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Business

Teed off about booze ball

LAKE PLACID — A theft at a local liquor store has left a hole in one businessowner’s display. April Kirschman, who works at Terry Robard’s Wines and Spirits in Lake Placid, was surprised to come into work on Saturday to find that an enormous Tito’s Vodka-branded golf ball was ...

Digging in for $30M cheese plant upgrade

CHATEAUGAY — Agri-Mark Inc. and state officials on Friday participated in the groundbreaking of the company’s next phase, toward its $30 million plant modernization project. The Farm and Cheese factory off of Collins Street and Route 374 is being expanded toward Church Street in ...

Spectrum internet back up after 3-hour outage in Saranac Lake

SARANAC LAKE — A Spectrum outage knocked out internet for some residents and businesses Monday afternoon, but after around three hours, a company technician had fixed the problem and service was back up and running. Spectrum spokesperson Lara Pritchard said the cause was a damaged ...

Old Tormey IGA is now The Station

Onchiota’s old general store, the former Tormey’s IGA, is getting new life as The Station, a market being launched next month by a couple that bought the property last summer. Hayden J. Tormey opened his general store at what is now Onchiota’s main intersection in 1921, according ...

Fishing for customers, catching a phenomenon

SARANAC LAKE — It started with a dollar bill on the sidewalk. Spotting the cash at the intersection of Broadway and Main Street, Dan Sporn, owner of the Goody Goody’s toy store in Saranac Lake, bent down to pick it up. Being the good citizen that he is, he said he wanted to return it ...

Landlord looks to convert tenant laundry room to public laundromat

LAKE PLACID — A Lake Placid landlord is seeking permission to convert a tenant-only laundry room into a public laundromat. Kyle Dellavalle, who is taking over a Main Street apartment building from his father Pat, submitted an application to the town-village Joint Review Board last ...