WWII veterans to embark on flight of honor
North Country Honor Flight's first trip is set for May 18.
E'town clock, bell to be replaced
Melvin "Stubby" Longware has donated about half of the money needed for the new works in the tower of the United Church of Christ in Elizabethtown, in part to honor the memory of his late wife, Gretna.
- Treaty of Ghent party to feature John Quincy Adams Battle of Plattsburgh Museum docent Vincent Puliafico shares a remarkable similarity in appearance with the former president of the United States and will portray Quincy Adams during Friday's celebration.
NASA finds history in ice
Cryosphere scientists look to Adirondack History of Winter for details of Earth's ice and snow cover.
The real Richard, the truth behind the Tudor lies
University of Leicester confirms 15th-century remains of King Richard III, the last Plantagenet monarch.
Historic Battle on Snowshoes to be re-created
Reenactors at Fort Ticonderoga will play the roles of Rogers' Rangers, French soldiers and Native Americans at the living history day on Feb. 23.
History author looks at leaders of War of 1812
Retired Army Col. David Fitz-Enz has penned a new book, "Hacks, Sycophants, Adventurers & Heroes," which looks at 25 military commanders during the War of 1812.
Educator to share what he's learned for King Commemoration
Sanford Coakley didn't realize he played a big role in civil-rights progress when he started fourth grade at an all-white school.
- Clayburg memoir captures indomitable spirit When Elizabeth Buckley Waldron's husband, James, died in 1934, she continued to run the family business and raised five children on her own.
Faithful church founder remembered
The Battle of Plattsburgh Association seeks funds to restore grave of first Presbyterian minister.
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