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Lake George festival revenue donated to LGPC for boat patrols

The Village of Lake George and the S.A.V.E. Committee has donated the proceeds of the village’s first annual “Festival for the Lake” to the Lake George Park Commission.

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New Businesses in North Creek

North Creek Antiques, The Gore Mountain Lodge and The Black Mountain Lodge and Restaurant

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Tailgate party, men’s sale planned at Hudson River Trading Co.

A leading North Creek Business hosts a truly unique event.

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First aid? Not so fast

ECH encourages residents to make ER last-chance stop

Elizabethtown Community Hospital (ECH) wants the public to know that while they’re always delighted to see you, residents with non-life threatening medical situations should first visit their primary care physicians before taking potentially costly trips to the emergency room.

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Warrensburg water system upgraded

The town board announced a new water well is now online, the town is having a plan developed for a new park on Queen Village Pond off Rte. 418, and an engineer will be preparing a study of the municipal sewer system.

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Empire State Winter Games boasts record turnout, spirited competition

Over 1,400 athletes from throughout New York returned to the Olympic Village of Lake Placid to compete for gold and glory in the Empire State Winter Games Feb. 6-9.

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Montcalm Street survey under way

People asked for their views of downtown Ti

What does downtown Ticonderoga need? The Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance is asking residents, business leaders and elected officials that question with hopes of developing clear goals for the community’s future.

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Despite citizens' concerns, Lake George Marriott project moves forward

A proposed six-story hotel and conference center in Lake George moves forward in the approval process, despite concerns over height, village ambiance, traffic, and the ability of the village to properly treat its sewage output. Some wonder that if approved, the project might spur other towering development projects in the Adirondacks.

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‘Cabin Fever’ coming to Ticonderoga

Businesses to offer specials, promotions

The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce has announced “Cabin Fever” specials and promotions at area businesses Saturday, Feb. 22, and Saturday, March 22.

Curtis Lumber promotes Laramie

Curtis Lumber announced the promotion of Gerald “Jerry” Laramie to the position of Lead Kitchen Designer, Adirondack Region at their Queensbury, NY store.

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State announces new site to promote Adirondack touring

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the launch of a new interactive Adirondack recreation planning tool to promote tourism attractions in the Adirondack Region and spur economic development opportunities.

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From Horace Nye to Essex Home for Rehabilitation and Healthcare

The handover for the county-run facility to the private organization Centers for Specialty Care (CSC) was delayed yet again several days before its scheduled handover on Friday, Jan. 31, this time because the parties wanted to “address a few loose ends,” relative to the septic system, said county attorney Daniel Manning.

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Lakes to Locks previews new tourism app

Those in attendance at a gathering of local chambers of commerce in Westport Jan. 23 got the chance to see a first-of-its-kind app being developed for Lakes to Locks Passages.

Brown hired at Essex Pallet

Essex Pallet and Pellet Company of Keeseville is excited to welcome their newest team member; Tammy Brown of West Chazy.

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Ticonderoga downtown group sets 2014 agenda

Ti Montcalm Street Partnership schedules events

The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership is planning a number of events and projects this year designed to attract people to downtown Ticonderoga.