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Sixth-grader heads fundraiser for headstone repair
Mikayla St. Louis was saddened by the vandalism in Independence Cemetery in Saranac.
Pedestrian-safety crusade gathers steam
As the second anniversary of the death of her son and three other teens approaches, Christol Mastic is stepping up her efforts.
Chiming in on cancer treatment
When patients complete their radiation treatment at the FitzPatrick Cancer Center in Plattsburgh, they have an option to ring a small bell to symbolize their completion of that phase of their treatment plan.
'Amelia' fundraiser showcases local charity spirit
Amelia Brennock, 9, was visiting family in Ellenburg when she was diagnosed with cancer last November.
Angel of Hope in Willsboro one of 122
The Children's Memorial Healing Garden, where the statue spreads its wings, is a place the loved ones of lost children can find solace.
PSU assistant professor's book earns Oprah pick
Elizabeth Cohen's book "The Hypothetical Girl" has a message beyond the endorsement, she says.
Peru family donates quilt to county
Ralph Arthur of Peru recently donated the quilt his wife, Betty Lou, created many years ago depicting the states of the Union and each state's bird and flower.
Keeseville 5-year-old finds balance
High-energy Matthew Gagnier isn't just more focused because he skateboards -- his moves impress, too. INCLUDES VIDEO
SUNY students raise breast-cancer awareness
And the money raised by sorority Alpha Epsilon Phi goes to SHARSHERET, a nonprofit that supports Jewish women facing breast cancer. INCLUDES VIDEO
Centenarian takes one day at a time
Grace Allen of Plattsburgh says her life has been "one grand story."
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