Champlain Valley News Local 22 and Local 44 NY News New York | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY Walking to defeat ALS in Burlington People and dogs marched in Burlington on Saturday with the mission of beating the terminal degenerative disease ALS on their minds. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Vermont artist paints cows with a message MONTPELIER, VT – “In a world where there is so much hate, we wanna throw race and gender all that aside and remind people Vermont Symphony Orchestra music director will step down The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is about to kick off its 2019-2020 season. However, just as it marks a beginning, it’s also marking the upcoming House democrats reveal a new plan to lower prescription plans WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) – Republicans on Capitol Hill are reacting to a new House Democratic plan to lower prescription drug prices. Hours after Speaker Pelosi At The Box Office: Brittany Runs a Marathon Julia Swift, assistant professor at Champlain College and Rotten Tomatoes critic, reviews the new movie “Brittney Runs a Marathon” starring Jillian Bell, Michaela Watkins, Local ABC 22 and Local Fox 44 Local News | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY Vermont 1 of 23 states suing over emissions standards MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan says the state is one of 23 states suing to stop the Trump administration from Vt. National Guard honors local POW The Vermont National Guard held a special ceremony at Camp Johnson in Colchester Friday, as a salute to the men and women who were Vermonters join global strike for climate change As climate strikes take place all over the world Friday, Vermonters have joined in to make their voices heard in demanding action. “The climate Vermonters Join Global Climate Strikes BURLINGTON, VT – In the largest-ever climate demonstrations in the Green Mountain state, hundreds of Vermonters walked out of work and school on Friday. Police investigating human remains found in Searsburg Vermont State Police are investigating the discovery of human remains in the town of Searsburg. Police responded to a report that a person had found Sun Community News Bicycling habits around city raise concerns PLATTSBURGH | The City of Plattsburgh has been receiving some complaints from residents regarding bicycling in the city. The complaints mainly focus on bicyclists riding Behavioral Health Services North (BHSN) hosts “TALK” CLINTON COUNTY | September is suicide awareness month. Clinton County is hosting multiple lectures and events through multiple sources to raise awareness of suicide City Council approves scoping document PLATTSBURGH | The City of Plattsburgh Common Council approved the final scoping document for the Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI). Animal control bill passed PLATTSBURGH | The City of Plattsburgh Common Council passed the recently updated “Dogs and Cats at Large” bill, introduced by Councilor Peter Ensel last Celebrating an Adirondack Harvest WESTPORT | In its fourth year, Adirondack Harvest Festival returns to Essex County Fairgrounds with an entire realm set up for children.