Keene Pride festival set for June 19

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KEENE — The Keene Pride Parade is returning for a second year. No longer restricted by state rules on mass-gatherings, the annual parade — one of the only townwide LGBTQ-plus Pride celebrations hosted in the Adirondacks — is expanding this year. After this year’s parade, there ...

Schools can choose to ditch masks when outdoors

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After a weekend of mixed messages on mask-wearing at schools, Gov. Andrew Cuomo released an official guidance on Tuesday, June 8 allowing districts to choose to lift mask requirements for students and staff when they are outdoors. Starting Wednesday, June 9, all of the school districts ...

Parking lot work may continue this summer

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LAKE PLACID — In his Main Street update to the Lake Placid Business Association on Tuesday, June 8, Mayor Art Devlin revealed a plan that could take one year off the Main Street reconstruction project. With village Highway Department Superintendent Brad Hathaway standing next to him at the ...

Village approves more summer events

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LAKE PLACID — Members of the Lake Placid Village Board of Trustees on Monday, June 7 approved several summer events that were not held last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, including the annual July 4 parade. - Ironman Lake Placid - As per a request from Ironman Lake Placid Race ...

‘They’re buying everything’

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Housing in the Adirondacks is still in high demand more than a year after the coronavirus pandemic triggered a rush of homebuyers in metropolitan areas to search for a rural respite. As of April, the latest month for which there is local market data, there were fewer homes on the market than ...