There was a meeting of minds, signs and generations at Friday's Plattsburgh Climate Strike.


Throughout Friday afternoon and well into the night came one music lover after another, dragging sleeping bags, tents, and provisions to the former ski slope to partake in the 4th-Annual Otis Mountain Get Down. With the addition of approximately 3,000 concert-goers, the population of Elizabe…

U.S. Sen. Schumer calling for more protections

Members of the North Plattsburgh Wildcats and West Plattsburgh Jedi FC chase after a loose ball during a recent Town of Plattsburgh Youth Soccer League game at town fields in Morrisonville. With the fall season approaching, youth soccer is underway across the North Country.

Flight will take 15 more veterans to Washington, D.C. this Saturday


Alperen Avci, 3, giggles as he hops from stone to stone as his mom and brother watch him from along the edge of Hawkins Pond during CommUNITY Night at SUNY Plattsburgh. Students and locals took advantage of the fall-like weather to enjoy games, food and other activities around Hawkins Pond.

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Owner Nina Sullivan arranges a wide array of brightly colored and misshapen pumpkins and ghords on a large wagon as she and employees decorate the lawns for the upcoming fall season at Banker Orchards in Plattsburgh.

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Town of Plattsburgh Supervisor Michael Cashman says town will consider city's offer

Town Justice Kyle Canning steps down after Judicial Conduct Commission finds his social media post inappropriate

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Plattsburgh School Board approved Luck Bros. Inc. bid of $425,065 for portion covered by politician-secured funds.

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