Public Radio station evacuated but still on air
ALBANY — Due to an underground gas leak, WAMC/Northeast Public Radio was forced to evacuate its offices and studios on Central Avenue in Albany on Wednesday.
The station will be broadcasting network programming from the BBC and National Public Radio until authorities deem it is safe to return to the building.
In the meantime, listeners can keep apprised of the situation by accessing WAMC’s website at wamc.org or Facebook page at Facebook.com/wamcradio.
Flu clinic will accept walk-ins today
PLATTSBURGH — The Clinton County Health Department will be allowing walk-ins to the flu clinic scheduled for today.
The clinic will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Health Department at 133 Margaret St., on the second floor in the large meeting room.
Those who have already scheduled an appointment should arrive for the scheduled time; walk-ins will be fit into next available open time slots.
The vaccine cost is $30 unless covered by your insurance.
Flu mist is no longer available at the Clinton County Health Department, but all other flu vaccine is still in ready supply for all age groups. People are asked to dress appropriately (short sleeves) for easy access to the upper arm.
For more information on flu, go to the website at www.clintonhealth.org or visit Facebook at www.facebook.com/clintonhealth.
Students to learn about State Legislature
PERU — The League of Women Voters has asked area state lawmakers to volunteer their time to educate and interact with students from area schools in Clinton and Essex counties so they can learn how the New York State Legislature in Albany works.
This program is presented through the eyes of Sen. Betty Little, Assemblywoman Janet Duprey and freshman Assemblyman Dan Stec. It will be held 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 26, at Peru Central High School.