The Champlain Centre Mall kicked off the Airborne Park Speedway Weekend.
More than 600 volunteers across three counties in the North Country got together to give back to the community Saturday.
National Park Week is the country's biggest celebration of national heritage.
If passed, 25 schools would be designated manufacturing universities.
New York Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) is working on a project to replace the bridges carrying U.S. Route 11 over I-87 in Champlain.
New York State Police responded to a two car crash on Route 3 in Saranac on Thursday
Medicare is now rating hospitals the way a critic would rate a movie, with stars.
Plattsburgh businesses will now have to pay to move their dining outside onto City owned parking spots.
A new state study reveals explosive growth in New York's brewing industry.
1,000 volunteers will be knocking on every home in those counties. Msgr. Dennis Duprey says, the goal is not to convert people to Catholicism.
For the first time this year, the New York State Union of Teachers organized a campaign to encourage parents of 3rd - 8th graders to refuse testing.
Federal prosecutors are investigating New York Senate Leader Dean Skelos.
Tickets are now available for Plattsburgh's first brewfest.
The American Red Cross launched a new emergency app.
Hannaford Supermarkets and Superior Nuts & Candy are recalling pine nuts due to possible salmonella contamination.
A change of plea date has been set for a North Country man charged in connection with the kidnapping and sexual abuse of two Amish sisters.
Ben & Jerry's is teaming up with New Belgium Brewing to make an ice cream inspired beer.
The Clinton County Sheriff's Office arrested two people they say possessed drugs during a motor vehicle stop on I-87.
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You may feel like winter just wrapped up, but the outdoor recreation season is close at hand.
Wednesday marks the second anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombings.
Gallup released a survey on how Americans feel about the fairness of taxes that various income groups pay.
Former New England Patriots Player Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty, on all counts.
Students are taking the controversial Common Core tests.
Ben & Jerry's is holding their Free Cone Day Tuesday.
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New York State Police released the cause of an accidental death in Jay.
State University of New York Chancellor Nancy Zimpher is encouraging students not to opt of state testing.
The brisk spring air floating through your bedroom window could be just what you need to get a good night's rest.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a 35 percent increase in tickets for texting while driving between 2013 and 2014.
New York State's Attorney general is investigating America's top retailers over how they schedule their hourly wage workers.
New York State Police arrested a visitor of the Clinton Correctional Facility they say possessed prison contraband.
Air travel is just overall a bad experience, and it's only going to get worse.
"I'm running for President," Clinton says in YouTube video.
The Champlain Centre Mall is hosting a student art contest for $350 in scholarships.
New York State of Health's special enrollment period continues until April 30.
Plattsburgh Police arrested two men they say stole from 25 vehicles and two buildings Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Do you plan to spend the weekend cozying up to your tax forms? The deadline to pay up is on Wednesday and we have some tips for you procrastinators out there.
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill in October that passed on the decision to the board. The American Heart Association advocates for the law.
They hope if a lot of parents refuse, it will send a message to the state.
A controversial study says genetics can influence likelihood that person will become a sexual offender.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a crackdown on distracted driving.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 30,000 cases of Sabra Classic Hummus is being recalled.
The $264 million plant would be built underground. It still needs final approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
According to the National Weather Service, January to March was the coldest on record for Vermont & New York in 121 years.
A new study reveals that graphic pictures on the consequences of smoking encourage young people to avoid the habit.
New York State Police arrested a man they say he set a porch on fire at a home on Pitcher Way in Morrisonville.
Leaders in Essex County, New York want welfare recipients to undergo periodic drug testing.
The U.S. Department of Education released a new report on preschool education across the country.
Jurors begin deliberations Tuesday in the Boston Marathon Bombing trial.