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Police arrest two people in Plattsburgh methamphetamine drug bust
It happened around 6:15 pm Thursday and troopers, wearing rubber gloves, were on scene until about 8 pm.
Plattsburgh churches offer Vacation Bible Camp
PLATTSBURGH — Plattsburgh’s Lutheran Church, the Redeemer, United Methodist Church, and First Presbyterian Church, will offer an inaugural Vacation Bible Camp for grades kindergarten through six from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Aug. 6 through 9 at the United Methodist Church on Beekman Street in Plattsburgh.T
Plattsburgh flies high in Farnborough Airshow catalog
PLATTSBURGH — Greater Plattsburgh’s achievements have been highlighted to a global audience.The city and the greater Plattsburgh area’s redevelopment after the 1995 closing of the Plattsburgh Air Force Base is the lead story in the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow Official Show Catalog.The Far
Trailer fire reported in Beekmantown
Mutual aid was requested from Plattsburgh District 3, Cumberland Head, Chazy and West Chazy fire departments.
Cadyville crash leaves Saranac Lake man in critical condition
CADYVILLE — A Saranac Lake man is in critical condition after his vehicle veered off the road, crashed into an earth embankment, flew through the air and then struck a tree.Richard A. Trudeau, 85, was driving a 2017 Chevrolet SUV northeast on Route 3 around 10:52 a.m. Wednesday when the vehicle drif
Dorm renovations underway at SUNY Plattsburgh
"The major reason we're doing it...I mean for lots of reasons, they were built in the early 70's and haven't had a lot of attention since then," said Vice President of Student Affairs, Bryan Hartman
Art group raises sail on another Plattsburgh mural
PLATTSBURGH — The mural at the Plattsburgh Boat Basin was looking ship-shape recently.The piece, titled “Set Sail,” is the latest undertaking of Outside Art, a group that creates public art for downtown Plattsburgh in an effort to spread awareness of its value around the world.
Clinton County Fair rolls into day 4
KAYLA BREEN/Staff PhotoBrooklynn Daniels, 12 (from left), Kaylee Hazler, 12, and Kayden Lamora, 14, hold on tight as they enjoy a quick spin on the Music Express amusement ride at the 70th-annual Clinton County Fair in Morrisonville. Except for some rain on opening day Tuesday, the weather for the f
Driver hospitalized after going into Saranac River
CADYVILLE, N.Y. (WCAX)A driver has been hospitalized after going into the Saranac River.It happened this morning on Route 3 between Cadyville and Saranac. The driver was taken to Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital.There was no immediate word on their condition or what caused the crash.
Vehicle plunges into Saranac River
The airbag deployed in the vehicle, dispatch said, but the man was conscious and breathing.
Police arrest suspect in multiple Burlington burglaries
BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX)After 39 reported burglaries in June and July, Burlington police say they got the man responsible for several of these incidents.
Police: Repeat drunken driver picked up again
PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man is facing his third DWI within 10 years; the sixth, at least, in his lifetime.Joseph A. Babbie, 36, was arrested Saturday and charged with DWI with two previous convictions within the last 10 years and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, b
Clinton County Fair trots out harness racing
MORRISONVILLE — Today is Children's Day at the Clinton County Fair, with $22 wristbands providing carnival rides to kids' heart's content and free admission for age 12 and younger.Two grandstand shows are on tap, including New York Sire Stakes harness racing and U.S. Freestyle Motocross.Here's more
Altona fire, critical to jack pine survival, snuffed out;
KAYLA BREEN/Staff PhotoDepartment of Environmental Conservation a regional forester Kristopher Alberga talks about the jack pine forest ecology that is special to the Altona Flat Rock area during a press conference at Altona Volunteer Fire Department on Wednesday morning. More than 547 acres of jack
Poison parsnip causes severe burns, blisters on woman's legs
This July 2018, photo provided by Charlotte Murphy shows poison parsnip in Bennington, Vt. Murphy was left with severe burns and blisters on her legs after encountering the invasive species of plant in Vermont.... more
Backstage Pub loses license for week
MONTPELIER – The Backstage Pub & Restaurant will lose its liquor licenses for seven days because the owner, Vincent Dober Sr. was found intoxicated on the premises, the Vermont Liquor Control Board has ruled.
City may delay Saranac River Trail Phase III
PLATTSBURGH — The City of Plattsburgh is considering rejecting a state grant for a portion of the Saranac River Trail, which has project supporters uneasy."The state invested time in evaluating this grant, and now we are giving their evaluation a black mark," Saranac River Trail President Jesse Feil
DEC-led firefighters making headway in Altona forest fire
ALTONA — As of this morning, crews had surrounded the Flat Rock forest fire and had it 75 percent contained.The State Department of Environmental Conservation-led firefighters are now trying to improve the fire lines they’ve already cut and get control of the blaze, which has burned 531 acres since
Newport Man Allegedly Broke Into Cars At Grand Isle State Park
Richard Myers, 40, of Newport, allegedly broke into a vehicle parked at a campsite around 12:15 a.m. on July 13.
Vermont woman suffers severe burns from invasive plant
ESSEX, Vt. - Across the region, an invasive plant continues to thrive and expand in numbers. Wild parsnip, which closely resembles Queen Anne's Lace, can be found almost anywhere in Vermont.