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Business

OK sought for ‘The Other Side’ nightclub

LAKE PLACID — A local business owner has asked for authorization to operate a nightclub on Main Street, and the town-village Joint Review Board has set a public hearing on the request. Sonja Barney, the owner of Bowlwinkles, a bowling alley and family fun center, submitted an application ...

Off-Track Betting eyes kiosk in Lake Placid

LAKE PLACID — A representative of the Capital District Regional Off-Track Betting Corp. is seeking input on the possibility of bringing an OTB kiosk or two to Lake Placid. Willsboro resident Lorilee Sheehan, a Capital District Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation board member who ...

Lake Placid News reporter promoted to Enterprise managing editor

SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Daily Enterprise has a new managing editor. The Ogden Newspapers, which owns the Enterprise, named Enterprise and Lake Placid News Staff Writer Elizabeth Izzo to the position on Thursday, July 15. Izzo has spent the past two years covering the state ...

Should Ironman stay or go?

LAKE PLACID — It’s not yet clear whether there will be an Ironman Lake Placid triathlon next year. With its contract with Ironman up for renewal, the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism hosted a virtual meeting on Wednesday to gather feedback from the community on how the race impacts ...

New round of small business relief

LAKE PLACID — Small businesses affected by the Main Street and Saranac Avenue construction project this past spring are now eligible for grants from the town of North Elba Business Emergency Grant Fund. The program, originally designed to help businesses negatively affected by the ...