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What's New In the Adirondacks

Four local businesses, including the oldest continuously owned tavern in the Adirondacks, are under new ownership with big plans to serve the Adirondack region in style. Find out what's new on the business and restaurant scene!

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Photo provided by Deer's Head Inn 

From holiday celebrations to winter carnivals, the fun never ends in the Adirondacks during the colder months. Renowned for its beautiful Ice Palace, the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival is set to return once again in 2017. If you'd like to be featured as a vendor or in the parade, find out what you need to do to apply now!

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Do you typically ski at Gore Mountain, or enjoy other winter activities in North Creek? If so, you have an exclusive opportunity to take advantage of a complete winter ski package with a luxury train ride from the Saratoga & North Creek Railway

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The holiday spirit is alive and well in the Adirondacks, and there is no shortage of local celebrations to experience! Whether you're looking for family-friendly holiday celebrations or some early winter season excitement, there's a lot to check out this weekend in the Adirondacks: December 9-11.

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Photo provided (credit to Shaun Ondak)
During the chillier months of the year, a local brewpub can be a great place to escape the cold and spend time with friends and members of the community. Tupper Lake's own Big Tupper Brewing is set to reopen its brewpub on Wednesday, December 7th, and offer an updated menu and more!

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Public meetings over the classification of the New York State-owned Boreas Ponds Tract have taken place since early November, and everyone - from local snowmobile clubs to environmental advocacy groups - has voiced their opinion on the issue. As these meetings wind down, the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) will have to weigh the pros and cons of each land classification proposal.

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There's a lot to think about during the holiday season: making plans with the family, picking out holiday gifts, and finding time to have fun. Take some time to relax this weekend and plan on attending one of these fantastic holiday and seasonal events going on in the Adirondacks!

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The Village of Lake Placid is recognized as a popular winter destination, but it is also a major supporter of green initiatives in the heart of the Adirondacks. To help raise awareness of climate change, Lake Placid will display a dozen 'Cool Globes,' a decorative and inspirational public art exhibit, throughout the village this winter season!

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Photo provided by Office of Gov. Cuomo
During this season, there is no shortage of holiday celebrations throughout the Adirondacks, such as the Ticonderoga Area North Country Christmas. One of the can't-miss events of North Country Christmas is the 4th of July in December Chicken BBQ on December 1, which benefits Ticonderoga's annual Best 4th in the North Celebration!

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The temperature is dropping in the Adirondacks, and the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) would like your help in finding a hunter who has been missing since Saturday, November 19. Despite the winter conditions, a search is underway in Clinton County near Moon Pond State Forest in Ellenburg, NY.

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Photo Credit: NYS Department of Environmental Conservation