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Mercy Living Center COVID Update

The total number of infected staff and elderly residents with COVID at Mercy Living Center increased by seven over the weekend. As of Sept. 13, 26 residents had tested positive, Scollin said. He said five more residents have tested positive since then, and four have exited quarantine as of Monday morning, reports the Adirondack Daily … Continue Reading Mercy Living Center COVID Update

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Upgrade Money For Adirondack Regional Airport

$8.5 million dollars is headed to the Adirondack Regional Airport from the state for upgrades to its terminal building. The project redesign and expand the main receiving area, with more windows, easier access for people with disabilities and improved HVAC systems, reports the Adirondack Daily Enteprise. There would also be an expansion of the Transportation … Continue Reading Upgrade Money For Adirondack Regional Airport

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Delegation Gathers Torch For World Universty Games

Less than four months before the start of the Lake Placid 2023 FISU World University Games, a delegation from the Adirondack Sports Council (ADKSC) and New York State traveled to Torino, Italy, over the weekend to collect the symbolic flame bound for Lake Placid and the Opening Ceremony on Jan. 12, 2023. The Lake Placid … Continue Reading Delegation Gathers Torch For World Universty Games

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Group Wants Looser STR Restrictions In Lake Placid

A group of about 40 short-term vacation rental owners in Lake Placid is reemerging with a new name and a goal to loosen village officials’ restrictions on day limits and unhosted STR permits in their newly-proposed STR regulations. According to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, members of the coalition are advocating for changes to the village’s … Continue Reading Group Wants Looser STR Restrictions In Lake Placid

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Tupper Lake Looks For Grant To Tie In Trail, Train Station And Biz District

The village of Tupper Lake is preparing an application for funding from the first round of the state’s new NY Forward grant program in an effort to weave together the state’s Adirondack Rail Trail and the Junction train station into the business district. The Adirondack Daily Enterprise reports the Junction area is the entrance and … Continue Reading Tupper Lake Looks For Grant To Tie In Trail, Train Station And Biz District

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Upcoming Outage Has New Times

An upcoming project designed to improve reliability and resiliency of utilities for residents and to support events, such as the Lake Placid 2023 FISU World University Games, will require a 10-hour planned outage. The Adirondack Daily Enterprise reports the outage was originally planned for 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. this coming Tuesday, but is now … Continue Reading Upcoming Outage Has New Times

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Fire At Little Italy In Saranac Lake

A fire was started early Wednesday by a suspected propane heater malfunction in an apartment above Little Italy on Main Street In Saranac Lake. According to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, the sprinkler system inside saved the building from flames but also flooded the building. Six apartments in the building were affected, and 11 people were … Continue Reading Fire At Little Italy In Saranac Lake

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Adirondack Regional Airport Getting State Funds

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that $230 million in awards to nine upstate airports for revitalization projects that reimagine and further modernize airports across upstate New York. Adirondack Regional Airport: $8.5 million for revitalization of the terminal building. The project will make reconfigurations that will expand the central receiving area for improved flow of people. … Continue Reading Adirondack Regional Airport Getting State Funds