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Lake Placid proposes changes for sandwich board signs
If approved, A-frame sandwich board signs such as this one, pictured outside Bookstore Plus, would be allowed on Main Street and Saranac Avenue in Lake Placid, under certain guidelines. (Enterprise photo — Griffin Kelly)
Meet Reis, the therapy dog warming staff, students' hearts
"Sometimes she gets bored in the office, so she goes into different rooms," 6-year-old Harper Strack said. "She follows Mrs. Franklin all the time."
Alleged school threat maker jailed in NYC
Dereck Sumair, the 27-year-old former Sunmount resident from Queens who has been charged with posting a school shooting threat on Facebook, was brought to the Bronx-based Anna M. Kross Correctional Facility on Rikers Island, on June 14 for felony arson charges, according to jail records.The arson ch
Sleepy Saranac Lake awakens - The Boston Globe
In a way, Saranac Lake, N.Y., reflected its history for years — just not in a way this tight-knit community of approximately 3,500 residents would like. A center of tuberculosis care in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, patients from around the world once flocked to the village to take in the
Recent Adirondack Forest Ranger Highlights -
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Forest Rangers respond to search and rescue incidents in the Adirondacks. Working with other state agencies, local emergency response organizations and volunteer search and rescue groups, Forest Rangers locate and extract lost, injured or distr
City Fire responding to house fire
PLATTSBURGH — The City of Plattsburgh Fire Department is responding to a fire at a home at 77 Johnson Avenue here.Clinton County Dispatch put out a call for the fire around 7 p.m. with City of Plattsburgh Fire Department responding.A firefighter at the scene reported flames showing in a radio report
Volunteer firefighter accused of arson in Ticonderoga
Riley J. OHara has been suspended from the Ticonderoga Volunteer Fire Department, pending a police investigation into a number of arson charges, Fire Chief Matthew Watts said.
Tupper Lake native serves with Navy Strike Fighter Squadron
LEMOORE, Calif. — A 2008 Tupper Lake graduate and Tupper Lake, New York, native is currently serving with a U.S. Navy strike fighter squadron, which flies one of the world’s most advanced warplanes.
Dylan Ratigan: a powerful voice for reform
Dylan was born and raised by a single mom in Saranac Lake, and his family has roots in the district dating back to the mid 19th century. After graduating from Saranac Lake High School, he went to Union College in Schenectady, just south of the district. He moved down to New York City for a few years
Letter to the editor: Martz is moderate, can beat Stefanik
I base my opinion of Emily Martz on over 23 years of elective service. I co-founded and chaired the AATV in 1993 to help Adirondackers have a seat at the table in Albany on Adirondack issues. Bill Owens was selected as the Democratic candidate in 2009 by county Democratic Committee chairs because he
Shooting Stars Youth Biathlon in Lake Placid
US Biathlon is offering a camp for BKL skiers 10 to 14 years old at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, New York June 30 - July 1, 2018. Led by Olympic Gold Medalist and long time US Biathlon coach Algis Shalna, the camp will offer an introduction to biathlon including marksmanship using .22
13 years after selling, Grimones open a new hunting-fishing store
SARANAC LAKE — Sam Grimone says he missed the people, and that’s why, 13 years after selling the Blue Line Sport Shop, he and his wife Nancy opened a new hunting, fishing and camping store called Woods and Waters.
Local boy's movie about dog benefits abused animals
GRIFFIN KELLY/ENTERPRISE PHOTOLincoln Norfolk and his dog Luke at the premier of Lincoln’s short film, “Finding Home,” at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts.
Grease fire severely damages Plattsburgh duplex
PLATTSBURGH — One man was treated for burns and two families were displaced after a grease fire damaged a duplex home at 77 Johnson Ave. here Wednesday night.Clinton County Dispatch put out a call for the fire at 7 p.m., with the City of Plattsburgh Fire Department responding.It was originally repor
Teen arrested on arson charges
TICONDEROGA — An 18-year-old allegedly burned a barn to the ground early Monday morning and is suspected in connection with several other fires over the last couple of months, police say.The teen, whose name was not released by police, was arrested Monday and charged with arson.The Ticonderoga Volun
Volunteer firefighter accused of arson
TICONDEROGA — The 18-year-old accused of burning down a barn Monday was a firefighter.Riley J. OHara has been suspended from Ticonderoga Volunteer Fire Department, pending a police investigation into a number of arson charges, Fire Chief Matthew Watts said.OHara was arrested Monday and charged with
4 arrested on hazing, conspiracy charges
PLATTSBURGH — Three people are facing a slew charges after they allegedly held a woman captive and assaulted her in an apparent attempt to join a “private vigilante group.”A fourth person was also charged in connection with the incident.Michael J. Parent, 31, and Tasheena M. Goodreau, 29, both of Pl
Primary candidate Emily Martz: 'It’s building the relationships'
MICHAEL GOOT/POST-STAREmily Martz of Saranac Lake, a Democratic candidate seeking the congressional seat in the NY-21 District, addresses The Post-Star editorial board.
Keene bike crash sidelines Burlington PD chief
KEENE — Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo was whizzing on his bike down the hill on State Route 73 from Cascade Pass toward the hamlet of Keene when he crashed Saturday and ended up in the hospital.“I know that he was going at a pretty good clip and that he was trying to ... basically slowly
Police: Trio beat woman as entry to ‘vigilante group’
Michael J. Parent, 31, and Tasheena M. Goodreau, 29, both of Plattsburgh; Carole A. Prim, 17, of Keeseville; and Cory M. Joy, 24, of AuSable Forks were all charged with fourth-degree conspiracy, a felony, and first-degree hazing, a misdemeanor.