A nice move by a local orthodontists's office to help kids who need braces and, of course in the process, their parents. Adirondack Orthodontics is teaming up with the non-profit "Smiles Changes Lives" to provide up to 25 area kids in need, with braces and years of follow-up exams. And it's all free of charge.
Doctors say most of the participants will probably be 11 to 13-years-old because kids that age are often at the point where serious orthodontic work could make a permanent difference. To be considered, families should visit adirondackorthodontics.com.
A high school senior had a really, really good Friday night. First, she was crowned Homecoming Queen. Then, she suited up for the football game and kicked the game winning field goal in overtime.
It was her third field goal of the night. She scored more than half of her teams points in the game. Afterwards she posted a picture of her wearing her football gear and her crown.