The Clinton County Historical Association partnered with City of Plattsburgh Historian John Krueger to offer walking tours of the Plattsburgh Barracks.
A Bon Voyage party took place Saturday, July 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. to say au revoir to the French students who arrived in the area just three weeks ago.
The Foundation of Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital awarded $10,000 in scholarships to graduating high school students in Clinton and Essex counties.
Locally available food shapes menu at Paul Smith's College
The St. Regis Café, a student- and faculty-run restaurant at Paul Smith's College, works with area farmers to shape a week-to-week, sustainable menu.
Funds raised by Internet crowd-funding campaign
A mysterious theft that has baffled concerned citizens and local law enforcement for nearly a year, while still unsolved, is set to be rectified later this year.
Louise Pilon-Graham, owner and accountant of LPG Business Services, is now a consultant and trainer on QuickBooks — helping out the business, setting and cleaning up their files and training the bookkeepers already in that business.
A highly-anticipated new walkway at the Wild Center is now open, an experience that takes visitors deep into the heart of an Adirondack forest before bringing them up to the treeline.
The Saranac High School graduation took place Friday, June 26 at the SUNY Plattsburgh Fieldhouse, coming just hours after the announcement of the death of Richard Matt, one of the two escaped Clinton Correctional Facility inmates.
A banner with the words ‘Been dreaming of this’ hung above the heads of 38 Chazy Central Rural School graduates Friday, June 26 during the school’s 97th annual commencement ceremony.
Peru’s 2015 commencement Saturday, June 27 was all about butterflies.
Beekmantown grads brings good memories and laughs to commencement
A humorous, cheerful bunch of Beekmantown seniors filed in two-by-two, some arm in arm, hand in hand and others who just danced their way to their seats for the commencement ceremony Friday, June 26 at 7 p.m.
Ten students will graduate from the University of Vermont Health Network – Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital School of Radiologic Technology on Thursday, June 25 at CVPH.
While voters approved Chazy Central Rural School’s (CCRS) 2015-16 budget, Northeastern Clinton Central School (NCCS) saw its spending plan fail for the second time.
Homesteading and Woodworking Weekend will take place at the Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum June 27-28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Three Clinton Community College faculty and staff members received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence for 2015: Jarrod Cone, Saundra Stortz and Debra Nelson.