GENEVIEVE M. HEMINGWAY, 85, formerly of the LaValley Road, Champlain, died Friday, Feb. 1, 2013 at the home of her son and daughter-in-law in Plattsburgh, under the loving care of her family and Hospice of the North Country. She was born in Mooers, August 14, 1927, the daughter of William and Della (Belrose) Matott. At Genevieve's request, there will be no public calling. Committal prayers will be offered at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, at the Whispering Maples Memorial Mausoleum, Tom Miller Road, Plattsburgh. Rev. William G. Reamer, CVPH Chaplain, will preside. A complete obituary will be in the Sunday Press Republican. Arrangements are in the care of the Hamilton Funeral Home, 793 Gilbert Road, Mooers.
- Fire chief: Redemption Center fire started in cooler Clinton County fire investigators continued to look into the cause of the blaze Saturday.
- Two entities eye Army Reserve Center The federal government will have the final decision if homeless services or a possible nine-county law-enforcement network would be housed at the Finney Boulevard site in Malone.
Former SUNY student pleads guilty to assault in AXP case
Abuse that fight was based on apparently never happened, Plattsburgh City Police chief says.
Family displaced after Chazy house fire
The cause of the blaze at 256 Trombly Lane remained under investigation Friday.
Fire damages Dannemora redemption center
Crews from six fire departments responded to the blaze.
New trails open at Fort Ti
Visitors to Fort Ticonderoga can now hike and canoe the national historic landmark's grounds and waterways.
Of Interest: June 29, 2013
Take a brief look at news of note around the North Country.
Hogansburg man charged with sex abuse
Bail for Victor P. Oakes is set at $5,000.
Three seek Port Henry trustee seats
Candidates for Village Board want to improve their community.
Students attend North Country Model U.N.
Several area schools are represented at the simulation event, hosted by Northeastern Clinton Central School.
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