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DOT: Route 86 work to continue today

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RAY BROOK — The state’s work replacing a culvert on state Route 86, which involves a closure of a portion of the road connecting Lake Placid and Saranac Lake, will continue through Saturday evening. The work was initially scheduled to last through Friday night, but state Department of ...

Canada to lift COVID border restrictions

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Canadian news outlets reported this week that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to let coronavirus pandemic-related border restrictions expire at the end of this month, a move that would allow all unvaccinated U.S. citizens to enter Canada without having to test or quarantine. North Country ...

ORDA sells 1980 arena seats

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LAKE PLACID — Thanks to a state-funded facelift that has given the 1980 Herbs Brook Arena a new look ahead of the 2023 FISU Winter World University Games in Lake Placid, people can now purchase a piece of sports history from the site of the legendary “Miracle on Ice.” The multi-million ...

Main Street paving to start next week

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LAKE PLACID — Street parking on Lake Placid’s Main Street is expected to be unavailable for four days starting next week as construction crews repave the road. Main Street will be repaved starting from its intersection with state Route 73 to Brewster Park at the intersection of Saranac ...

AsRA ‘September Shindig’ slated Sept. 28

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WILMINGTON — The Ausable River Association will host their first-ever “September Shindig” next week. On Sept. 28 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., the association is inviting the community to a night of food and camaraderie at the Hungry Trout Resort in Wilmington. The night will feature ...

Adirondack Singers rehearse ahead of winter concert

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The Adirondack Singers began their fall rehearsal schedule on Tuesday at the Adirondack Alliance Church on George Lapan Highway in Saranac Lake. Rehearsals will continue every Tuesday evening through Nov. 29. This group of community singers from the Tri-Lakes and beyond will be preparing ...