North Countryman, Burgh Editor
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The North Country Alliance for Public Education is hosting another in a series of public forums on the Common Core education mandates.
The North Country Chamber of Commerce hosted a standing-room-only crowd of local business people and politicians for their annual New York State Legislative Breakfast Feb. 28.
The North Country Chamber of Commerce unveiled its annual Issue Survey, which among other things measures levels of business confidence, and the numbers this year remain are strong.
Confidence is running high within the City of Plattsburgh’s political apparatus that a deal can be brokered on a city marina project in time to have something in the water by summer, but a major player in the process is pulling out.
Plattsburgh was part of a world-wide event last weekend, meant to shine light into the dark world of domestic violence.
Matt Doheny announced his bid for New York’s 21st Congressional District seat Feb. 19.
Seton Catholic Central Vice Principal Mary Forbes was honored recently for her 40 years as an educator at Seton Catholic Central, and St. John’s Academy before that.
Nestled amongst the hulking apartment buildings that make up the core of the Plattsburgh Housing Authority, the diminutive Ted K. Center offers a safe retreat for children from the housing authority to play, do crafts, get help with homework, garden, play video games, and just all around be kids.
At 5:10 a.m. Feb. 10, the Plattsburgh Police Department received a 911 call from a paper carrier on Maryland Road who found a note on the door at 79 Maryland Road reporting a murder suicide.
Law enforcement officers from two states and two different countries are descending on the village of Rouses Point, but instead of night sticks, they’ll be swinging hockey sticks.