North Country vacationers travel the world with their papers. Click on photo at right to open a gallery slideshow.
Fashion Briefs: May 19, 2013
Fashion Show set for May 29.
A mother's love isn't always easy
While the North Country has many women who will be celebrated on Mother's Day, one special woman was the backbone of an Adirondack town, famous and successful businessman, and family.
Commissioner of Child and Family Services retires
Jay T. LePage steps down after heading one of the busiest agencies in Clinton County for the past 17 years. He will be replaced by John Redden, deputy commissioner.
Police work can be unpredictable
Press-Republican reporter, photographer ride along with Plattsburgh City Police to get a feel for officers' job. INCLUDES VIDEO
Professor writes about new language of love
Elizabeth Cohen, an assistant professor at SUNY Plattsburgh, explores online dating in her first fiction book.
Book Briefs: April 28, 2013
Lake Placid Book Club meets Monday; Book club to discuss 'Defending Jacob'
The trans-Atlantic legacy of Playford
Adirondack English Country Dancers find exercise, community and challenges in 17th century social dances.
First glimpses of spring hint at sandal season
Sandals are already a possibility in Plattsburgh with waves of warmer weather.
Akwesasne casino and bingo sites merge
After nine years of patience, planning and construction, the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Resort has developed into an all-inclusive destination on the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation with about 1.6 million visitors a year. INCLUDES VIDEO
A birthplace celebrates 100 years
Hodson Hall, the former Saranac Lake General Hospital, still tied to a tradition of healing.
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