- Amazing Neighbors
Youth program launches I'm a Ted Kid campaign
The Ted K. Center hopes to bring awareness to the services offered for children and families living in Plattsburgh Housing Authority developments.
Mission of Hope surmounts obstacles
A pothole sidelined the vehicle carrying missioners to Newark to catch their flight; they reached the airport a few at a time in a pickup truck.
Mission of Hope executes plan B
Burlington flight canceled, the Nicaraguan-bound group rolled out of Plattsburgh by bus Monday evening, planning to fly out of Newark on Tuesday.
NCCS wins at Harvard Model U.N.
Justin Trombly took first in the essay contest; Joel Herzog and Rodney Grimshaw took home Outstanding Delegation award. INCLUDES TWO VIDEOS
50 years of firefighting
Jim King and Charlie Cobb were blown right out of the first fire they fought in Keeseville.
Altona centenarian celebrated
Town declared Hattie Boulrice Day in her honor.
Chazy Central senior hopes to raise $1,000 for library
A book sale planned by Michael Moore brought in $280 this Saturday.
Former music store owner studies Adirondack History
Gary Peacock, who previously operated Peacock Music in Plattsburgh, was the first student at SUNY Plattsburgh ever to study a minor in Adirondack history.
Saranac Central second-graders walk the walk
Tracking their steps with pedometers, the students raised money for Special Olympics.
Soldier recognized at State of the Union has local ties
U.S. Army Ranger 1st Class Cory Remsburg, wounded in combat, drew a two-minute standing ovation at the State of the Union address as relatives in Plattsburgh watched him on TV.
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