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Gibson Brothers begin new tour with guests on mandolin 8 hours, 25 minutes ago
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Hosts sought to welcome Canadian students in Plattsburgh 1 day, 8 hours ago
A taste of Broadway at Seton Catholic Central 4 days, 3 hours ago
Registration open for Warrior run 5 days, 8 hours ago
Halsey gravestone repair fund drive reopened 6 days, 8 hours ago
North Country careers available at biannual job fair 1 week, 1 day ago
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The Gibson Brothers are maintaining world-class caliber performances this spring while promoting their newest album thanks to a succession of professional guests on the mandolin.
Visiting Glens Falls, State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli expressed positivism that an economic rebound was underway in the state but he warned that the state and its municipalities were likely to experience continued financial stresses. He also spoke of a new initiative in his office to reinvest in local businesses — in order to spur job growth within the state.
Officials of Plattsburgh University are seeking community members who are interested in hosting an exchange student from a neighboring country while the student learns about American government and community services.
A miniature version of a classic musical, “Godspell,” is coming to Seton Catholic Central High School this weekend.
Registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Tupperpalooza Warrior Run.
With the start of a new season of outdoor hiking and recreation, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) urges hikers to be cautious and postpone hikes on trails above 3,000 feet until early June when muddy trail conditions are expected to improve.
The collapsing gravestone of Clinton County’s pioneer pastor and War of 1812 chaplain in Plattsburgh’s Riverside Cemetery was the focus of a winter collection county-wide to match a $5,000 grant opportunity from the National Daughters of the American Revolution.
North Country job seekers will have an opportunity to meet perspective new employers at the North Country Chamber of Commerce Job Fair from 4 to 8 p.m. May 15 at the West Side Ballroom, 253 New York Road.
“The Belle of Amherst,” a one-woman play written by William Luce, will be performed at the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts next weekend. The play was originally directed by Charles Nelson Reilly and starred Julie Harris. It opened on April 28, 1976, at the Longacre Theatre in Manhattan, where it ran for 116 performances.
On Tuesday, April 30, Mountain Lake PBS honored the winners of its “PBS Kids Go! Writers Contest.” The contest invited children from kindergarten through third grade to submit stories they wrote and illustrated for judging.
Plattsburgh State students, staff and community members joined in a rally on April 30 to empower survivors of sexual violence and to demand accountability after the annual Take Back the Night march was interrupted by negative remarks from a group of young men on Brinkerhoff Street April 27.
Long before Battle of Plattsburgh festivities take over the city in September, there will be a different battle in Plattsburgh. And this one will involve mixed martial arts.
On Monday, May 13, more than 150 students will perform in the Chazy Central Rural School’s Spring Concert.
The Relay for Life team “Motivators” will host a Zumbathon at the Our Lady of Victory Church at 4919 South Catherine Street, on May 10. The Zumbathon will begin at 7 p.m. and go till 8:30 p.m.