MOORE - Funeral services for Leone H. Moore , 91, formerly of Ellenburg Center, who died Jan. 14, at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Utica, N.Y., were held at 11 a.m., Jan. 19, at the Ellenburg Center Methodist Church, with Rev. Gary Rhodenhamel officiating. Music was provided by Peter Cadieux. Pallbearers were Mike Lacey, Juliano Febo, Evan, Ryan, Daniel and Colin Moore. Readings were done by her grandchildren, Michaela Lacey, Juliano Febo and Evan Moore. Family remarks were given by Evan Moore and Juliano Febo. Spring burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, in Ellenburg Center. Arrangements were with the Chateaugay Funeral Home.
Testimony: Rennie blood on Rivers's jeans
In a third day of the manslaughter trial, forensic evidence shows blood on jeans, sneakers.
Move afoot to explore city-manager idea
Plattsburgh businessman Neil Fessette has raised the idea of investigating the possibility of changing the form of government from a strong-mayor type to a city-manager system with a ceremonial mayor.
Town housing project approved
The Homestead on Ampersand includes 64 apartments in four buildings on both sides of Ampersand Drive in the Town of Plattsburgh.
Champlain Bridge lights getting fixed
It's not yet known whether the state or the subcontractor who installed the lighting will pay the bill.
Busy border expected this weekend
Border Protection offers advice for smoother crossings.
Sister support comes on strong
Despite many medical issues, including cancer and uncontrollable seizures, Tausha Henry is bolstered emotionally by her sister, Stephanie Boardman, who has created a nonprofit to help with medical and other costs.
Wilder Farm opens Saturday
This year's activities include a Children's Art Show, and the August grand opening of a one-room schoolhouse may include an appearance by two actors from TV's "Little House on the Prairie."
Of Interest: May 24, 2013
Take a brief look at news of note around the North Country.
- Community Calendar: May 24, 2013 A look at upcoming events, meals, talks, meetings and more.
Sentences handed down in Franklin County Court
Drugs, DWIs, strangulation among the cases handled by Judge Main.
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