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Steam-powered dream

September 6, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Joe Spadaro was outside working on his Lake Street house one day, roughly 20 years ago, when he heard a strange sound coming from the direction of Lower Saranac Lake. more »»

Clear distinctions

August 30, 2014 With no Democratic or third-party candidate running for the 115th Assembly District, the Republican primary between four-term incumbent Assemblywoman Janet Duprey and challenger Karen Bisso will... more »»

Hotel fact check

August 23, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Supporters of the proposed Lake Flower Spa and Resort say it could become a much-needed economic driver for the community. more »»

Caring for the backcountry

August 9, 2014 LAKE PLACID — The work day begins early for backcountry caretakers. more »»

Locals to state: Why no bike lanes?

August 2, 2014 LAKE PLACID — The state Department of Transportation recently wrapped up paving on state Route 73, and some locals are scratching their heads and asking why bike lanes were not included as part of... more »»

John Dillon Park welcomes all

July 26, 2014 LONG LAKE — Valerie Hunsdon was in a car accident in 1992 that left her without the use of her legs. Since then, it’s been difficult for her to experience the backcountry. more »»

A taste of the lumberjack life

July 19, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — Ax throwing is encouraged in lumberjack class. It’s also OK to dump your classmate in the lake — as long as you’re both frantically trying to stay upright on a floating lo. more »»

This is how the Enterprise goes on vacation

June 28, 2014 The Enterprise today published more readers' photos from their vacations - as always, holding their copies of the newspaper. You can see them on the All Access replica edition at the link below. more »»

Wild vacation photos

June 14, 2014 For the third week in a row, the Enterprise print edition today includes more readers' photos from their vacations - as always, holding their copies of the newspape. more »»

Vacations with the Enterprise

June 7, 2014 The Enterprise print edition today published more readers' photos from their vacations — as always, holding their copies of the newspaper. This is a print-only special, so pick up yours today. more »»

2014 Vacation Photo Contest

May 31, 2014 The 2014 Vacation Photo Contest was judged by the Adirondack Daily Enterprise staff, based on originality, locale and photo quality. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. more »»

Hotel’s history exposed

May 24, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Roedel Companies is using every tool in its toolbox to bring back the Hotel Saranac, from crowbars and hammers to pen on paper. more »»

The good man behind Goodman Mountain

May 17, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — It’s easy to feel removed from everyday life while sitting on top of Goodman Mountai. more »»

Chronicling plane crashes

May 10, 2014 Scott Van Laer, an off-duty forest ranger, sits in the back of a small Cessna plane scouring the forest below for plane wreckage dating back to September 1959. more »»

Restoring the Whiteface Highway

May 3, 2014 WILMINGTON — Restoration work has begun on the iconic Whiteface Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway, stretching 8 miles long up the 4,867-foot-high pea. more »»

Food and fellowship

April 26, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — It’s as much an act of community as it is of charity. You can’t tell from the street outside the First United Methodist Church that there’s a big crowd inside, but there is. more »»

Police-fire dilemma

April 19, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — A plan to build a shared-services building in the village of Tupper Lake has been in the works for 10 years, but as a May 1 deadline draws near, there is fear it might not happen. more »»

Late start, long run

April 12, 2014 Adirondack snowmobilers enjoyed some late season snow and big-time publicity this winter, making up for what was a slow start. more »»

Sewer line project to begin this month

April 5, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Officials here hope contractors will begin working on a multi-million-dollar trunk sewer line replacement in April, the biggest infrastructure project the village has seen in many... more »»

Still on the job

March 29, 2014 RAY BROOK — Jay Swartz has been a vocational instructor in the state prison system for 29 years. He says he’s seen the good that comes from teaching inmates skills like basic carpentr. more »»



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