A miniature version of a classic musical, “Godspell,” is coming to Seton Catholic Central High School this weekend.
On Tuesday, April 30, Mountain Lake PBS honored the winners of its “PBS Kids Go! Writers Contest.” The contest invited children from kindergarten through third grade to submit stories they wrote and illustrated for judging.
On Monday, May 13, more than 150 students will perform in the Chazy Central Rural School’s Spring Concert.
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 snow receded in downtown Plattsburgh, places like Trinity Park became marred by the presence of litter and leaves blowing around like urban tumbleweed.
On April 10, Dragoon’s Farm Equipment, Inc. celebrated its 60th anniversary. They had door prizes, demos, discounts and served pancakes and sausage to thank the community for its support.
It is amazing how quickly a person’s life can change. Malorie Drolette’s parents recently brought the 16-year-old girl to the doctor because she seemed to be suffering from a sinus infection.
Steve Merchant is sick of winter. To prove it, he’s organized a “Say Goodbye to Winter” bash at Bowl Mart Lanes in Champlain on Saturday, April 20.
The Clinton County chapter of the Advocacy and Resource Center recognized Disability Awareness Month by giving back to the community.
Clarinets conserve nature