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Business

Hurley Bros. eyes new location for proposed fuel storage facility

LAKE PLACID — A Lake Placid-based fuel company, Hurley Bros., is seeking approval from the town-village Joint Review Board to use a property off Cascade Road as a fuel storage facility. The company plans to use 5708 Cascade Road, on land in a mostly commercial area near the airport, to ...

Vacation rental data shows full scope of market in Saranac Lake

SARANAC LAKE — This village has 80 short-term vacation rental properties with a total of 120 online listings, new data from short-term rental data collection company Rentalscape shows. The new data from Rentalscape is the first official count of vacation rental properties within village ...

Lake Placid business owner seeks OK for new nightclub

LAKE PLACID — A local businessowner has asked for authorization to operate a nightclub on Main Street, and the town-village Joint Review Board has set a public hearing on the request. Sonja Barney, the owner of Bowlwinkles, a bowling alley and family fun center, submitted an application ...

Two North Country breweries win big at New York State Craft Beer Competition

PLATTSBURGH — Two North Country breweries won big this year at the fifth annual New York State Craft Beer Competition — the country’s largest state-level craft beer contest. Valcour Brewing Company, of Plattsburgh, beat out 22 other entries for gold in the non-imperial porter category ...

Munn promoted to ADE ad manager

SARANAC LAKE — Adirondack Daily Enterprise and Lake Placid News advertising representative Lindsay Munn was recently promoted to advertising manager. Born and raised in Saranac Lake, Munn graduated from the Saranac Lake High School in 2002 and SUNY Plattsburgh in 2006 with a bachelor’s ...

Enterprise hires new managing editor

SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Daily Enterprise has a new managing editor. The Ogden Newspapers, which owns the Enterprise, named Enterprise and Lake Placid News Staff Writer Elizabeth Izzo to the position on Thursday. Izzo has spent the past two years covering the state Olympic Regional ...