Press-Republican goes global
Readers carried their newspapers to vacation destinations far and wide as part of the annual Newspaper on Vacation Contest
View Photos: Take the P-R on vacation
North Country vacationers travel the world with their papers.
Local kids talk costumes and candy
Instead of sweets, 3-year-old Kaydence Stanley recommends people hand out "chicken shaped like Kit Kats" this Halloween. INCLUDES VIDEO
Hair-raising activity along Lake Champlain
Para-historian Thea Lewis explores ghosts and legends between the Adirondacks and Green Mountains in her new Haunted America series book.
Book Briefs: Oct. 28, 2012
Best-selling author to read from novel; Storytime to celebrate drumming; Church book sale to benefit mission projects.
- Mohawk maiden declared a saint today Hundreds of Catholics from the St. Regis Mohawk Indian Reservation at Akwesasne are in Rome today to witness Pope Benedict XVI canonize Kateri Tekawitha and six others in St. Peter's Square.
Food stamp usage rising in the North Country
Number of people using the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is on the rise nationally as well as across the North Country.
Paratrooper visits NAC students
The children had corresponded with Sgt. Kelsie Bradish-Flowers when she was deployed to Afghanistan with the U.S. Army. INCLUDES VIDEO
New park offers something for whole community
New Footbridge Park called a gem in Elizabethtown.
The wood that binds
L. Post Rustics of AuSable Forks is a family enterprise, producing custom-made Andirondack rustic furniture, cabinetry, architectural detailing and faux painting.
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