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Big news in the Enterprise, 1930s

May 31, 2014 Taxi cab service was a big business in Saranac Lake until Trudeau, Stony Wold, Will Rogers and the New York State tuberculosis hospitals in Ray Brook started shutting down in the mid-1950s; to say... more »»

Saranac Lake as an art center

May 24, 2014 I work at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid three days a week, more or less, and deal directly with visitors to the area … after I have regaled them with my intimate knowledge of the 1980 Olympic... more »»

Back by popular demand: SLPD blotters

May 17, 2014 May 15, 1930 ([time of day not noted as in later police blotters) —?Call from State Police at Malone Barracks asking to try and detain a Marquette sedan. Pa. license plate. more »»

Friars of the atonement settle here

May 10, 2014 When the Franciscan order bought the property in the Glenwood Estates in February, 1939 I am sure they could not imagine what they were creating for the future. St. more »»

More big news from the Enterprise, March 1922

May 3, 2014 What a response last week when I published here the names and grade averages of students in the Saranac Lake Senior High School. more »»

How bright were your relatives?

April 26, 2014 Ed Petty, son of that famous Adirondack man, Clarence Petty, who lived to be well over 100 years, brought a March 1922 copy of the Enterprise to editor Peter Crowley. more »»

Saranac Lake as an art center

April 19, 2014 I work at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid three days a week, more or less, and deal directly with visitors to the area. more »»

Daring robbery in Saranac Lake

April 12, 2014 The Enterprise front page headline on October 17, 1938 read: “Police Press Search for Four in Daring $5,000 Fur Robbery. more »»

Saranac Lake chamber alive and well

April 5, 2014 The Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce almost folded a couple of years ago: deep in debt, paying the executive director an annual salary of $65,000, discarding the logo pin with the “green side o... more »»

Stories from the police blotters

March 29, 2014 As we all struggling to get out of this extremely tough winter; too much cold weather, too much snow and too much complaining about it all; so here is a look at some March shenanigans in Saranac Lak... more »»

Historical trivia

March 22, 2014 Wait until you read more about the above photo. I have seen a few pictures of the old Town Hall burning but never a picture of any individual who was in the fire. more »»

President Coolidge and the summer of 1926

March 15, 2014 It is always fun to find something new, at least new to me, about Republican President Calvin Coolidge and his Summer White House on Osgood Pond where he and Mr. more »»

About Presidents Cleveland and Coolidge

March 8, 2014 This little piece of paradise has probably had more visits by U.S. more »»

Building the Saranac Lake Free Library, 1909

March 1, 2014 Among a folder full of historic Saranac Lake papers, given to me by my friend Greg Peacock, is the original contract for the erection of the first building for the Saranac Lake Free Library on Main... more »»

Saranac Lake police blotter, Feb. 1932

February 22, 2014 It was pretty quiet in Saranac Lake in February, 1932 but there are always funerals. The police provided service to three funerals in February. Feb. 4, 11 a.m. more »»

Albert Einstein again

February 14, 2014 It always amazes me that the famous physicists, Albert Einstein spent so much time in Saranac Lake. more »»

Saranac Lake winter life, 1913

February 8, 2014 Winter Life is a magazine published by the Adirondack Enterprise, 100 years ago, in 1913 and now re-issued by the Enterprise. It is on sale at the Enterprise office for 5 bucks. more »»

Saranac Lake history document

February 1, 2014 The Adirondack Daily Enterprise has re-issued a 1913 publication entitled Winter Life which is on sale at the Enterprise offices for $5. more »»

Saranac Lake police capture escaped con

January 25, 2014 Two Saranac Lake police officers had their hands full one summer night in 1948 when they were alerted by officials at Wallkill State Prison near Highland about an escaped convict who may be heading... more »»

George Delcour pardoned by Governor

January 17, 2014 Part 2 of 2 --- This is a brief recap of last week’s column: The Governor of New York at the time, Nathan Lewis Miller, gave a full pardon to George Delcour who had been convicted of killing a polic... more »»

 
 
 

 

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