But Saranac Lake Mayor Clyde Rabideau wants the world to know that his village, on the fringe of the High Peaks region, has mountains, too. So the village designated six mountains, all within 15 miles of Saranac Lake, as “6ers.”
The weekend is packed with musical performances in the Plattsburgh to Lake Placid area. Shows will include performances by: Until We Are Ghosts & I for an Eye at ROTA, Ben Bright will play at Irises, Hot Mess takes over the Naked Turtle Stage, Bootleg will pirate the 8-Ball stage, Dynomatics bring the funk to Monopole, Livin’ & Lovin’ Country Dance Party at the Crete Center, Doom F**k, Heard, Haus of Starr & Rail play at Monopole.
The Greater Adirondack Ghost and Tour Company brings Plattsburgh's eerie past to life.
As the sun rose over Vermont’s Green Mountains on Saturday, May 18, 18 World War II veterans left Plattsburgh to visit the National World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. The trip marked the inaugural flight of North Country Honor Flight, a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring World War II veterans by taking them to the memorial.
Memorial Day will be observed throughout the North Country, but this weekend belongs to the community of Crown Point.
The Volunteer Scene
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.
Thoughts from Behind the Pressline
Is it just that the lure of a second presidential term is so unlike anything else that administrations will do anything to secure it?
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.
In her letter to the editor on May 4, Monique Weston begins by quoting the Second Amendment to the US Constitution.
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.
Steve Erman’s “It Needn’t be Rails vs Trails” says if the current Corridor Management Plan were to be “fully implemented”, it would “satisfy a very wide range of interests.”
All of the excitement of the Taste of Home Cooking School is coming to the Employees Mutual Association in Ticonderoga on Saturday, June 1.
A miniature version of a classic musical, “Godspell,” is coming to Seton Catholic Central High School this weekend.
The Board of Directors and Staff of the United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc., SUNY Plattsburgh Project H.E.L.P and the Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the 561 volunteers and all those who donated over 1250 food items on the Day of Caring.
Now that Sheriff Cutting has opened the topic of respect for the American flag (Valley News May 4), I feel compelled to further the conversation with my own humble observations.
Registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Tupperpalooza Warrior Run.
The Champlain Valley Habitat for Humanity is now accepting applications for families interested in owning a Habitat house.
My wife and I are in our early 30s and have been married for 2 years.
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.