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.
It was the second time the North Country Lumber Jills faced the Twin City Riot and it was the second time they won.
Today's the day! Plattsburgh City Beach will be invaded by hundreds of people braving freezing temperatures all in the name of supporting Special Olympics New York.
Spaghetti dinner fundraiser this Saturday to help group
Julieann Carter has been tracing family histories for friends and family for nearly three decades.
When 46-year-old Diann (Moore) Gordon was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer earlier this year, it marked the first time in her immediate family that kind of diagnosis had been handed down, said Gordon’s sister, Gail Carter.
The new home for the Chazy Public Library is nearing completion.
The Crete Memorial Civic Center was “packed”as Denton Publications and other fine sponsors hosted the second annual Taste of Home Cooking School Nov. 5.
The Peg and John Huchro Memorial Gazebo has received a little sprucing up.
Planning has begun to replace an aging bridge in the hamlet of Morrisonville.
Eileen Gardner is an aspiring writer. So, when she decided to learn more about breaking into the world of publishing, she went to a source she had heard a lot about — Publishers Weekly.
The efforts of one local nonprofit organization have helped further the efforts of another.
When Karen Newton took in a malnourished female thoroughbred named Taylor, she hoped to nurse her back to good health and one day find her a new, caring owner.
Students in four-county region could benefit from services, says director
The North Country Association for the Visually Impaired has a new resource in schools for students who are visually-challenged.
The cheerleaders at Chazy Central Rural School are hoping Clorox will give them M-O-N-E-Y. What does that spell? It could be their future.
Wearing a pink ribbon to raise awareness of breast cancer is one thing, but gathering more than a hundred people together to form one giant human pink ribbon? That’s new here.
The Taste of Home Cooking School will return to the Crete Memorial Civic Center Saturday, Nov. 5.
The Illegitimate Son of Mystery Science Theater 3000 — a group which gets together to view and openly mock bad cinema — will mark the 20th anniversary of the group’s founding with — what else — a film festival.
Taste of the North Country is only two weeks away.
Event to once again raise money for Special Olympics
Though Plattsburgh City Beach is known for being heavily-populated in the summer, there’s now at least one day a year when people are taking a plunge in less than warmer temperatures. And, this year, that day is Saturday, Nov. 12.
The town of Saranac could be on its way to court to prosecute a local landowner.
County Legislator Harry J. McManus is reexamining plans for a multi-use trail linking the villages of Champlain and Rouses Point.
St. Mary’s pastor credited for commitment Champlain
The life of one of the region’s arguably most influential men of his time has not been forgotten.
The move for the Dannemora Free Library is now officially complete.
Local rescue squad earns top honors at both regional and state levels
The dedication and committment of members of the Morrisonville-Schuyler Falls Volunteer Ambulance Service has received recognition not only the regional level, but has garnered attention at the state level as well.
While many musicians would dream of performing at New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall, Adrian Carr is dreaming of performing there again.
Friends and family of 10-year-old Christopher Goheens are coming together this weekend to show him their support.
The case of damage to the Samuel de Champlain Center Stage is now closed.
If you live in the hamlet of West Chazy, firefighters have plans to stop by your house next weekend. But don’t worry, it’s not an emergency.
The message from two local farms will be heard loud and clear this weekend — the door’s open, come on in.
Waffles and cartoons are a combination Kimberly Cummins is hoping people will like.
Clinton Community College is taking steps to be a more environmentally-friendly place for its students, faculty and staff.
Buying local products just got a little easier in the town of Chazy.
Firefighters are getting the word out about fire safety and this is a time of year when there’s a particularly more intense focus on the subject.
How far can a pumpkin fly? It depends on who’s doing the “chuckin’.”
Event starts off with early registration before noon
The Walk of Faith will celebrate its fifth anniversary this weekend and it’s an event coordinator Christa Covell-Reyell looks forward to each year.
Lamica running unopposed for remainder of predecessor’s unexpired term
Timothy S. Lamica is settling in as the new head of the Town of Chazy Highway Department, but he’s no stranger to the inner workings of the organization.
Laura Pritchard feels right at home. The director of the Dannemora Free Library has found a place for every book in the library’s new location in the new Village of Dannemora Office Building on Emmons Street.
When it comes to promoting small businesses, Suzie Thaller believes there’s always more that can be done.
The end of the season for the Plattsburgh Farmers and Crafters Market is here.
Restaurant equipment, desks among hundreds of surplus items
Everything must go — well, almost everything.
The Saranac Town Council is taking a closer look at how solar energy could benefit the municipality and its taxpayers.