The 6th Annual Run for Rosie will take place Saturday, June 27, at the Cadyville Rec Park from 8 to 11 a.m. in honor of Rose Rascoe-Maynard.
Archer Bodyworks moved to its new location on the first floor of Dena Archer’s new home on 44 Broad St.
Chattanooga, Tennessee and St. George, Utah named other two finalists
Lake Placid is now just one of three locations in the running to host the 2017 Ironman 70.3 World Championship, news that has some locals excited for what it could mean for the village.
The 2015 Walk of HOPE will take place June 6 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Plattsburgh City Marina.
JCEO (Joint Council for Economic Opportunity) Community Action Angels is looking for community support for its Smarty Pants - Read Me Ready Project.
Clinicians and Practice Managers from the Australian Association of Practice Management convened with Adirondack Medical Home Initiative (AMHI) partners for an information exchange event on May 7 as part of a Canada/U.S. study tour.
The North Country Regional Blood Donor Program will honor Gary Hamel of Plattsburgh for his 100th donation of platelets.
Peru Elementary School has a new fitness room thanks to the generous donations of the Peru PTO, Stewarts, Peru Zumba, and the faculty and staff at the school.
Strides for James raises funds for CCC scholarship fund
Strides for James, a 5k/10k fun run to support the James Dean Wilson Scholarship Fund, will take place Saturday, May 9 at the William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute in Chazy.
The 5K Color Run event will be taking place at Plattsburgh State University Memorial Field May 2 at 10 a.m. and is hosted by volunteers of Autism Speaks U and the women’s soccer team.
Design and concrete companies beginning work in May
After 11 years of fundraising and planning, the Saranac Lake SkatePark Committee has reached the final stage of a long push for a park in the heart of the village.
Clarkson University and SUNY Plattsburgh are conducting a study to identify biological markers for autism.
Certified Ombudsmen are needed in Clinton, Franklin and Essex County.
The term Biggest Loser brings about a host of mental images: sweat, tears and exhaustion.
Jess Huber has been named SUNYAC Women’s Track Athlete of the Week for the second time in two weeks, and it all stems from when she began running in the seventh grade to break her older sister’s high school records.