Bruin killings are on the rise in New York By Pete DeMola Times Union, Albany LONG LAKE — Bears are universal in Long Lake. Bear images dot the signs of real estate firms, pubs and diners, ice cream parlors, on homes, at the public … [Read more...] about A bear situation or a people problem?
Pilot Thomas Helms passes By Pete DeMola, Times Union The skies over Long Lake are quieter this week. So are the basketball courts, where a group of players met for pickup games for decades. In this tiny lakefront community, the game was … [Read more...] about Adirondack skies missing Long Lake legend
Adirondack Experience acquires pistol of legendary Long Laker Mitchell Sabattis By Philip Terrie It was the golden age of Adirondack sport. The lakes were full of trout, the woods full of deer. The carnage of the Civil War was over. Urban men … [Read more...] about Relic of a revered guide
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
Found in violation, business owner protests Adirondack Park Agency's enforcement process By Gwendolyn Craig A Long Lake business owner will pay a fine and remove his deck after the Adirondack Park Agency ruled he had built it illegally. The … [Read more...] about In Long Lake, a deck dispute prompts landowner to push back
By Wendy LiberatoreTimes Union This story was originally published in the Times Union of Albany. LONG LAKE — With the plan to sell the 36,000-acre Whitney Adirondack estate faltering, owner John Hendrickson will now look to subdivide the … [Read more...] about A new plan for the 36,000-acre Whitney property