MOORE - A funeral service for Billie E. Moore, 69, of Aspen Court, Plattsburgh, who died Sunday, June 16, 2013, was held on Wednesday at Our Lady of Victory Church in Plattsburgh. A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated by Rev. William Reamer, Pastor. The pall was place on his casket by his wife, Linda Moore and his daughter-in-law, Michelle Moore. The crucifix was placed by Mary Moore, a Bible was placed by Lauren Moore and a rosary was placed by Meagan Burdo. Readings were done by Lauren Moore and the gifts were presented by Lauren Moore and Meagan Burdo. Words of Remembrance were given by Michelle Moore. Pall bearers were Matt Moore, Jacob Moore, Joshua Moore, Larry Mitchell, Danie Mitchell, Mike Mitchell. Burial followed in St. Peter's Cemetery where Rev. Reamer recited committal prayers. Arrangements are in the care of the R.W. Walker Funeral Home, 69 Court St., Plattsburgh.
- Rabid animals sighted Essex County Public Health has set its rabies prevention clinics.
Floods dampen North Country
Streets in The Flats area remain closed due to volume of water from the swollen Salmon River; many other roads flooded around region.
Oak St. apt. damaged in blaze
The blaze at 57-59 Oak Street in Plattsburgh was mostly contained to a single second-story unit.
Police: Child played with lighter before fire
Likely cause of blaze at 42 Smith St. in City of Plattsburgh determined after police interview with a tenant and her children, authorities said.
Carter's clothing store opens today at Consumer Square
The children's clothing shop opens today in Plattsburgh.
Old town garage removed in St. Armand
New construction starts May 5, well under anticipated cost.
Sewer, water line work to start on Broadway
Saranac Lake project will extend through June, creating one-way traffic.
- Change of season means check wells Contaminants can show up now that wouldn't other times of year, Clinton County Health Department says.
Of Interest: April 17, 2014
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