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  • Brewing Ancient Egyptian Beer December 11, 2018
    In Plattsburgh, an ancient technology course is brewing beer, to get a sense of what life was like back in Ancient Egypt.The beer, which took two weeks to create was brewed using techniques and ingredients that ancient Egyptians would have used to brew beer, with limited modern day technology.“The whole idea is to get a […]
  • Plattsburgh Salvation Army: 43,000 dollars off of seasonal fundraising goal December 11, 2018
    The Salvation Army in Plattsburgh is struggling for the second consecutive year to meet its donation goal. The non-profit relies heavily on the money raised from its Red Kettle Drive to get through the year.The goal is 80,000 dollars raised by the end of the holiday season.So far the bell ringers have raised nearly 37,000 […]
  • US House bill would tighten regulation of modified limousines December 11, 2018
    A trio of US House members from New York want to tighten federal regulation of retrofitted limousines like the one that crashed in Schoharie County in October, killing 20 people.Republican Reps. John Faso and Elise Stefanik and Democrat Rep. Paul Tonko have introduced a bill to close a loophole that allows expanded or modified limousines to avoid compliance […]
  • Essex County, NY, yoters approve merger of school districts December 5, 2018
    Two school districts in Essex County, New York will merge next year.Voters in the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School District and the Westport Central School District approved the proposed merger at the polls Tuesday.Westport voters approved the merger, 309 to 185, and Elizabethtown-Lewis voters gave it an even more resounding 'yes' vote, 402 to 46, said Champlain […]
  • Clinton County Christmas Bureau launches annual mission to serve December 4, 2018
    For years now, Tammy has spent the days and nights between Thanksgiving and Christmas executing a multi-month plan -- to give gifts needy. On Monday, as empty storefront at the Skyway Plaza in Plattsburgh was being transformed into Santa's Workshop, Perrotte Sears, co-director of The Christmas Bureau, said it's "a community effort.Perrotte Sears says The Christmas Bureau serves 800-1,000 […]

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  • Wreaths laid at Fort Ethan Allen Cemetery to honor fallen veterans December 16, 2018
    Walking through Fort Ethan Allen Cemetery in Colchester Saturday, a sea of wreaths tied with red bows could be seen at the final resting place of Vermont veterans. On the third Saturday of December, wreaths are placed in cemeteries all throughout the country as part of Wreaths Across America. This year, nearly 2 million wreaths were […]
    Courtney Kramer
  • Weather: Quiet overnight, some get icy & snowy tomorrow afternoon December 15, 2018
    We have a quiet Saturday night underway, so no worries when it comes to impactful weather overnight. For this, we can thank an area of high-pressure allowing for smooth sailing on Saturday. But, this will be short lived as we are watching a cluster precipitation move up from the Carolinas. Those showers are associated with […]
    Torrance Gaucher
  • Sobriety checkpoint in Winooski marks beginning of holiday enforcement campaign December 15, 2018
    WINOOSKI, Vt. - Multiple agencies worked together Friday evening in the first of a series of holiday season sobriety checkpoints across Vermont. The checkpoint was located on Route 15 in Winooski.The Chittenden County S.H.A.R.P. Team partnered with the Vermont Governor's Highway Safety Program and the NHTSA as part of the national Drive Sober or Get […]
    Devin Bates
  • Weather: Mild & quiet weekend (12/14/2018) December 15, 2018
     Friday night, wind, rain and snow showers continue over the North Country with little to no accumulation and little to no impact. Rain may be a little heavy at times but most will be light. Meanwhile, overnight temps will be in the mid 30s. Most rain/snow will be gone long before sunrise, setting the stage for […]
    Sean Parker
  • High turnout in first of several expungement clinics in Vermont December 15, 2018
    WINOOSKI, Vt. - More than 60 people sought to have their old criminal charges dismissed Friday afternoon in the first of a series of expungement clinics hosted by Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan.Working with Vermont Legal Aid and the Chittenden County State's Attorneys Office, Donovan and others from the Attorney General's Office were able to […]
    Devin Bates

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