The Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced the nominees for the 2021 ARCC Business of the Year Awards.
Lids opened a store at the Outlets at Lake George on Friday.
Interest is “through the roof” in coming to visit this area for the big Fourth of July weekend.
LAKE GEORGE — A large-scale ice sculpture attraction is coming to Lake George — news that Warren County officials says is a “game changer” for boosting winter tourism.
Alexandra Davis has joined Bartlett, Pontiff, Stewart & Rhodes P.C. as an associate attorney.
The owners of Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course of Bolton have acquired tubing company Tubby Tubes of Lake Luzerne.
A Hudson Falls farm wants to build a beef and pork processing facility at the Airport Industrial Park.
Trampoline Advertising and Design Co. has appointed Kristin Stroebel and Jen Roe to new human resources and managing media director positions.
Blake Jones has been appointed senior vice president for Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co., Saratoga National Bank and Trust Co. and Upstate Agency LLC.
A new branch of Adirondack Trust Co. has opened on Main Street, Queensbury.
The former Rock Hill Bakehouse Cafe location in downtown Glens Falls is now an office building.
A new restaurant is coming to the former Outback Steakhouse on Route 9.
The Warren-Washington IDA has granted tax breaks to help Hacker Boat with its project to move into the old Perkins Recycling facility.
A public relations agency with a national focus and goal to elevate green companies has opened in Glens Falls.
Five Below, the discount chain that focuses on teenagers, is looking to move into the vacant space next to Aldi in Queensbury.
Hacker Boat seeks tax breaks for its project to renovate the old Perkins Recycling building in Queensbury into its new manufacturing plant.
Boats By George is not moving forward with its plan to purchase the Lake George Forum, citing the cost to renovate the building.
A local developer has purchased forthe former Valmet complex in Hudson Falls for $777,500.
EDC Warren County has named Jim Siplon as its permanent president.
Bennington Furniture has acquired Old Brick Furniture and will be changing the name of all stores to the Old Brick label.
Ash Anand has purchased the former Merrill Magee Restaurant and Inn and will use his Grist Mill staff to work on the new venture.
Eleda Waite has joined The Pines nursing home in Glens Falls as its on-site pulmonary expert.
The Cool Insuring Agency of Queensbury and Latham has been acquired by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., both companies announced on Friday.
VJP Hydraulics opened in August at 354 Gurn Springs Road in Wilton in the same building as Adirondack Tree Surgeons.
A Corinth Elementary School teacher has resigned after the district brought formal disciplinary charges against her for the second time.