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County transfers Dewey land to H’town

September 9, 2016 MALONE — The planned expansion of Dewey Mountain Recreation Center’s acreage is one step closer to reality. more »»

Tax auction scheduled

September 9, 2016 MALONE — The Franklin County legislature has set the date for an auction of tax-delinquent properties it has acquired. The auction is scheduled for 9 a.m. Oct. more »»

State: Placid must fix water backflow violation

September 9, 2016 LAKE PLACID — This village’s water system was found to be operating properly by the state Department of Health last month, but the DOH said violations remain with programs in place to prevent... more »»

Grants available for Tupper Lake microenterprises

September 9, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Microenterprises — businesses with five or fewer employees, including the owner — located in the Town of Tupper Lake are invited to apply for up to $35,000 in grant funds to start or... more »»

Shapiro ousted from chamber board

September 8, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — A village trustee and local bike company owner says he was ousted from the Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors because he reported alleged safety violations by... more »»

Bayruns appointed new president of chamber

September 8, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake Area Chamber Of Commerce announced Wednesday the appointment of Bob Bayruns as its new board of directors president. Bayruns is a retired U.S. more »»

Schumer: More than 4,000 cellphone dead zones upstate

September 8, 2016 ALBANY (AP) — Sen. Charles Schumer says a survey by his office has identified more than 4,000 cellphone dead zones in upstate New York. more »»

New law allows Sunday morning drink sales in N.Y.

September 8, 2016 ALBANY (AP) — You’ll now be able to order a Sunday mimosa, bloody mary or pint of beer two hours earlier in New York state. Democratic Gov. more »»

Receiver reaches $13.3 million settlement with Citibank

September 8, 2016 MONTPELIER, Vt. — A receiver overseeing two ski resorts at the center of a fraud investigation says a $13. more »»

Thew Associates opens Tupper Lake office

September 8, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Thew Associates PE-LS, PLLC, a land surveying firm headquartered in Canton, announced this week a new office location in Tupper Lake to accommodate the growing need for professional... more »»

Blue Line Gin earns Double Gold medal at Watkins Glen tasting

September 8, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Blue Line Gin earned a Double Gold medal at the August 10th New York State Wine and Grape Foundation annual tasting event in Watkins Glen. more »»

Placid taxpayers may be asked for $21M in school renovations

September 7, 2016 LAKE PLACID — A long list of renovations and reconstruction of Lake Placid Central School District buildings were presented to the Board of Education Tuesday night and may go to voters, with a... more »»

Bayruns appointed as new chamber president

September 7, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake Area Chamber Of Commerce announced today the appointment of Bob Bayruns as its new board of directors president. Bayruns is a retired U.S. more »»

Saranac Lake armory to close

September 7, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The New York Army National Guard is pulling its troops out of the state armory on Route 3. The facility is being vacated and will close at the end of the month, Col. more »»

DEC forms rail trail stakeholder group

September 7, 2016 RAY BROOK — In the face of a lawsuit, the state Department of Environmental Conservation has formed a stakeholder group to determine the design and use of a 34-mile section of railroad that will be... more »»

Start-up pulls out of START-UP NY

September 7, 2016 Adirondack Operations, a business consulting firm near Watertown, was a staunch supporter of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s highly touted START-UP NY progra. more »»

Craft brewer ages stout in nuclear missile silo

September 6, 2016 LAKE PLACID (AP) — A craft brewery in New York’s Adirondack Park has a novel gimmick to distinguish its new stout: It’s aged in a decommissioned Cold War missile silo. more »»

State wants more locally grown food in school lunches

September 3, 2016 ALBANY (AP) — New York state is looking to put locally grown foods on the menu in school cafeterias. Democratic Gov. more »»

County OKs NCCC upgrades

September 2, 2016 MALONE — North Country Community College plans to use chargeback revenue and state funds to pay for $429,000 in critical maintenance and infrastructure work on its Saranac Lake campus. more »»



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