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Six Nations Iroquois Cultural Center to move

ONCHIOTA — As the Six Nations Iroquois Cultural Center is open again for its 67th summer season, the Fadden family looks forward to moving down the road in the future. “The next step is a big one,” said co-owner Dave Fadden, who runs the center with his brother Don and father John. ...

Tri-Lakes developments under APA review

RAY BROOK — The New York State Adirondack Park Agency will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, July 15. In accordance with new health and safety guidelines, the board will meet in-person. While there will be limited public seating capacity at the Ray Brook headquarters, the public can ...

Neighbors not happy with Experience Outdoors plans

LAKE PLACID -- The owners of Experience Outdoors, a zip line and team building course on Cascade Road, are seeking permission to host live music events at night. Neighbors aren't happy. Experience Outdoors owners Marc Doering and Bill Walton have submitted an application to the Lake ...

Tupper Lake eatery expands, says ‘thanks’

TUPPER LAKE — The coronavirus pandemic inspired a sizeable addition at the Amado Restaurant and Cafe on Cliff Avenue, which this week unveiled a new courtyard for dining and events and an expanded capacity to now seat up to 398 people. An array of open-air dining areas ring a courtyard ...

Bank branch services changing in Saranac Lake

By the end of this month, Community Bank customers in Saranac Lake will see some changes. Beginning July 30, Community Bank will be permanently modifying services to offer only drive-through transactions only at the branch located at 588 Lake Flower Ave. Lobby services, however, will ...