TEST - A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Thursday, July 18, 2013, at St. John's Church in Keeseville for Joseph H. Test Jr., 78, of Country Garden Apartments, who died with his loving family by his side on Sunday July 14, 2013 at his home under the care of Hospice of the North Country. Rev. William Reamer celebrated the Mass. The gifts were presented by Craig Rock and Sheila Hortin. Words of remembrance were given by his granddaughters Liza Rock, Jessica Rock, Nicole Rock, Sarah Rock and close friend Carolyn Shipman. Pallbearers were his granddaughters Liza Rock, Jessica Rock, Nicole Rock and Sarah Rock. Burial followed in St. John's Cemetery where Rev. Reamer recited the committal prayers. Military honors were provided by the Vermont Air National Guard's Honor Guard. Arrangements were entrusted to Heald Funeral Home, 48 Court St., Plattsburgh, NY.
AVCS adopts budget
Proposed plan eliminates 5.6 positions through attrition.
Franklin County DA ticked at legislators
Derek Champagne may boot Finney Boulevard plans after computer expert's time called into question.
Councilors concerned about idle properties
Abandoned Plattsburgh units not yet foreclosed on fall into disrepair and affect neighborhoods.
No psychiatrist yet for Essex County program
The Mental Health Clinic is continuing to advertise, citing a general shortage as issue.
Moriah Center Bridge nears completion
Opened in January while unpaved, the span was closed again for continued construction.
PSU grad has new role at college
Sean Dermody named assistant to the vice president for administration.
Daffest set for this weekend
Tupper Lake has challenged Saranac Lake to a race on Daffest Derby Day; dust masks advised.
Essex County receives health grant
Funding will encourage health-promoting environment in schools and workplaces.
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Police Log: April 23, 2014
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