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Commemoration Day takes place to celebrate film legend Jean Arthur
A formal dedication to honor the "Mr. Deeds" star is set to take place next month in Plattsburgh, with speakers including Mayor James Calnon and Arthur biographer John Oller, who wrote a book about the screen legend.
This spring, Seton Academy will say goodbye to its sixth-grade class for the last time as Seton Catholic Junior High School will house the classes to come.
Plattsburgh Town Councilman Michael Cashman announced his candidacy for the office of Plattsburgh Town Supervisor on April 13.
On Saturday, April 25 from noon to 3 p.m, the Clinton County Historical Association (CCHA) will open two new touchscreen exhibits: “The History of the Plattsburgh Barracks” and “Clinton County Civil War Record.”
Dining Out for Life takes place in three North Country restaurants
The North Country's own Blue Collar Bistro, Aleka's Restaurant and Livingood's Restaurant & Brewery will be participating in annual state-wide dining out event.
At the rugby field, remembrance plaques and trees have been planted to remember Anthony "Tony" Santandrea and Trevor Green, rugby players who died while students of SUNY Plattsburgh.
A local group is working to bring awareness to illiteracy and meet the education needs of students in Africa.
Jan Couture, the Town of Saranac historian, will host the History of Saranac Tour April 26 in commemoration of five Saranac residents who helped capture John Wilkes Booth.
The City of Plattsburgh is looking for a variety of vendors to participate in their first ever market day event, The Most of the Coast, this May.
A new student-run awareness campaign at SUNY Plattsburgh will use free "Burghy Bucks" to determine which college program will receive a $5,000 gift from an alumnus.