Jeremiah S. Papineau
Editor, The Burgh and North Countryman
The news of the lives of four teenagers being cut tragically short last week received an overwhelming response from the North Country.
The Four Fathers are at it again.
New vocal ensemble to be focus of organization’s rebirth
Though Hill and Hollow Music has been out of the public eye for the past few years, that hasn’t meant the nonprofit organization has been resting on its laurels, says director Angela Brown.
Chazy Girl Scouts Troop 25 have shown their thanks to the men and women who have served and who continue to serve our country.
If you’ve ever heard there’s nothing to do in the village of Rouses Point, Geri Favreau wants you to know that’s definitely not the case — especially during the holidays.
Donations still being taken for underprivileged children
The countdown until Christmas may be something that officially begins with many people after Thanksgiving, but the countdown to help underprivileged children in developing countries through one specific effort is one that is already under way.
The lives of four teenagers were lost following a motor vehicle accident during the early evening hours Nov. 15.
What started as a conversation between co-workers has turned into an effort to connect soldiers overseas with their friends and family back home.
Howard E. Jennings III has unveiled a new album and it’s one he couldn’t be happier with, he said.
Organization needs votes for on-line contest before Nov. 22
Carrie Favaro is once again hoping for the support of the community in helping her niece and children just like her.