Quilting history a stitch at a time
Local group seeks cot-to-coffin quilts for the Battle of Plattsburgh Quilt Exhibit 2014.
Peacock to host talk on 90-miler
The presentation will cover the history of the area as well as Peacock's own experience traveling the route.
Plattsburgh couple right at home in Missouri city
Marvin and Lillian Stacy visited Plattsburg in that state while on a recent trip.
MLK celebration today
Retired journalist Peter Slocum is the keynote speaker at the annual celebration honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Plattsburgh.
Historic Hotel Saranac restoration looks to details
Early architecture, decor, ornamentation are key elements in preservation project in Saranac Lake.
Hero recalled by Lewis peak's name change
Slip Mountain is once again MacDonough Mountain, for the man who led American forces to victory on Lake Champlain in 1814.
Battle Museum has new director
Dave Deno describes goals as he takes over for departing Tammy Brown.
- Paul Smiths property nominated for historic registers Northbrook Lodge, located on Osgood Pond, is the only North County property included on the latest state and federal list.
West Chazy man remembers Mandela
Paul Ferrari, once an anti-apartheid activist, was the son of a diplomat and friend of Nelson Mandela. INCLUDES VIDEO
JFK shooting etched in memory
Sandra Condon was selling a pair of gloves to a woman in Herman's department store in Plattsburgh when the awful news came; others around the North Country recall exactly what they were doing then, too.
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