You began your editorial concerning Common Core with “Everyone’s frustrated.” So it’s logical to surmise that if everyone is frustrated then all of us can’t be wrong.
Gratto plans to finish out the academic year at Northeastern Clinton. The married father of three boys said he plans to relocate and live in the Schroon Lake area.
A church home visiting activity is about to begin in the towns of Indian Lake and Minerva.
The 400 percent over-budget expenditure that occurred in the Town of Elizabethtown’s highway equipment line item is a classic example of how little the budget and tax cap actually matter if a town administration ignores their budget, as happened in 2013.
Denise Taylor Hodge and Taylor Sterling Goodspeed were united in marriage on April 11, in a small family ceremony on Makapuu Beach, Oahu.
The Warrensburg High School Band participated in the Music in the Parks festival on April 25th in Jackson, N.J.
PDA brings downtown Plattsburgh to life on Sunday
Destination Downtown will take place May 17 from noon to 4 p.m. for residents and visitors to enjoy downtown businesses on a Sunday.
Strides for James raises funds for CCC scholarship fund
Strides for James, a 5k/10k fun run to support the James Dean Wilson Scholarship Fund, will take place Saturday, May 9 at the William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute in Chazy.
Leaks in the roof of the 41-year-old Crete Civic Center have officials debating the future of the facility.
The Max Moore Memorial Treehouse project will have a groundbreaking ceremony May 9 at 11 a.m.
The 5K Color Run event will be taking place at Plattsburgh State University Memorial Field May 2 at 10 a.m. and is hosted by volunteers of Autism Speaks U and the women’s soccer team.
Design and concrete companies beginning work in May
After 11 years of fundraising and planning, the Saranac Lake SkatePark Committee has reached the final stage of a long push for a park in the heart of the village.
Daniel Dimick, graduating senior from Bolton Central School, is receiving The Bolton League of Fine Arts/Soave Faire 2015 Art Award.
Springtime in Thurman brings some challenges.
One Hundred Years Ago – May, 1915
Fifty-five global leaders in education, corporate, government and philanthropy sectors from five nations gathered in Essex last week to discuss the growing skills gap and the action steps needed to reverse the trend.
As the North Country struggles to slough off the rough edges of winter, volunteers across the region are giving local green thumbs a heady dose of intellectual fertilizer.