares downtow. more »»

School district seeks input on spring vacation

February 24, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake Central School District Board of Education is seeking public input on where it should place its 10 “spring break” vacation days in the 2016-2017 school calenda. more »»

Dove outlines Paul Smith’s College’s strategic plan

February 23, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Village officials think Paul Smith’s College should have a downtown presence again. more »»

Ithaca mayor wants supervised space for addicts to inject heroin

February 23, 2016 ALBANY — The mayor of Ithaca wants his city in upstate New York to host the nation’s first supervised injection facility, enabling heroin users to shoot illegal drugs into their bodies under the... more »»

SCA Tissue hopes for future expansion

February 20, 2016 SOUTH GLENS FALLS — The federal government needs to make education more flexible so that businesses can find trained employees, U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik said Wednesday. more »»

At a crossroads

February 19, 2016 Now that the Adirondack Park Agency has approved a plan to split the Remsen-Lake Placid travel corridor into two parts, many are wondering what advocates on both sides of the rail/trail debate will... more »»

Bicycle-based shops happy with rail decision

February 19, 2016 While much of the focus of the rail/trail debate has centered around the historic aspect of the train and business opportunities that the rails could provide, several other businesses in the area... more »»

Opponents of minimum wage hike say it shackles small businesses

February 19, 2016 Last week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a report by the State Department of Labor touting the benefits of the state’s current plan of phasing in a $15 an hour minimum wage through to July 2021. more »»

APA delays primitive camping regs

February 19, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency found issues with its proposed primitive camping guidelines that were issued last December and will likely reissue the guidelines as well as hold an... more »»

Head shop ordered to pay $12,000 fine

February 18, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The owner of a downtown head shop has been ordered to pay a $12,000 fine for violating state drug labeling law. more »»

Village will not regulate head shops

February 18, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The village won’t include any restrictions on head shops in its new land use code. more »»

Adirondack Park Agency recaps 2015

February 18, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency kicked off its February monthly meeting with a recap of agency accomplishments in 2015, a fact that was slightly overshadowed by some of the other issue... more »»

Trustees work to define 'transitional housing'

February 17, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The village Board of Trustees will consider defining and adding the term “transitional housing” to its new land use code. more »»

New company chosen for Beach House, firehouse work

February 17, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The village board voted Tuesday to abandon the previously approved $283,300 bid by the Tracey Trombley construction company to complete work on a village fire station addition and a... more »»

Gibson mulls run for governor in deep blue New York

February 15, 2016 KINDERHOOK — He is a Republican former Army colonel with political positions diverse enough to support gun rights and gay marriage. more »»

APA approves rail-trail plan

February 12, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency voted Thursday afternoon to approve a plan that would split a railroad corridor into two parts: one with a trail replacing the tracks and one with... more »»



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