RSS

Community

PLATTSBURGH | A Keeseville man is accused of recently threatening a local TV station, just months after he allegedly made threats against a local community. Read more

Police Blotter

VT-021520-Amtrak-platform-10

Image courtesy of Jacobs Engineering

MIDDLEBURY | Middlebury residents gathered at town hall on Jan. 29 to learn more about the planned Amtrak passenger train platform planned for the Marble Works complex. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Casey Family donation

Photo by Brian Happel

KEESEVILLE | The Casey family poses with the donations to the Keeseville Volunteer Fire Department that they helped make possible. To honor the memory of Shauneen Casey, who passed away last year. Read more

News Briefs - New York

State-of-County-City-Town

Photo by Brian Happel

PLATTSBURGH | Optimism, the future and working together were the three main themes at the fourth annual State of the County, City and Town put on by the North Country Chamber of Commerce at the Butcher Block Restaurant. Read more

The Sun

Chamber-Biz-Awards-Event_2

Photo by Brian Happel

PLATTSBURGH | Hundreds of businesspeople from around the area came out to honor achievements in 2019 while looking forward to the new decade at the North Country Chamber of Commerce’s 108th annual business awards dinner. Read more

The Sun

MLK-SUNY-Service 6

Photo by Brian Happel

PLATTSBURGH | Through song, dance, speeches and stories, dozens of people paid tribute to Dr. King while discussing how to keep his dream of equality alive during the annual MLK service at the Blessed Newman Center on the SUNY Plattsburgh campus. Read more

The Sun

Mosaic Wall OTTG group

Courtesy photo

NORTH CREEK | People of all ages are welcome to help finish North Creek’s famed mosaic wall by joining weekly workshop sessions to be held over the next two months in Tannery Pond Community Center. Read more

The Sun

TACC Health Insurance

Photo provided

TICONDEROGA | The TACC will continue its Health Insurance Services for all TACC members as well as for the Ticonderoga area business community, in partnership with the North Country Chamber of Commerce-Plattsburgh. Read more

The Sun

Conor McGrath Sm

Photo by Chassidy Goyette

One-year-old Conor McGrath was badly burned on Christmas Eve and is currently undergoing skin grafts and other treatment at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Boston. Read more

News Briefs - New York

Affordability vs environment

Photo provided

MIDDLEBURY | Several Vermont lawmakers and community leaders are expressing concerns that harsh state policies, rules, and regulations continue to negatively affect the lives and livelihoods of lower-income Vermonters. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

TACC Young Pros

Photo provided

TICONDEROGA | The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) has announced the first Young Professionals meet and mingle of 2020, which will take place on Thursday, Jan. 23, at 5:30 p.m., at TACC’s offices (94 Montcalm St.). Read more

The Sun

PLATTSBURGH | A new certificate program at Plattsburgh State’s School of Business and Economics can help those interested in furthering their human-resources career. Read more

News Briefs - New York

Generous Acts

Photo by Erika Bailey

LAKE PLACID | The Adirondack Foundation, a Lake Placid organization whose mission is to enhance the lives of people in the Adirondacks through philanthropy, has opened applications for the 2020 Generous Acts grants. Read more

The Sun

SUNY Food Shelf 2

Photo by Brian Happel

PLATTSBURGH | Winter break is in full swing on campus at SUNY Plattsburgh, and that means many students are home with family and friends. But for those who stay behind for the full six weeks, something as simple as a hot meal remains elusive. Read more

The Sun

Schuyler-Falls-Clothing-Donations

Photo by Brian Happel

MORRISONVILLE | The town of Schuyler Falls is collecting warm clothing for children at its office at 997 Mason St. in Morrisonville. “It’s a case of neighbors helping neighbors,” Supervisor Kevin Randall said. Read more

News Briefs - New York

Everest-Rabideau-Park-Future 2 - Sm

Photo by Brian Happel

PLATTSBURGH | Winter can make just about anything seem unappealing. But, in about a year from now, this park could begin to look very different, and not just because of the snow melting. Read more

The Sun

VT downtown tunnel

Photo courtesy Jim Gish

MIDDLEBURY | This aerial photograph shows Kubricky Construction workers along the slope of the planned rail tunnel next to St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in downtown Middlebury. Read more

News Briefs - Vermont

State-of-the-State Phil Scott

Photo by Lou Varricchio

MIDDLEBURY | Vermont Gov. Phil Scott’s fourth “State of the State” address to lawmakers was faced with hecklers from inside the State House last Thursday. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

EQ-Map-Jan13-2020

Map/U.S. Geological Survey

JAY | A small earthquake rattled parts of the northern Adirondack region at 5:38 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday. This is the second small earthquake to strike the North Country region in a week. Read more

The Sun 1 Comments

Casella United Ways ADK Donation 2020

Photo provided

PLATTSBURGH | Casella Waste System, Inc., recently completed a promotion where they donated $25 to United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc., for every customer who signed up for trash and recycling pickup in September and October. Read more

News Briefs - New York

  • During the 2013 edition of the World’s Largest Garage Sale, bargain-hunters walk up Main St. in Warrensburg. The sale offers virtually everything from dollar-store items, tools and household goods to valuable antiques and rare collectibles. This year’s great sale, officially to be held Saturday Oct. 3 through Sunday Oct. 4, is to offer train rides for visitors seeking to avoid the traffic and parking woes — as well as the ‘Family Fun Zone’ which features free entertainment and activities for those weary of shopping.

  • STAND-ALONE-lemonade.jpg

    LEMONAIDES — Young volunteers Jamisyn Baker, Sophia Tedesco, Maguire Baker, and Jaryn Mazzariello-Peer crewed a lemonade stand last week to help raise money, with the Southwestern Council On Aging, for the 2015 Walk-to-End Alzheimer’s. Members of the Rutland City Fire Department stopped by to show their support and purchase some hirst-quenching lemonade. The Rutland Walk-to-End Alzheimer’s will be held Saturday, Sept, 12, in Main Street Park located along U.S. Route 7. For details, contact Heather L Baker at 802-786-5990 or hbaker@svcoa.net.

  • Cynthia Root, “William,” watercolor on paper

  • Cynthia Root, “Clarence,” watercolor on paper

  • Creek_Road_closed_051415.jpg

    At its recent meeting, the Middlebury Select Board authorized Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay to submit a grant application to the Addison County Regional Planning Commission's Transportation Advisory Committee.

  • OfficersQuarters.jpg

    Clinton County Historical Association

    Pictured above is a few of 14 duplexes built to house army officers and their families. They housed some very well known leaders in America’s military history including Leonard Wood, Douglas MacArthur, Johnathan Wainwright, Mark Clark, George Marshall and Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.