Coach Chris Stevens and the Saranac Lake High School golf team are recognized for their accomplishments by the Village Board on Tuesday.
The proposed law would have been a temporary measure to prohibit the new introduction of raising and keeping domesticated animals in the village. A vote was tabled until the next meeting.
The Village finally gives the go ahead for a skateboard park to be built in the park behind Community Bank in Saranac Lake. Trustee Barb Rice tells us about the proposed location.
A Joint Letter from the North Elba and Lake Placid Boards asks the Adirondack Health Board of Directors to slow down, and to put more time and consideration into the decision making process.
A Joint Letter to AMC Board says; As the leaders of the Lake Placid community, we respectfully ask that you give more time and consideration to your decision-making process. An independent professional study of all possible alternatives and the unanswered questions set forth above is clearly needed.
Saranac Lake Mayor Clyde Rabideau is reiterating the passionate commitment of the Board of Trustees to press the New York State Department (DOT) of Transportation for a quicker re-build of Lake Flower Avenue which is owned and maintained by the state. “We are on it,” Mayor Rabideau said, “Getting the DOT to do the reconstruction…
AUDIO – 052813 – Saranac Lake Youth Baseball Opening Day The League’s President is Danielle Phelan says there used to be an opening day when Mike Ritchie was one of the coaches. The league began over 50 years ago… A few years ago 200 kids participated in the program but this year only 150 are involved.…
Memorial Day weekend is a time to pay tribute to those who served and died fighting in America’s wars.. This weekend was no exception as residents of Saranac Lake and the surrounding communities gathered in Riverside Park following the Annual Memorial Day Parade down Main Street..
Two weekend events – Herb Clark Honored with a Plaque on the Saranac Lake Walk of Fame and Adirondack 46ers honor Clark for becoming the first registered 46er with a new stone at his gravesite in Saranac Lake.