Southern exposure in Peru
Keith Herkalo and Joy Demarse build their dream-green retirement home.
A ride through time
Newly created War of 1812 Bike Trail enables cyclists to learn rich history of community while enjoying scenery of Plattsburgh area
Helping hands: Local surgeon changes lives in Ecuador
Dr. Marissa Matarrese recently returned from her second mission to the country, where she provided free hand-reconstruction surgeries through the nonprofit group Hands across the World.
Getting the picture
CCHA exhibit highlights county's hotel history.
'Among Friends' a riveting tale
Author Stephen Woodruff of Morrisonville wondered what would happen if a Quaker boy got mixed up in the Battle of Plattsburgh.
Book Briefs: March 30, 2014
Take a look at brief book-related news of note around the North Country.
Flags and flowers: City to take steps to beautify its streets
Mayor Calnon and Councilor Kasper are considering holding contests to come up with best flag designs and lawn decorations.
Champy, michigans and the monument
Facebook readers weigh in on what to put on an official City of Plattsburgh flag.
Local guide to New York Fashion Week styles
Sizing up the area for the latest trends from high-end collections.
The yin and yang of spring both infuse decor
Welcoming both the quiet emergence of the season, and those saucy flaunts of azalea, rhododendron and forsythia that follow
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