Homesteading and Woodworking Weekend will take place at the Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum June 27-28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
North Branch Farm is a 78-acre diversified farm located on the banks of Saranac River in the Adirondack Mountains. Owned and operated by Joe, the farm specializes in vegetables, pastured beef and family heirloom figs.
The Plattsburgh Community Garden has a limited number of plots available in its two garden locations.
Looking forward to the 2015 growing season, the Plattsburgh Community Garden is accepting applications for plot rentals at its two garden locations.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo last week announced the launch of Community Solar NY, a new effort under the NY-Sun initiative to make implementing solar easier and more affordable for communities across the state.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that households needing heating assistance can begin applying for New York’s Home Energy Assistance Program on Monday, Nov. 17.
Swindlers are calling businesses and individuals and telling them their power will be shut off if they don’t pay their “overdue bill,” reported New York State Police in an alert last week.
The Plattsburgh Housing Authority has been highlighted in the Spring 2014 edition of the Affordable Housing News (AHN).
On Sunday, March 9, Daylight Savings Time begins at 2 a.m
The Town of Mooers beautification Committee is announcing their annual Christmas Lights Contest.
The members of the Clinton County Firefighters Association (CCFA) would like to remind everyone that the upcoming end to Daylight Savings Times, Nov. 3, is a great time to change the batteries in your smoke alarms.
NNY Grower Testing Alfalfa Beetle-Busting Treatment
A low-cost, easy-to-implement, on-farm solution for controlling a highly destructive alfalfa pest is now expected to pay off for New York strawberry growers.
The New York State Tax Department today unveiled an easy, fast and secure online STAR Registration platform for homeowners currently receiving the Basic STAR property tax exemption.
The empty lot behind Jane Desotelle’s mother’s house on Riley Avenue looked like an overgrown wasteland. But where some saw a tangled mess of foliage, Desotelle saw life.
Nearly 70 fifth-grade artists from Oak and Bailey elementary schools gave the Stone Ledge Sculpture Garden a fresh burst of color last weekend.