Jay to briefly turn off taps

Be advised that residents of the Jay Water District will be experiencing an interruption in water service Thursday, July 16.

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Kutting Edge Studio set for grand opening

Having worked in the Port Henry salon previously owned by colleague and mentor Carol Genier, Peters now takes the helm of the long-time, established salon business with the new name of Kutting Edge Studio.

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Thurman’s ‘white space’ broadband project awarded as ‘Most Innovative’ in NYS

Thurman leaders' groundbreaking "white space" project to bring Internet access to the residents of their sparsely-populated town experienced local political opposition and a myriad of technological challenges — but it overcame them all. Recently, the wireless access project was named "most innovative" in the state.

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Fireworks misuse prompts new concerns

Fire officials warned all across New York State warned county leaders about the public safety hazards of ground-based fireworks when they were considering to make the sale of the items legal. Now, considering the public outcry about fireworks misuse and the various fires and injuries that occurred since they were legalized, the fire officials concerns are justified, many citizens have said.

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Mario’s Restaurant of Lake George awarded

Proprietors Paul and Nancy Nichols hailed

Not only is a landmark family-owned restaurant in Lake George awarded for its cuisine, hospitality and longevity, but its owners are praised for their unparalleled community service.

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Edgemont Bed and Breakfast opens

Vincent Dupont sprayed champagne during the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Edgemont Bed and Breakfast, located on 284 Edgemont Road. It is being managed by Shelly Budwick.

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LPG Business Services offers QuickBooks consulting to help business owners

Louise Pilon-Graham, owner and accountant of LPG Business Services, is now a consultant and trainer on QuickBooks — helping out the business, setting and cleaning up their files and training the bookkeepers already in that business.

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Caboose concession moved to Thurman, new train cars added

The Saratoga-North Creek Railway takes steps both towards enhancing passengers' experience as well as boosting freight traffic— steps toward making the railroad a sustainable operation.

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DEC to enhance cycling opportunities in Chain Lakes Complex

Nearly 20 miles of administrative roads in the Essex Chain Lakes Complex in the Central Adirondacks will open to bicyclists beginning July 4, state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announced today.

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Tannery Pond Center announces merger, rebranding

Board members say a merger between the Tannery Pond Community Center Association and the Upper Hudson Musical Arts will benefit each organization and the community.

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July 4th weekend events to dazzle crowds

Festivals fireworks, patriotism and community events abound in the southern Adirondacks this weekend!

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New Adirondack Wine & Food Fest draws crowd

Attendance at the new Adirondack Wine & Food Festival in Lake George surpasses expectations, as it draws a crowd to taste regional wines and food specialties prepared with fresh and local ingredients.

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Town of Long Lake announces its Adopt-A-Bear Program

The iconic Long Lake Mama Bear, as originally drawn by graphic designer, artist and photographer Peter Lemon, is the focus of a new contest to celebrate the arrival of the Cycle Adirondacks tour to Long Lake on Friday, Aug. 28.

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Stewart's announces grand opening celebration for Ti store

Stewart's in Ti will give customers some price breaks as part of its July 11 grand opening celebration. There will also be an ice cream eating contest

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'Wild Walk' to be unveiled Saturday, July 4

The Wild Center is preparing to open its latest addition to the public this Saturday — 1,270 feet of elevated walkway snaking through the Adirondack tree canopy called Wild Walk.