- Amazing Neighbors
Volunteer spreads new lifesaving techniques
Charlotte Hackett, a SUNY Plattsburgh senior, spends plenty of her time volunteering with the American Red Cross to teach people how to prepare for disasters.
Local man providing mental-health support at shooting site
Bob Fitzgerald worked with other health-care professionals to provide solace to those affected by Navy Yard shooting.
Plucky Rooster winners chosen
Evergreen Day Services staff and residents craft winning model in the Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration contest at Champlain Centre mall.
Concern for fire victims generates generosity
A fundraiser for Alexa Limato, the SUNY Plattsburgh student who was severely burned in the blaze at 15 Couch St. in the City of Plattsburgh last Friday, takes place tonight.
Pink tow truck to lead cancer walk
Registration for Saturday's event in Malone is at 9 a.m.
Benefit to help Peru woman fighting cancer
Deb Duval, a longtime Northern Orchard employee, is supported by family, friends and coworkers during her treatment.
Local man reminisces about car sinking in '62
Bob Santor and his father, Leeward, nearly perished when the Model A they were using while fishing on Lake Champlain broke through the ice in 20 feet of water near Valcour Island in March 1962.
CVPH nurse offers life-saving skills to Dominica
Donna Brault, a nurse in the hospital's Intensive Care Unit, recently traveled to the Caribbean to provide health-care providers with basic life-saving techniques.
Heritage Park nears completion
A new clock is part of ongoing work at the new town park in Wilmington.
Wrestling with trees proves fruitful
P-R staffer shares story of daughter determined to get ripe pears by any means necessary.
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