Regional wine makers will be bringing their finest vino to the fourth annual Winter Wine Fest to raise money for a new exhibit at a local museum.
The City of Plattsburgh Recreation Department and Clinton Community College Center for Community and Workforce Development have partnered to offer three non-credit fitness classes that will take place during winter session and spring semester of 2013.
Roughly 500 graduated at Plattsburgh State’s annual winter commencement ceremony.
SUNY Plattsburgh students are joining forces to raise funds for the American Red Cross Hurricane Sandy relief effort.
The Saranac Central School District superintendent is leaving with mixed emotions.
The prestigious Senator Paul Simon NYS Friend of Foreign Language Award was given this year to Dan and Gayle Alexander along with Brian Gay of Denton Publications for their work with Kidsville News of Northern New York.
Students learn by sinking boats.
Clinton Community College hired Shovan as its new vice president for administration and finance.
Jessica Mathews, the coordinator for the Plattsburgh Campus and Community Partnership, wants youth to make healthy choices.
Local teachers attend summer school in Colorado
Plattsburgh State enrolled its most diverse freshman class ever, and that’s not counting international students.
Tracy Manor is student centered and believes every child can learn and should be expected to reach and exceed his or her academic and social potential.
CCC started its fall semester with a new logo and new brand identity, an elevated student profile and record international student numbers.
Clinton Community College’s annual Alumni Reunion is sure to leave you in stitches this year.
Area residents who want to check out a degree program before applying for admission, hone skills or simply explore an interest are invited to sign up for courses at SUNY Plattsburgh.