Assemblywoman Janet Duprey expressed satisfaction with the passage of legislation (A.7303A) that will delay and reform the controversial teacher evaluations reforms enacted in this year’s budget on May 20.
The Essex Farm Institute, an agricultural education and research institution that aims to redefine sustainable farming, has hired their first full time executive director, Michele Drozd.
Following a battlefield year in public education, a core of local parents have begun to mobilize to discuss alternative options for their children.
Clinicians and Practice Managers from the Australian Association of Practice Management convened with Adirondack Medical Home Initiative (AMHI) partners for an information exchange event on May 7 as part of a Canada/U.S. study tour.
Chazy Central and NCCS await new election June 16
Every school district in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties saw successful passage of their budgets except Chazy Central Rural School (CCRS) and Northeastern Clinton Central School (NCCS).
Knights of Columbus donate nearly $32,000
When St. Mary’s School re-opens this fall, it will be with the help of the Knights of Columbus.
Gratto plans to finish out the academic year at Northeastern Clinton. The married father of three boys said he plans to relocate and live in the Schroon Lake area.
As the North Country struggles to slough off the rough edges of winter, volunteers across the region are giving local green thumbs a heady dose of intellectual fertilizer.
AuSable Valley Central's 2015-16 budget has come in at the cap. The district, like others in the North Country, also saw a slight GEA restoration.
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.
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.”
SUNY Plattsburgh students from the Department of Communications won six awards at the 73rd National Broadcasting Society conference held in Atlanta March 24-29.
Last week's round of Common Core testing saw opt out rates swing drastically between districts, from zero to two-thirds of student populations.
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.