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 United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc serving Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties is currently accepting applications from agencies and organizations wishing to become a partner agency of the United Way for fiscal year 2014.
As I finished the Thanksgiving meal, my wife and I prepared for our family, I couldn’t help noticing the empty plate that is placed on our table every year.
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.
I feel haunted by my “first love”.
Plattsburgh native Terri Senecal returns to the North Country to share her experiences teaching and monitoring music programs at NCCCA Arts Center.
I find it interesting that the Cornwall Vermont selectboard wants to stop the pipeline of natural gas from reaching International Paper in Ticonderoga!
Many of you have called my office to inquire about a mailing from the New York State Sheriff’s Association requesting a donation.
Local food pantries — and many of our neighbors — need help.
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.
As the Administrator of a senior citizen facility, it has been my privilege to be part of their lives every day.
Thoughts from Behind the Pressline
One of the joys in living life to the fullest is the opportunity each year to renew and celebrate certain traditions.
The early morning hours of Friday, November 29 saw Plattsburgh city police and fire department members, and members of the SUNY Plattsburgh police, called to a car fire and a house fire, mere minutes apart.
Plattsburgh’s Bob Brooks entered the navy in 1944, right out of high school. Just over a year later, he was part of the first detachment of United States ships to bombard the Japanese mainland from the sea.
There’s a new place to shop in Plattsburgh, and it’s a locally owned and operated store, with a long track record of success in Vermont.
In Plattsburgh City Court Nov. 21, Michael Staley pled guilty to five counts of abandoning an animal, in a plea agreement worked out with the Clinton County District Attorney’s office.