The residents of Lakeview Towers opened their doors to grandchildren and the children of the Plattsburgh Housing Authority on Dec. 7 as Santa and Mrs. Claus stopped by for a visit.
After enjoying one last, long day of hunting, I sat out on my back porch deck to watch the sun set.
The Town of Mooers beautification Committee is announcing their annual Christmas Lights Contest.
Livingoods Restaurant is open for business, and work on an upcoming brew pub is pressing ahead rapidly.
The long awaited opening of Buffalo Wild Wings in Plattsburgh will take place on Monday, Dec. 9, at 11 a.m..
The annual Chazy Central Rural School music department holiday Concert will be held on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium.
After opening and operating the Alzheimer’s Disease Assistance Center at Plattsburgh State University for over two decades, Dr. Taher Zandi is moving into private practice.
After 30 years, Maui North in downtown Plattsburgh is under new ownership.
Plattsburgh native Terri Senecal returns to the North Country to share her experiences teaching and monitoring music programs at NCCCA Arts Center.
It’s happened again. I’ve received another annual ‘love letter’ from a virulent member of the anti-hunting community who has taken me to task for promoting a “sickening blood sport.”
The acorns, beechnuts, berries and fruits of many of our trees and bushes are mature and ready for picking.
Recently, while driving through the Wilmington Notch, I noticed a couple of guys wading across the Trophy Trout section of the West Branch of the Ausable River.
With Lake Champlain in their backyard, it makes sense that Plattsburgh State’s fishing club is making a splash with their bass fishing talents.
This Saturday, November 23, the Elmore SPCA will hold its second annual Pottery for Pets auction, with an interesting twist.
The Taste of the North Country was savored at the North Country Chamber of Commerce’s annual fundraiser Nov. 7. “It was bigger than ever, just great food, great people and a chance for people to learn about different area businesses and their services and products,” said Jody Parks, Executive Vice President of North Country Chamber of Commerce.
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