A new report from the financial office at Lake Placid Central Schools shows over the past three years kids are purchasing significantly fewer meals provided by the school.. During the 2010-2011 school year, students purchased 61,679 meals. In the 2011-2012 School year, that number drops to 52,335 and last year (2012-2013) the number of purchased…
Saranac Lake Movie Nights continue Friday night (7/19/13) with the movie “UP” at the Berkley Green. Rain or shine at 9pm. We speak with Village Trustee Barb Rice about the event and it’s objectives .AUDIO – 071913 – Movie Night in Saranac Lake UP
The Third Thursday Art Walks in Saranac Lake Continue and we spoke with participants. A Concert tonight in the Harrietstown Town Hall – The Lake Placid Sinfonietta’s 2013 ADK Series Continues & More… AUDIO – 071913 – Events – Thursday Art Walk
AUDIO – 071813 – Lake Placid School District Energy Contract Plus Other Updates Lake Placid’s Schools are preparing for the implementation of their Energy Savings Capital Contract.. An initiative on the Ballot in May which was approved by voters increased state aid to 29.9 per cent of the project and includes replacement of a cooling…
The weather on Saturday is forcing the Town of Franklin to push back their Founders Day Celebration until Sunday
We Spoke with Katy Van Anden who is the Executive Director of the Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce at a recent
A new transportation study gives The Lake Placid Central School District good grades for student transportation.. Christopher Andrews at Transportation Services, says 337 students who ride the bus in the Lake Placid School District are well served and the system is efficient and effective. The study showed that the 8 routes in Lake Placid yields…
When it comes to fire protection, the rating of your local fire department has an impact on what you pay for homeowners insurance..
The Rail Trail Project from the Tupper Lake Train Depot to the Wild Center is on hold. The DOT has received requests from residents asking to identify whether they have rights beyond the Remsen, Lake Placid Corridor. Tupper Lake Mayor Paul Maroun explains.
Tupper Lake’s Village Board on Monday resolved to apply for two grants which would help building owners renovate and lower income residents find quality housing..
The Women’s Civic Chamber finds success in their effort to promote a community based garage sale in Saranac Lake.
Tupper Lake’s Snowmobile Club is raffling new snowmobile to help raise funds for a new groomer.. We talk about the trails, groomers and St Lawrence County.
The Saranac Lake Adult Center Board placed public funding from Harrietstown and North Elba in Jeopardy on Thursday with their vote to ban the previous director from the facility. and as of today, there may be no director at all as it appears the current director has said goodbye.
The Town of Harrietstown is in full support of the efforts by the Friends of Dewey Mountain group working to raise funds for a new lodge at Dewey. The Town Board approved a resolution in support of their grant application at Thursday’s Board Meeting
Congressman Bill Owens weighs in on House version of the Farm Bill. The House version of the bill differs significantly from the Senate version. Missing from the Bill, all of the nutrition programs which had originally been included to promote bi-partisianship in Congress.
The North Elba Town Board has approved two new crosswalks on Mirror Lake Drive. One where the steps come down from the Harbor Condominiums and the second next to the new entrance to Northwood School.
Three Life guards are recognized by North Elba Supervisor Robi Politi for their Diligence in saving an individual who was in trouble in the water.. Politi acknowledged the work of Carter Cruckshank, Emma Nye, and Hallie Kent.
The Village of Saranac Lake says they’re all in support of glade skiing opportunities in the Saranac Lake Wild Forest and voted unanimously on Monday to approve a resolution to that effect for consideration by the DEC as the agency begins to upgrade it’s policies for that area.. In their resolution, the Village Board said…
The Lake Placid Airport continues to receive good marks from residents and legislators following the recent completion of renovations and now begins work on a new project to extend the apron to the jet fuel station.
Lynn Wilson is the Grounds Superintendent at Craigwood in Placid. He and the Craigwood employees were recognized for their efforts at Tuesday’s Town Board Meeting at Craigwood.