Hungry children struggle in school and suffer all day long.
The State University of New York has awarded five SUNY Plattsburgh faculty and staff members the 2014 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence.
Dr. Raymond Guydosh, dean of the SUNY Plattsburgh School of Business and Economics, has announced that he will leave the post at the end of the 2014-2015 academic year in order to return to teaching.
A changing of the guard is in the works at Chazy’s venerable Alice T. Miner museum.
The EXPLORE (Experience and Professional Learning Opportunities Result in Excellence) Diabetes conference will take place May 22 for health care professionals such as physicians, registered nurses, pharmacists, dieticians and more.
The Saranac Central School District has concluded its search for a new Superintendent.
SUNY Plattsburgh’s spring commencement will pay tribute to the nearly 1,100 students eligible to graduate in May and in August from the Plattsburgh and Queensbury campuses Saturday, May 17.
Three SUNY Plattsburgh students were selected to attend a symposium, titled “Innovative Exploration Forum: Undergraduate Research in N.Y. State’s Public Higher Education System,” at the New York State Legislative Office Building in in Albany.
What do you want to be when you grow up? For some of us, even as adults, it’s a question that we are still trying to answer.
Rural visit seeks to foster greater opportunities for students who run the risk of falling between the cracks
In 2004, four writers had a vision to start a local publication for a variety of writers, a publication which reached its 10th anniversary mark this year.
A mystery of sorts now anchors Plattsburgh’s War of 1812 Museum.
The Northeastern Clinton Central School will hold its school kindergarten registration for September 2014 at Rouses Point Elementary on May 5 -6 and at Mooers Elementary on May 7, 8- 9.
The Clinton County Historical Association museum has been putting the finishing touches on several long-anticipated exhibits, and they will be opening their doors Saturday April 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
In a meetup with area leaders, U.S. Sen. Gillibrand is asked to help lure a new hockey team to Glens Falls, to commit more federal funds toward local infrastructure repair and expansion, and to assist Glens Falls Hospital with its financial shortfalls. Gillibrand, in turn, talked of new funding sources for small businesses and revealed she saw her first rock concert at the Glens Falls Civic Center.