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Gov. Andrew Cuomo was in Lake Placid today, making a couple of announcements. First, the Adirondack Daily Enterprise reports, the governor unveiled a new biotech partnership between the state, Clarkson University in Potsdam, and the Trudeau...
Hello! It’s the last full day of our spring fundraiser, so, quick plug, if you haven’t given yet you can take care of it right now, online. We’re having lots of groovy drawings as well — more on those here. So, you may have...
One of the North Country’s largest employers says it will cut 18 full time employees and cut the hours of another 15 full- and part-time staff. The move at Adirondack Health follows on the heels of lay-off and cutbacks at other medical...
This Saturday, musicians from across the region gather to perform in the third annual Food Pantry Benefit concert to be held at the Adirondack Carousel, 2 Depot Street in Saranac Lake. This is a family-friendly all day celebration of ...
OK, it's Super Bowl weekend. Let's talk beer. According to the New York State Brewers Association's list, there are more than a hundred breweries across New York. Two of the newest are in the North Country. Saranac Lake's Blue Line...
News stories tagged with "saranac-lake"
by Connie Meng
Aug 06, 2001 — Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern are Dead is the third play in repertory at Pendragon Theatre. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng drove up to see it last week and has this review. Go to full article
Jul 19, 2001 — The state of New York has bought one-thousand acres of land near Saranac Lake. The land deal will preserve miles of undeveloped shoreline. It will also protect an important canoe carry used by boaters. Brian Mann reports. Go to full article
by Connie Meng
Jul 05, 2001 — Wait Until Dark is currently running in repertory at Pendragon Theatre. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at a recent performance and has this review. Go to full article
by Joel Hurd
May 16, 2001 — A profile of the Maelstrom Percussion Ensemble, the Buffalo-based group is working with students in the Plattsburgh area, and wrapping up their visit with a concert at the Saranac Central School this Sunday. Joel Hurd has a profile. Go to full article
Mar 19, 2001 — A prominent Saranac Lake surgeon has resigned from the Adirondack Medical Center after performing knee surgery on the wrong leg. As Brian Mann reports, the AMC is implementing new safety rules to prevent similar mistakes. Go to full article
Feb 08, 2001 — After fifty years, the Saranac Lake Central School has decided to drop its team mascot name. The District school board voted 6-to-1 last night to retire the name "Redskins," a term which some in the community describe as insensitive or even racist. As Brian Mann reports, many of the school's students and alumni oppose the change. Others say schools across the north country will soon have to follow the district's lead. Go to full article
Feb 01, 2001 — Over the weekend, fourteen Americans and eighteen Canadians played hockey in Saranac Lake. Hardly unusual, but what's new here is that both teams were made up of amputees--athletes from both countries who've lost a limb to illness or disease. As Brian Mann reports, the competition is meant to help injured players recover their physical skills. For those who are passionate about hockey, getting out on the ice is also a way to feel normal again. Go to full article