Owners aim to create local gathering place as well as a getaway By Tim Rowland Its blond wood gleaming and glass sparkling after a nine-month makeover, the long-dormant Paleface ski center on Route 86 in Jay has reopened as the NewVida … [Read more...] about At NewVida, amenities for both locals and visitors
Working with forest landowners, Birch Boys business achieves USDA organic certification By Holly Riddle Outdoor enthusiasts in the Adirondacks have likely come across chaga many times. However, while this parasitic growth that pops up on birch … [Read more...] about Cha-cha-chaga!
Paleface estate and mansion sold to wellness entrepreneurs By Tim Rowland The former Paleface ski center and adjoining estate in Jay has been sold to a downstate couple who plan on keeping the property in the hospitality business, with a focus … [Read more...] about In Wilmington, a new life for defunct ski center
After decades of vacancy, former Frontier Town A-Frame readies for re-opening By Tim Rowland The former headquarters of a 20th century theme park in North Hudson is on schedule for a grand re-opening in September as the new headquarters for … [Read more...] about A new life for an iconic landmark
By Tim Rowland Long Lake businessman George Carrothers told Town Board members Wednesday night that he will not fight an Adirondack Park Agency directive to tear out a lakeside deck at his bake shop, nor will he close a popular causeway to the … [Read more...] about Long Lake business owner: Public access to causeway to remain in place
'Help wanted' signs abound in Adirondack communities By Jamie Organski As summer marches on, one would be hard-pressed to find a retail shop, restaurant, bar or other establishment that isn’t desperate for additional workers to help businesses … [Read more...] about Businesses struggle with limited, overworked staff; influx of summer visitors