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WESTPORT |  Westport Central School’s (WCS) K-12 students made $150 donations to Community Action Angels, the Westport Food Shelf and the North Country SPCA after raising funds by “collecting” acts of kindness. Read more

The Sun

I have the privilege of serving on the annual United Way campaign team. Read more

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Through the All Knotted up with Love program, teacher Kristen Ramey and her fifth graders from the Rutland Intermediate School donated 42 blankets to the Foley Cancer Center. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH |  SUNY Plattsburgh students, faculty and staff helped grant gift wishes for 125 children and sent $1,500 in $10 food vouchers for the Clinton County Department of Social Services to distribute to some 75 families... Read more

The Sun

PLATTSBURGH | The Plattsburgh Youth Hockey (PYH) Association received a donation of $1,000 from the Dick’s Sporting Goods store in Plattsburgh on Dec. 23. Read more

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Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel donated over $800 of pet food and supplies to the Humane Society of Chittenden County during the annual donation drop off. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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KILLINGTON | On Giving Tuesday, employees of Northern Ski Works of Killington joined the staff of the Foley Cancer Center at the Rutland Regional Medical Center to make a donation of $5,000. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH | The Polar Express came to town and helped brighten the lives of those in need Dec. 11, thanks to Emily Estes and the Teens for Marines program. Read more

The Sun

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VERGENNES | When it comes to helping their neighbors, Americans are generous. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH | A nondescript U-Haul truck, filled to the brim with brightly-colored boxes, puttered to a stop before a pop-up storefront in the city’s south end last week. Read more

The Sun

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SCHROON LAKE | It wasn’t the smoothest of journeys, but last weekend a gathering of dignitaries and a holstein cow mascot cut the ribbon on a bigger and more convenient convenience store in downtown Schroon Lake. Read more

The Sun

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Living in our free society has many perks. All too often, we never really appreciate how good we have it until we face that unexpected event that could change one’s life dramatically. Read more

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PORT HENRY | For  moment, it looked as if Marlene Gadway would be forced to break an impressive streak. Read more

The Sun

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Each year, the holidays remind us of how fortunate we are. Read more

Guest Columnists

With the holidays quickly approaching, in nursing homes we have to start thinking about Christmas now. Read more

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Vermont Watchdog

The autumn harvest is complete and the season for giving thanks is here. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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HINESBURG | Cameron Certo, of Hinesburg, decided to use his birthday money to buy holiday turkeys that he donated to the Shearer Chevrolet food drive. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

LAKE GEORGE | Lake George Village will be host to the 21st annual “Lite Up the Village” on Saturday, Nov. 24 in Shepard Park. Read more

The Sun

Knights of Columbus (K of C) Council #2301 of Au Sable Forks hopes to provide Christmas meals to those in need in the towns of Black Brook, Jay and Wilmington. Read more

Letters to the Editor

There is no doubt that the North Country is known for the giving spirit of the people that live here. Read more

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