Renowned bluegrass musicians and SUNY Plattsburgh alumni Eric and Leigh Gibson, known as the Gibson Brothers, will be honored at the college’s spring 2015 commencement Saturday, May 16 with honorary doctorate degrees in fine arts.
Registration will be held at the Chazy Central Rural School Monday, April 27, in the auditorium.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said last week's state’s education reforms will be a bedrock of his legacy. But for one powerful union, they’re a disgraceful sham.
Adirondack Foundation is offering $113,000 in scholarship opportunities this year to students and families seeking financial aid for higher education.
Following the passage of the state budget on Tuesday, New York’s education system is set to implement some of its most dramatic and fundamental reforms in years.
Video game tournament, put together by SUNY Plattsburgh's Phi Mu Delta, will raise funds for Child's Play charity.
Ward Lumber employee Mark Peduzzi passed away unexpectedly last month. A campaign to raise funds for his children’s education has raised nearly $7,500, with Ward contributing an additional $2,500.
AuSable Valley Central students will bring whimsy to the community this weekend with a production of the classic tale about a magical nanny.
Elementary students are gearing up for a trip to Neverland this weekend — and they’re taking the Au Sable Forks Elementary community with them.
The following students have been named to the President’s List for the Fall 2014 Semester at Clinton Community College.
Fredonia President Virginia S. Horvath announced ...
Hundreds of protesters rallied at Plattsburgh High on Saturday morning to protest Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed education policies.
Staff, kids at Au Sable Forks Elementary are lauding the No Excuses University network, a national program based on instilling the merits of higher learning from the ground floor.
Clinton County’s Civil War history is rich and extensive, and a new two book set produced by the Clinton County Historical Association explores some of that history.
A national nonprofit, College For Every Student (CFES), is searching for five schools to participate in a high-impact program that will help low-income students become college and career ready.