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Kim Hall at Hall's Apple Market in Ontario (Photo:  J. Brown)
Kim Hall at Hall's Apple Market in Ontario (Photo: J. Brown)

As autumn deepens, some North Country businesses hibernate, others create

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This time of year, it's more than the color of the trees that is changing. When autumn arrives, many North Country businesses shift gears. For some, it is a slower season. After the tourists and second homeowners have left town, things can feel pretty sleepy. Some shops close down altogether. But for other small businesses, this is a busy time, as final harvests are brought in, shelves are restocked, and new plans are made. Brian Mann has our story.

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Adirondack Bureau Chief

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