Plattsburgh, NY, Jun 07, 2010 — No rest for the weary gardeners! This time of year, it's all about getting things really set for the growing season. The vegetable seeds and transplants go in. The perennials are divided. The mulch goes down. The trellises are back in place, and fences are mended. But it's not quite all about anticipation...there's some clean-up to be done, too. Cornell Cooperative Extension horticulturist Amy Ivy has tips on daffodils, tulips and all those volunteers.
(05/16/2014) State officials say a former town book-keeper in Altona in Clinton County embezzled $23,500 of taxpayer money. The alleged wrong-doing was found in an audit released yesterday by the New York State Comptroller's office.