Catholic Charities to close counseling services in Plattsburgh
Sister Donna Franklin, diocesan director of Catholic Charities, said funding led to the cut.
Tensions on the 'faith and family left'
One group of liberal voters, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly, feel overwhelmingly that there is a connection between morality and belief in God.
Faith Briefs: July 18, 2014
Take a look at brief faith-and-spirituality-related news of note around the North Country.
Editorial: Derek Jeter a breed apart
How can any newspaper, especially one in the Northeast and especially in New York state, resist one last sendoff for the great Yankee Derek Jeter?
Letters to the Editor: July 18, 2014
Letters from readers around the North Country.
Speakout: July 18, 2014
What people around the region are talking about.
Remembering the Sixties
Each Memorial Day and Labor Day in the early 1960s, about a dozen of us city-dwellers drove to Lake George, writes columnist Ken Wibecan.
- Buksa pitches Mariners past Rovers Brandon Buksa earned a win for the Senior Mariners, while Gerrit Rietsema was on the mound in the Junior Mariners' victory over the Adirondacks.
- Lefebre sets the bar in FLW tourney Dave Lefebre took lead the in professional standings on the first day of the Rayovac FLW Series bass tournament on Lake Champlain, and Steve Brinster took the co-angler lead.
- Dodgers end CVBL regular season with win The Adams Glass Dodgers defeated the Peabody's Padres 4-3.
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