Eleven World War II and Korean War vets visited Westport Central last week to educate youngsters on the values of the Greatest Generation.
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.
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.
“We wanted to seek justice for our son (Joshua) and we wanted to hold a large company like that accountable,” Lori Drake said. “But we really wanted to raise awareness for families where they may be considering something like this as a treatment for their children or themselves. We are hoping we can get away from the monetary part.”
Dr. Giancarlo Casale will deliver the 2014 Karl Cron Lecture at SUNY Plattsburgh Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cardinal Lounge in the Angell College Center.
The Student Health and Counseling Center at SUNY Plattsburgh is working toward a safer environment from viruses such as enterovirus D-68 (EV-D68) and Ebola.
When Yankee Medical closed in Plattsburgh this past April, breast cancer survivors in the North Country were left with a dearth of mastectomy apparel suppliers. In fact, it left none.
For many soldiers, war doesn’t end just because your plane has touched down on home ground.
As the North Country comes alive with the sound of gunshots, the state’s Department of Conservation has launched a publicity campaign to remind the public of a pair of hunting-related initiatives designed to broaden interest in the state’s sporting industry.
The Strand Center for the Arts is collecting information from SUNY Plattsburgh students to improve the types of classes and events it hosts at its theater and center.
Cardinal Points, the independent and student-run newspaper at SUNY Plattsburgh, was named an All-American Newspaper, receiving its highest score in the school’s history.
SUNY Plattsburgh is in the midst of a serious face-lift, and better energy efficiency will be one of the end results of all their work.