Ogdensburg – Bishop Terry R. LaValley accepts a $10,000 donation from the Knights of Columbus (K of C) State Warden Dr. Charles Robinson at the September 27th K of C regional meeting in Ogdensburg. Dr. Robinson presented the donation on behalf of the New York State Council K of C and its 85,…

SeaComm recently donated $1,000 in support of the American Red Cross. The donation was funded by SeaComm staff and the credit union, and will help to provide emergency relief supplies to hurricane and wildfire victims throughout the U.S.

The Saranac Lake Kiwanis recently delivered two truckloads of needed supplies to The Foster Care Unit of Franklin County DSS. The items are as diverse as the children who are helped, including duffle bags, clothing, games, toys, diapers, blankets and sleeping bags. Chelsea LaBare of DSS spok…

It is time again for the scary antics and thrills of the Bangor Volunteer Fire and EMS departments 14th Annual Haunted Trail. The dates for this year’s event are Oct. 16 and 17; Oct. 23 and 24. The spookfest will again take place in the eerie and creepy woods of Eggleston Memorial Park at 67…

Constance “Connie” Avery, grew up in North Bangor. she is one of seven siblings. Despite her being hearing impaired, she graduated from Brushton-Moira School in 1970. She lives in Utica NY.

PAUL SMITHS- Paul Smith’s College received five distinctions from U.S. News and World Report’s 2021 Best Colleges rankings this September, including No. 2 for Most Innovative Schools and No. 3 for Best Undergraduate Teaching.

In a recent awards ceremony Amvets National Riders President Tom McNamara named The Malone Amvets Riders as a Quality Chapter for 2020. The Malone Riders were the only Chapter designated as a Quality Chapter in New York State. This is a very prestigious award only presented to Chapters that …

WPTZ-TV, the Hearst Television-owned NBC affiliate in the Plattsburgh, NY/Burlington, VT, TV market, has recently completed updating a new northern New York facility. NBC5 Studios features updated broadcast technology and offices located at 308 Cornelia Street in Plattsburgh.“WPTZ is proud t…

The Temporary Authorization Order from the Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Judicial Department, issued by the Hon. Elizabeth A. Garry, Presiding Justice, and entered on Today’s date, September 11, 2020, which authorizes Grace M. V. Nichols to engage in the practice of law subject to…

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley and Lorraine Fenoff of Constable New York, announce the engagement of their daughter, Michelle Marie Fenoff to Korey John Cook, son of Mark Cook and the late Irving Cook of Malone.

Cindy Barrett Buchanan, of 32 Brockway, North Bangor, NY and Scott Boyea of 52 Ketchum Street, Malone were united in Marriage of July 31, 2020 with a backyard garden wedding in North Bangor surrounded by loving friends and family. Reverend Judith A. Van Kennen, Pastor Emmanuel Congregational…

Pat Avery, who lived in North Bangor, retired from South Eugene High, Oregon as a Drama Program Director. He spent 20 years empowering students to be the best they could be. All went on to use skills he taught them for their life.

The entire staff and Board of Directors at North Country Home Services extend congratulations and best wishes to our newest personal care aides that graduated on Aug. 13.

The Malone Rotary Club held a luncheon in honor of their 2020 scholarship winners on Thursday, Aug. 6 at Donovans Restaurant in Malone. In total, the Malone Rotary Club presented $6,000.00 in scholarships this year to six students. These recipients were given these awards based on their comm…

Malone – Nineteen students, from graduating high school seniors to college students, received scholarships totaling $15,000 from the UVM Health Network – Alice Hyde Medical Center Auxiliary this year, as the group awarded its annual gifts to students pursuing careers in health care.

Throughout 2020, as part of their shared mission and ministry, the Centenary UMC Women’s Group has been collecting suitcases and duffle bags for children in foster care. This outreach is in collaboration with the Franklin County Department of Social Services’s “March Toward Dignity” program …