The event, the World Music Festival, will be the largest fundraiser ever held to benefit Reason 2 Smile, a non-profit organization that helps orphaned and at-risk children in developing countries.
As the number of arrests for meth possession, usage, and manufacturing continue to rise in communities across the North Country, the emergency personnel trained to keep area residents safe must prepare themselves to be ready to respond should a meth related emergency arise.
Beekmantown High School and Clinton Community College have partnered with ETS, Inc., CITEC and The North Country Workforce Investment Board to pilot IMPACTT
Fundraiser will help raise awareness for local counseling services
Plattsburgh music lovers and supporters of victims of sexual assault can Rock Against Rape at the annual Planned Parenthood fundraiser on Saturday, April 6.
A meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 3, in the War of 1812 Museum on the old Air Force base to discuss plans for the Plattsburgh Air Force Base Museum.
Holy Name School Principal Christine Reynolds said her elementary students were sad when they came to school Friday, March 22 officially knowing they would be the last ones in the school’s 100-year history.
Jacqueline Madison is going to share a different perspective on history. On Sunday, March 24, she will give a presentation called “From Slavery to Citizenship” at the Peru library at 5 p.m.
It was a night full of girl power at Beekmantown Central School as teens from local schools came together for National Women’s Day on March 8.
On Monday, March 11, a representative group of SUNY Plattsburgh students presented a check for $4,000 to the American Red Cross for Superstorm Sandy relief after coordinating a number of fundraising efforts.
Key Members of the Student Assembly met recently and have started to push the idea of removing trays from the SUNY campus dining facilities to support environmentally conscious action.
The Lake Champlain Chapter of Trout Unlimited will again provide scholarships for interested young men and women 12 to 17 years old to attend DEC’s popular summer camp program.
On Saturday, Feb. 16, a group of eight kids learned about the “science of snow”—that is, imitation snow created through a mix of water and polymer—and what happens when it reacts with basic household items like vinegar.
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While work is still continuing, the College For Every Student organization was ready to host its first conference in their new headquarters in Essex.
The SUNY Plattsburgh chapter of Theta Nu Xi multicultural sorority and Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity is raising funds and awareness for the people of Southern Sudan.