The 111 run participants ran and or walked either the 3.1 mile course or 13.1 mile race that included a run up Baxter Mountain on Route 9N as part of the 33 Annual Doc Lopez Run for Hope which benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Friends of Mineville resident Lorraine Bergeron are holding a special baked ziti dinner fundraiser for her with raffles and silent auctions from 4 to 8 p.m. on March 30 at the Lewis Fire Department, 18 Fire House Lane.
North Country teachers are seeking fourth grade artists to create a new logo for the Battle of Plattsburgh festivities for 2013.
Kimberly LeClaire will be holding a four-week beginner’s course in the art of poi fire dancing at the ROTA Gallery, 50 Margaret Street, starting April 4.
Three bands to perform at ROTA Gallery
There were a lot of questions and a lot of different theories about what happened to the deputy mayor as his friends arrived to celebrate his 10th wedding anniversary. The story will unfold in the Our Town Theatre Group production of “Rumors,” by Neil Simon.
The Chazy Music Theatre will perform a high-seas comedic event with the production of “Anything Goes” at Chazy Central Rural School March 21 - 24.
In a show with pizazz, gangsters, good girls, glamour and the music and tales of composer Frank Loesser, the production “Guys and Dolls” will come to the stage at Keene Central School March 22 and 23 at 7 p.m.
It was a night full of girl power at Beekmantown Central School as teens from local schools came together for National Women’s Day on March 8.
Volcanoes, time machines, a life size model of the human body and models of centrifugal force were some of the many things demonstrated for visitors at Keene Central School’s Science Slam March 8.
Regional artists were awarded grants at the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts on March 8 for the first annual Tri-County Decentralization Grant Awards Ceremony. The event will be held simultaneously with the closing ceremony for the senior art show.
Creative Healing Connections will be holding the third annual Mad Hatter’s Ball to raise money for its women’s retreats.
The Tutus and Tiaras Dance will take place from 1-2 p.m., March 8 at the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts at 23 Brinkerhoff Street in Plattsburgh.
It was an emotionally charged afternoon for volunteers and friends of the North Country SPCA as 36 cats and 10 dogs made their journey in 11 cars from the 45-year-old aging shelter in Westport to the new state-of-the-art facility in Elizabethtown.
The world came to Keene through a special group of international students and performances of Spanish music from students in all grade levels for the Keene Central School’s first International Night on Feb. 28.
“A Year With Frog and Toad For Kids” is a whimsical show following the cheerful, popular Frog and the rather grumpy Toad. The play was performed on Broadway and has been adapted for children. The students will perform in the Willsboro Central School Auditorium, 421 West 54 Street, on March 8 and 9 at 7 p.m. and on March 10 at 2 p.m.
Regional artists will be awarded grants at the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts on March 8 for the first annual Tri-County Decentralization Grant Awards Ceremony. The event will be held simultaneously with the closing ceremony for the senior art show.
Students at Keeseville Elementary School kicked off their snow boots and gloves and traded them for grass skirts and sunglasses for their PBIS Day.
The prehistoric adventures of the tykes from millions of years ago were revealed through the eyes of young authors at Westport Central School.
Bruce Estus said he is going to spend his time ‘enjoying life’
After over 39 years of welcoming people with a smile and always having something nice to say on the chilliest and ugliest days, long-time Westport employee Bruce Estus has retired.
The Literacy Volunteers of Essex/ Franklin Counties will be holding its Winter Scrabble Tournament and Scrabble Day on Saturday, March 2, in Saranac Lake and Port Henry.
There were no injuries reported after a small plane carrying three people crashed in the Adirondack wilderness near Lake Placid on Thursday, Feb. 21.
A fire destroyed a two-story home on 169 Edgemont Road Sunday afternoon.
The Wooden Nickel will be holding it’s 25 anniversary Fish Fry to benefit the Elizabethtown-Lewis Fire Departments on March 3.
Musicians will play to support local food pantries at Carousel
Whether you are hungry for good music, starving for community action or just in the need of a great day, local artists are pooling their musical talents to raise spirits as well as funds for local food pantries.
A West Chazy couple who have traveled the world on a money-saving budget will host a presentation Feb. 21 to talk about how they were able to do it. Jaki and Rob Roy not only traveled on a shoestring but later wrote about it in their book titled “The coincidental traveler: an Adventure for budget-minded grown-ups.”
Robots and cookies, not the spyware but the sweets, will combine forces to raise money for the ENIAC Masterbots Robotics Team at the Winter Farmers Market on Feb. 9. Members of the ENIAC Masterbots Robotics Team, a sub-set of a Clinton County 4H group made up of area home schooled youth, hope to raise money to attend the World Festival in April.
What will you bring your sweetie for Valentines Day? How about a night of comedy. “It’s a lot better than flowers that are going to die or lingerie she’ll throw out, no woman will slap their man in the face for buying comedy tickets,” Adirondack Comedy Club organizer Ray Wayman said.
Less than nine months after Iowa Pacific Holdings opened The Exchange at North Creek retail outlet here on Main Street, the store has closed.
The Essex County Public Health has confirmed another raccoon with rabies in the Village of Keeseville.
Almost 30 area art programs were awarded funding through the 2013 Decentralization Grant Funding on Feb 1. The grants were announced by the North Country Cultural Center.
A Hamilton County judge Feb. 1 sentenced a North Creek whitewater rafting guide to one year in jail for negligible homicide after a woman died during a rafting trip in September.
The Long Term Recovery Group of Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties asked artists to channel the mixed reactions of three photographs taken in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene into art work.
The sweets, wine and jewelry will create a romantic atmosphere for couples at local wineries during Sweethearts Wine Tour on Feb. 9. “When I think of Valentine’s Day I think chocolates, cakes, wine and jewelry,” Amazing Grace Vineyard owner Mary Fortson said.
The parolee accused of trying ramming a police cruiser with a tractor has been found guilty of assault of a police officer.
The Vision to Action campaign received its report card from the community Jan. 24, with invested members of the community turning out to contribute to the direction they’d like to see Plattsburgh head.
The Lake George Winter Carnival will blanket the town with excitement during the month of February.
New York State Police today released the named of the two people killed in the Jan. 30 fire at 197 Pratt Road in Indian Lake. Both were residents of the mobile home: Anna M. Tracey, 71, and Roy J. Tracey Sr. Autopsies were performed the same day as the fire at the Nathan Littauer Hospital Morgue by Dr. Jungeun Lee. Police are saying they have been “tentatively” identified; positive identification is pending further forensic examination.
Egglefield Ford in Elizabethtown drove for their community and delivered a check for $1,810 to the North Country SPCA.
At the Keeseville Community Center, the skaters have started lacing up and enjoying a classic winter past time. The rink, located at 58 Liberty Street, was opened to the community on Dec. 31.
A Hamilton County grand jury Thursday, Jan. 17 found the owner of the Hudson River Rafting Company not guilty on two criminal charges.
A special artists’ market will display a vast array of artwork done in varying mediums and will include a family fun carnival day with activities for the whole family on Jan. 26 at the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts, 23 Brinkerhoff Street.
Regional wine makers will be bringing their finest vino to the fourth annual Winter Wine Fest to raise money for a new exhibit at a local museum.
The former Willsboro Central School — now the home of the Champlain Valley Senior Community — will welcome a former student as one of the building’s first residents.
Girls tour Moriah FD
The Moriah Volunteer Fire Department’s recently meeting was put on hold for a special tour for the young ladies of the Moriah Girl Scouts.
Police are still investigating if crimes are connected
A Keeseville man has been arrested in connection with the early morning robbery of the Stewart’s Shop on Cumberland Head on Jan. 9. New York State Police in Plattsburgh arrested David A. Brown, age 49, of Keeseville, in connection with the robbery of the Stewart’s Shop on State Route 9 at approximately 5 a.m. that same day.
Police are investigating if incidents are connected
The armed robbery suspect at the Plattsburgh Stewarts matches the physical description of the robbery at the Peru Stewarts Shop on Jan. 2. State Police Lieutenant Brent Davison said at both crime scenes the witness description of the getaway car and the suspect are similar.
Westport Central School students worked together to support High Peaks Hospice, and through bake sales, raffles and other fundraisers, they were able to donate $600.
As holiday office parties ensue and “Secret Santas” work their magic, one group decided to put away the gifts and bring in food and essential items for the local food shelf.
Special Olympian athletes are practicing on White Face Mountain as their final training session together before they athletes compete in 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games in South Korea.