NAmTrans: A Support System for North Country Transportation Companies

In the three years since Joel Wood graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh with degrees in Economics and Political Science, he has been busy. Wood spent nearly four years working for Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, a position he started as an intern while still in college. Later he became her constituent liaison, helping district residents with federal agency read more


Georgia-Pacific has made a large donation of paper products to United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc. This donation includes over 3,000 cases and approximately 144,000 rolls of Quilted Northern Ultra Plush® bath tissue, which was manufactured here at Georgia-Pacific’s Plattsburgh Mill. This large donation will be available to area non-profits through United Way and read more

Another Reason To Visit Downtown

Entering Ashley HomeStore in the charming, historic Marshall’s Hardware building at 84 Margaret Street, Plattsburgh, is like arriving at your dream home. Furniture in each section of the multi-level store is grouped by decorating collections and arranged into open-concept rooms. A living room featuring a modern farmhouse style—complete with artwork, clocks, pottery, and framed photographs—beckons read more

Major Changes to New York’s Harassment Laws Make Administrative Claims More Likely

On Monday, August 12, 2019, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a major expansion of the state’s workplace harassment and anti-discrimination laws. The amendments continue to expand employer obligations to prevent and prohibit all forms of harassment based on protected characteristics. The mandatory sexual harassment and discrimination training, together with headline news around the country read more